Why Old Fashioned Values Matter

22nd February 2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , with 0 and 16

How our old fashioned values apply to the craftsmanship of our products, and more besides

Old fashioned values apply to our inframe kitchens and in everything else we do.

Whether we design inframe kitchens or bookshelves, old fashioned values matter in the development and creation of our designs.

Make no mistake: whenever you choose a fully fitted inframe kitchen or floating bookshelves, going for cheap options could be a costly move. When you’re investing in your home, everything has to be just right. The cupboards must shut properly; the shelves should take the weight of the heaviest tomes; and, equally important, they should complement the rest of your chosen room(s). This is where old fashioned values apply to craftsmanship.

Consider this quote by John Ruskin, the famous author and arts critic of Victorian times.

“When we build, let us think that we build for ever.”

This may have been applicable to buildings. With A.D. Woodcraft, this is equally applicable to our creations. Here’s a similar one:

“Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort.”

In our case, it is the combination of old fashioned values at all stages. From the free quote to your completed project.

How our old fashioned values apply to customer service

We at A.D. Woodcraft pride ourselves on a job that is well done, irrespective of its complexity. Our old fashioned values extend to fair dealings. Each quote is agreed between us and the customer. Where necessary, credit account payment plans may be agreed as well as debit and credit card or bank transfer transactions.

No corners are cut. You will never see us running out on the job, nor will we skimp on the materials. We will choose a time that works around your needs and all our dealings are transparent. Courtesy and respect also form part of our old fashioned values.

Whatever the technology or any other changes they throw at us, the old school values of craftsmanship and courtesy will stand the test of time. Forever.

A.D. Woodcraft, 22 February 2017.

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