Forde Group Underfloor Heating Contractors Move to New Premises
February 17, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsForde, the specialist installer of low-energy heating systems and screed floors, has moved to new premises in Wath upon Dearne, near Rotherham. The company has also opened a new final flooring division to meet demand from clients, helping to expand and bolster its successful underfloor heating and popular renewable technology business. For more information, visit www.forde-group.co.uk.
Forde's areas of expertise and experience include the MCS Accredited installation of Air Source Heat Pumps; underfloor heating solutions for residential and business properties; floor screeding; and now final floor coverings, too. The new flooring division will provide customers with all-round installations of underfloor heating solutions, right down to the carpet, hard wood and vinyl flooring, over their renowned underfloor heating and screed systems. The chief reason for the expansion is to provide peace of mind to clients by offering a full warranty and complete responsibility, from floor slab to final floor covering – something that has frequently been requested in the past.
'Our aim, as ever, is to deliver a quality, durable product that will offer our clients value for money and peace of mind knowing that they commissioned the right contractor for their requirements,' said Anthony Hoe, Forde Managing Director. 'Having had so many clients request for us to install the final floor covering, it absolutely makes sense that we fulfill that demand. We will bring to this new branch of the business the same ethos from all the established divisions within Forde, meaning that delivering the same quality service will be paramount.'
Although based in South Yorkshire, Forde work throughout the United Kingdom and within all sectors of the construction industry. They now offer full design, consultation and installations of underfloor heating, floor screeds, final floor coverings and are proud MCS accredited installers of Air Source Heat pumps.