Happy Easter From John and Alli Croft at Croft Conservatories
Here at Croft Conservatories in Preston, we would normally be talking about how lovely it is to welcome friends and family into our homes at this time of year for Easter parties and family gatherings. This year will go down in history however as an Easter than none of us have experienced before.
Alli and I are very busy, working hard from our home to design orangeries, conservatories and garden rooms for our customers, ready to be built once the UK is out of lockdown. We are sure our bespoke designs will prove ever more popular now that so many people are experiencing working from home for the first time and realise that they could do with that extra space.
We are also trying to keep four millennial children busy who are currently home from University. We are keeping them engaged by helping us with our social media to keep customers up to date with our news. As always, we are a real family firm! Make sure you follow us across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest to see what they are up to and for your chance to win a new competition to spot rainbows in Croft windows around the Preston, Fulwood, Longridge, Garstang, Chorley, Ribble Valley and wider Lancashire area.
Our wonderful and dedicated construction team are eager to get back to work as soon as it is safe to do so. Thankfully we have a healthy order book of customers desperate for us to get our fully trained craftsmen back to work and fit new doors, windows, conservatories and orangeries as soon as the Government say we are safe to resume working in customers homes.
If you are considering a home improvement later this year, why not give us a call and we will be happy to have a chat on the phone. Free, no obligation quotes and designs, all done virtually from the comfort of your own home can be arranged. We do not need to visit you to give you a price so you have nothing to lose by giving us a call.
This wonderful spring weather is also helping to keep the enquiries coming through as customers imagine how nice it would be to have extra space that links the garden to the home.
The weather is also helping to keep the Croft family spirits up as we decorate our home ready for Easter. Even our chickens are looking appropriately festive while keeping our egg basket fully stocked. No chicks to report but with spring flowers and lambs in nearby fields, it is feeling like an Easter we are all sure to remember.
There are also two other members of our family who are enjoying us being at home. Cromwell and Teasel, our dogs, have never been walked so much and are currently enjoying a well-deserved nap!
Stay home and stay safe.
John and Alli Croft