The feat was achieved last May when orders for the business owners topped £100,000 - the first time this has happened to four franchisees of the kitchen makeover specialist at the same time.
Dream Doors Poole reported sales of £120,857, while Dream Doors Oxford’s takings hit £139,381.
In addition, franchisees in Croydon/Bromley and Southampton achieved £102,089 and £102,762 respectively.
OVER THE MOON
“Were over the moon,” Dream Doors Southampton owner Sean Hebdon says (pictured with wife Katie).
“This business just gets better and better.
“Fortunately we have all the facilities and established procedures in place to cope with such a surge of business.”
Dream Doors’ founder and managing director Troy Tappenden says: “Our online strategy generates the largest chunk of leads and sales, but franchisees’ own local marketing is slicker than ever.
“Dream Doors is a powerful brand, with a concept that appeals to a wide range of home owners.
“But I would definitely say the economy has played its part as well.
“There’s much more optimism out there right now and we have the fastest growing economy in the Western world.
“People are spending and that is reflected in our turnover.”