Media

Times Colonist, March 14 2014

“Three-year-old Ikan Installations, a partnership of a pair of Camosun College carpentry graduates, has been run off its feet since setting up shop and installing its first Ikea kitchen in
2011, and the workload doesn’t seem to be letting up.”

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Nanaimo Daily News, January 8 2014

“A Victoria-based company that specializes in installing IKEA kitchens is expanding into Nanaimo and the mid-Island region.”

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The Navigator, January 2014

“Stubbs said their goal is to make the process “as seamless as possible.” To do that, said Stubbs, the company brings in a designer and the two work with the homeowner to design the kitchen. IKAN then orders the product and puts it together at their shop.

“It’s easier on the homeowner to have us put it together offsite,” said Stubbs. “It’s less mess and less hassle for them.”

Douglas Magazine

Douglas magazine’s 10 to Watch competition recognizes the very best of Greater Victoria’s new businesses – and IKAN was named one of the 10 to watch in 2012.

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Houzz

Houzz.com’s popular article How To Get Your Kitchen Island Lighting Right features 12 of the best lighting designs from Houzz images and included one of IKAN’s own kitchens.

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CHEK TV

Watch an informative 14-minute clip from CHEK Around with Gordie Tupper about IKAN. Owner Kyler Davalovsky talks about kitchen design, IKEA kitchens and what sets IKAN apart.

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Modern Home Victoria Magazine

“Now busier than ever, Kyler Davalovsky from IKAN Installations sat down with MHV to give us the inside scoop on the SEKTION line, which celebrities have used the new line in their kitchens and why it might be the best change IKEA has made.”

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Nanaimo Daily News, Robert Barron, January 8, 2014

“A Victoria-based company that specializes in installing IKEA kitchens is expanding into Nanaimo and the mid-Island region.”

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The Navigator, Blake Deal, January 2014

“Stubbs said their goal is to make the process “as seamless as possible.” To do that, said Stubbs, the company brings in a designer and the two work with the homeowner to design the kitchen. IKAN then orders the product and puts it together at their shop.

“It’s easier on the homeowner to have us put it together offsite,” said Stubbs. “It’s less mess and less hassle for them.”

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