Who We Are
Kenco Hospitality was founded in 1994 with a goal of providing the very finest window treatments and top of the bed product available in the hospitality industry.
Beginning, in a modest location in Hollywood, Florida we manufactured quilted bedspreads for the hospitality industry, and our growth has been consistent from the beginning always striving to fill the needs of our clients by continued growth.
From the beginning we have provided the integral parts including field measure, manufacturing, and the installation of the finished product throughout the U.S. as well as the Caribbean. In 2006 we began our fabric offerings which included blackouts, sheers, shades and eventually adding the printing to the mix.
Our efforts have always been focused on the devotion to the client needs, over the years we’ve made every effort to fill the voids that we felt clients sought
That continued with the fabric additions and has grown from our basic product offerings in the beginning, to the many offerings we provided today. We’ve always focused on providing multiple textile products within the guestroom or public area.
In 2016 we moved to our present location in Ft Lauderdale which allowed us the flexibility to add printed product in house. We started with sublimation printing where we produced paper and heat transferred design to fabric. This process left us with a void that we needed to fill when roller shades became a very important commodity for many health and hospitality projects. We did fill that need and moved forward with direct digital wide format printing which allows us to provide printing on a variety of substrates.
Kenco Hospitality's commitment to ensure the safety of its workforce and the consumers of its products – always with an eye on protecting our environment. Following a best practices protocol, Kenco Hospitality recycles, reuses, and regenerates as much as possible. Kenco Hospitality takes great pride in finding Green Certified materials. The company continuously looks for creative ways to achieve sustainability, from its textile fabrication processes to office recycling.