Busi­ness proud of qual­ity

Sheds have you cov­ered

Isis Town and Country - - Meet The Experts | Advertising Feature -

WHEN it comes to com­mit­ment and qual­ity, RFT Sheds con­tinue to be leaps and bounds ahead of the rest.

Own­ers Mathew and Mara Rogers de­cided to open a shop front for the busi­ness af­ter iden­ti­fy­ing an open­ing in the mar­ket in the re­gion for qual­ity sheds.

Mathew said they see a po­ten­tial to grow and ex­pand the busi­ness as they con­tinue to com­plete qual­ity projects and gain fur­ther mo­men­tum.

“It is very much a fam­ily busi­ness, so peo­ple know they are deal­ing first hand with the peo­ple who own the busi­ness and we en­joy be­ing able to over­see a job from start to fin­ish,” he said.

“We want to make the process as smooth as pos­si­ble for our clients from the ini­tial thought and all the ques­tions that come along with it, the coun­cil cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, the con­crete slab, build­ing the shed and all the ex­tras in­clud­ing so­lar power, land­scap­ing needs and also in­te­rior fix-out.”

When it comes to styles, noth­ing is too big or too small for RFT Sheds who cover the com­mer­cial, in­dus­trial, res­i­den­tial and ru­ral mar­ket.

Mathew ex­plained they can build a shed to fit Mack trucks down to a gar­den shed or a beau­ti­ful Amer­i­can barn that you can move a fam­ily into and en­joy it at the same time.

Mathew’s ex­ten­sive con­struc­tion and con­cret­ing ex­pe­ri­ence en­sures cus­tomers firstly re­ceive ex­pert ad­vice, and then a qual­ity prod­uct.

RFT Sheds can com­plete the en­tire pro­ject, mean­ing cus­tomers are only deal­ing with one trades­per­son.

“I take pride in my work and am con­tin­u­ally striv­ing to im­prove and will not set­tle for un­ex­cep­tional.

“For Mara and I, busi­ness is not just about money.

“It's about lo­cal com­mu­nity and sup­port­ing fel­low small busi­nesses.

“Childers is an amaz­ing town with a huge va­ri­ety of in­dus­tries al­low­ing for growth in all as­pects and ev­ery­one is very sup­port­ive.”

When it comes to pro­vid­ing qual­ity sheds, dis­tance is not an is­sue for the RFT Sheds team.

Their re­cent projects were as far afield as Cler­mont, Lai­d­ley and Glad­stone.

“Lo­cal ru­ral work is some­thing that we re­ally en­joy.

“Hav­ing a Western Queens­land farm­ing back­ground, we re­alise how dif­fi­cult it is to gain qual­ity trades­peo­ple who don't charge through the roof, in ru­ral ar­eas.

“At RFT Sheds we only use Aus­tralian made and this en­sures a stronger, thicker steel and the over­all con­struc­tion is bet­ter qual­ity then im­ported prod­ucts.

“The last thing a cus­tomer wants is a shed that is poorly con­structed as this sets up for a life­time of prob­lems.

“We pride our­selves on sup­port­ing fel­low small busi­nesses, com­mu­nity and us­ing Aus­tralian-made prod­ucts.

“Our main aim is to pro­vide cus­tomers with a per­son­alised, flex­i­ble and qual­ity prod­uct in­clud­ing pa­tios and en­clo­sures, ren­o­va­tions and ex­ten­sions, flash­ing and roof­ing.”

In the end, when cus­tomers sup­port RFT Sheds, they know they are sup­port­ing lo­cal busi­ness, sup­port­ing a fam­ily and of course stim­u­lat­ing the lo­cal econ­omy.

Be­cause RFT Sheds is a fam­ily-run busi­ness, Mat's fa­ther An­drew is the sales man­ager, Mara, is the of­fice man­ager, but you'll oc­ca­sion­ally see her push­ing a wheel­bar­row full of con­crete, while their three chil­dren en­joy dec­o­rat­ing the shop too.

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