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Fibre-bonded carpets – the best of both worlds

In News by Jack Eustace

When it comes to the world of commercial carpets, there are a host of manufacturing methods that can be used to create a final product.  One such method is fibre-bonding, which Heckmondwike uses to manufacture its carpets for the commercial sector. It’s a process that has stood the test of time and produces carpets and carpet tiles that are extremely …

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We know what we did this summer

In News by Jack Eustace

For many, summer, and in particular, the school holidays, present the chance to unwind for a week or two and maybe even to take a well earned holiday, whether it’s a staycation in the UK or somewhere farther afield. However, the opposite is true for Heckmondwike, as when it comes to summer, operations are gearing up for one of the …

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Last chance to win a bespoke logo mat

In News by Jack Eustace

Throughout summer, Heckmondwike, a market-leading UK manufacturer of fibre-bonded carpets, has been running a competition to win a bespoke logo mat, with the draw taking place in early September. The competition has been running from June and will end on 31st August, so there is not much time left if you would like to be in with a chance of …

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An apprentice update

In News by Jack Eustace

Earlier this year, Heckmondwike, a market-leading UK manufacturer of fibre-bonded carpets, announced the sponsorship of an apprentice across its National Floorcoverings Ltd group of companies. The Group is working in partnership with one of its long-standing customers, Hillside Contracts to provide support to trainee floor layer, Kai Linton. More information about Kai and the reasons for the company’s sponsorship, can …

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Willmott Dixon and Heckmondwike partner to support Guide Dog centre

In News by Jack Eustace

Heckmondwike, a market-leading UK manufacturer of fibre-bonded carpets, has assisted a Willmott Dixon initiative to support a guide dog centre in Leamington Spa. The company has provided 15 square metres of its specialist entrance and transition carpet, Diamond, in Charcoal, free of charge. The carpet has been installed to the reception area of the site by local flooring contractor Westcotes …

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Two new faces at Heckmondwike

In News by Jack Eustace

Heckmondwike, a UK-leading manufacturer of fibre-bonded heavy contract carpet and carpet tiles, including its market-leading Supacord range, has recently made two appointments to its team of area sales managers. Martyn Grove and Mike Sanders have joined the company to manage the South West and North West regions respectively. Both acquisitions have significant knowledge of the flooring sector, having worked for …

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Heckmondwike Goes Green

In News by Jack Eustace

Heckmondwike, the market-leading UK manufacturer of commercial fibre bonded carpets, has supported one of its customers in the education sector by joining their environmental project. Led by UK & Ireland Sales Manager, Bob Mortimer, Heckmondwike donated and planted a number of trees, via the support of the Woodland Trust, at St Leonards Church of England Primary School in Banbury, Oxfordshire. …

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Getting the right carpet for apartment communal areas

In News by Jack Eustace

When developing new apartment complexes, or refurbishing an existing residence, a key consideration is how to create communal areas that serve a purpose, look atheistically pleasing and stand the test of time. A crucial part of that is the carpet. As Heckmondwike FB is one of the UK-leading manufacturers of fibre-bonded heavy contract carpet and carpet tiles, the company has …

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Supporting the future of flooring

In News by Jack Eustace

Heckmondwike FB, a market leading manufacturer of heavy contract commercial carpets, is supporting the future of flooring industry by sponsoring an apprentice across its National Floorcoverings Ltd group of companies.  The company is working alongside Hillside Contracts, a flooring contractor in Leicester to provide assistance to Kai Linton, a trainee floor layer. Having started his course in September 2018, Kai …

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A fresh look for Easter

In News by Jack Eustace

Teachers, students and all those working in the education sector are counting down the days until the Easter holidays in April, with the chance to get some well-deserved time off and to start planning for the next term. However, within the education industry, Easter can be the perfect time to think about what needs freshening up in classrooms and communal …