“These three awards are particularly meaningful because they’re in categories that directly affect the public’s experience with us." Ashley Sheaffer, Principal, KBF Design Gallery
MAITLAND, Fla. (PRWEB) October 06, 2022
Central Florida home design and remodeling firm, KBF Design Gallery, earned three top awards at The Greater Orlando Building Association (GOBA) 2022 Major Achievement Award ceremony. The annual award ceremony is GOBA’s celebration of the association's top performers. KBF took home the awards for Best Showroom, Best Social Media, and Best Website.
KBF’s principals, Ashley Sheaffer and Adam Vellequette, were on hand to accept the awards. “These three awards are particularly meaningful because they’re in categories that directly affect the public’s experience with us. We believe that every interaction with our firm – whether it’s direct or indirect – should be valuable to them,” states Sheaffer. “Absolutely,” adds Vellequette. “Whether you’re simply looking for design ideas and tips or you’ve hired our firm to create your dream home, we want every interaction with our brand to be cutting edge and inspiring.”
Visitors to KBF’s Maitland showroom can explore thousands of products on display including high-quality cabinetry, floor coverings, kitchen and bathroom fixtures, décor, cabinetry hardware, and more, all arranged in a visually appealing space. Many of these products are tagged with a QR code that can be scanned to reveal that product as it looks in a recent KBF remodel, providing the visitor with an interactive experience and a better idea of each material as it would look in a professionally-designed space.
The firm's social media accounts, including Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Pinterest, provide an opportunity for the firm to engage, entertain, and educate their thousands of followers with original content presented in a variety of ways. Through photos, videos, reels, and stories, they share their company culture, latest designs and remodels, project progressions, before and after shots, designer tips and tricks, and the latest inspiration and innovations in home design and remodeling.
KBF's website provides a user-friendly experience and a balanced mix of engaging text, stunning images, and professionally-shot videos. The website is designed to provide home remodeling inspiration, answer many of the questions users have about home remodeling, and explain the firm’s unique design-to-build process. The most-frequently visited pages are the project portfolio pages, where users can browse before and after photo galleries of over sixty-five of the firm’s recent remodels including kitchens, bathrooms, home offices, laundry rooms, entertainment centers, fireplaces and entire homes.
KBF Design Gallery offers comprehensive design-to-build services for all interior spaces and home additions, as well as stand-alone interior design service. Their award-winning design showroom is located at 1295 South Orlando Avenue in Maitland, Florida, and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. To schedule an appointment or speak with a member of the design team, please call 407-830-7703.
To learn more about KBF Design Gallery, head to KBFDesignGallery.com and follow the company on social media:
ABOUT KBF DESIGN GALLERY
KBF is a family-owned firm that has redesigned and remodeled thousands of homes in Central Florida. The firm’s team approach to design and remodeling and their client-centric business model set them apart from other design-to-build firms. Whether you plan on remodeling your entire home or just a single interior space, the KBF team will bring your dream home to life.
ABOUT THE GREATER ORLANDO BUSINESS ASSOCIATION (GOBA)
The Greater Orlando Builders Association (GOBA) is the authority, educator, and promoter of the housing and building industry serving more than 700 members. Since 1953, GOBA has served the construction industry in Seminole, Orange and Osceola Counties including its cities. The association’s purpose is to represent and promote the building industry, encourage higher standard practices through education, monitor and take a proactive role in governmental and regulatory activities that impact the construction industry within Greater Orlando, as well as at the State and National levels.