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THE YEAR 2016 AWARD Toolstation, supplier of trade and home improvement products, has been shortlisted for the Which? Retailer of the Year category in the 2016 Which? Awards, after receiving top customer satisfaction scores in their surveys throughout the year.

Like previous years, the 10th annual Which? Awards recognise the very best businesses in the UK, rewarding those that drive positive change for their customers.

Toolstation was shortlisted after consistently achieving high scores in the consumer champion’s vigorous consumer surveys and tests, which asks for consumers’ feedback on several elements of the company’s customer service, including delivery times and affordability, on a range of products and services.

This follows Toolstation achieving the highly regarded Which? Recommended Provider status in the 2015 online retailers survey for the DIY and Decorating product category and coming third overall in the consumer champions survey of best online shops. Toolstation was the only retailer in the DIY and Decorating category to achieve five star ratings for delivery and price, with customers praising the fast and free delivery service on orders over £10. Online visitors were also impressed with stock levels and the easy-to-use website.

John Meaden, Director of Marketing at Toolstation, said: “We are extremely pleased to be shortlisted in the Which? Retailer of the Year category at this year’s Which? Awards.

“After recently becoming a Which? Recommended Provider for the second year and topping the DIY and Decorating category in the online shop survey for the third year running, it’s another great endorsement for our low prices and services, which are important to our customers. We’ve made a number of improvements to our website so it’s great to hear that these have been well received.”

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Design of the Year to the award for Innovation in Yarn Development.

Brintons was awarded Woven Carpet Design Installation of the Year award for its 1930s inspired designs that it created for the renowned Mayfair- based restaurant and late night venue, Quaglino’s.

Brintons supplied a striking custom carpet featuring geometric designs for the restaurant to compliment the period’s style of its multimillion pound refurbishment project. The carpet was installed throughout the restaurant and staircase, featuring a dramatic linear style to reflect the Art Deco influence of the interiors.

Royal Warrant holder, Brintons, has been awarded the Woven Carpet Design Installation of the Year Award for its Art Deco inspired carpets at Quaglino’s.

Celebrating quality, style and innovation, the Campaign for Wool’s International Wool Carpet and Rug Awards was launched for the first time at this year’s Wool Floor Show in London.

Hosted on the 23rd March at London’s Stamford Bridge, the awards included 14 different categories, ranging from Rug

Sarah Draper, Commercial Marketing Manager for Brintons, said: “We are really honoured to have received such a fantastic award from such a renowned industry figure, Campaign for Wool.

“Working with Quaglino’s to create such a stunning Art Deco design was a fantastic experience and we are delighted for our work to have been recognised with such a prestigious award.”

Brintons was at the Wool Floor Show with its latest commercial collection, QuickWeave, which offers a shorter turnaround time and is ideal for clients who are working on projects where timing is of the essence.

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