An Ashford-based property preservation company won an industry accolade at a national trade body awards, with help from specialists across the county.
South East Timber and Damp took the Website of the Year (Small Company) title at the Property Care Association’s annual Best Practice awards event, held at The Slate, University of Warwick.
Headed up by husband and wife team, Dean and Annabelle Webster, South East Timber and Damp, based in Brook Street, Woodchurch, specialises in damp proofing, wood preservation and waterproofing.
Annabelle said: “This has been a big project for us. We launched our new site www.timberanddamp.co.uk after 12 months of planning and designing, and we then spent three months developing and improving it further.
“We are over the moon that all the blood, sweat and even some tears have paid off.
“We have had a fantastic team of specialists from across the county helping us achieve our vision, Digital Beans Canterbury, The Design Practice Maidstone and Sharp Minds Communications in Tunbridge Wells, and it has been a pleasure to work with them.
“It’s a true Kent achievement.”
Leo Finnett and Lee Richardson from South East Timber and Damp collected the accolade from Stephen Hodgson, Chief Executive of the PCA. Stephen said: “The judges said that this website jumped out to them as reflecting a personable and trustworthy team and the branding was clean, fresh and consistent throughout.”
“A record number of entries were received for the PCA Best Practice awards this year and it was a great achievement to take this award.”