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Case Study

Haseley Manor

The team at Warwickshire Wooden Floors have been fortunate enough to work on some prestigious developments across Warwickshire and the West Midlands. None more so than the Spitfire Bespoke Homes development of Haseley Manor in Hatton, Warwick.

This magnificent Grade 2 listed building was constructed in 1878 to designs by the architect William Young, for Alfred Hewlett, a coal merchant from Lancashire. Since then, the property has been used to serve the needs of various educational and business institutions until being acquired by Spitfire Bespoke homes in 2018.

The property consists of thirteen apartments and nine, single and terraced homes. All of which have wooden floors. Ranging from Ted Todd, Sandbank & Cortado Herringbone to Woodpecker, Salcombe, click system plank.

Given the age of the main building, the sub-floors often required special attention. Additional ply boarding to smooth existing floors and latex levelling compound applications were used as just some of the methods to ensure that the sub-floors met the high standards of both the products to be installed and Spitfire Homes.

Warwickshire Wooden Floors was involved in the development of Haseley Manor for a period spanning two years and is proud to showcase some of our finest work in such a magnificent building.

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