We’ve been collaborating with architects, interior designers and contractors for more than 50 years now, creating flooring solutions that truly do their projects justice. By that, we mean flooring that looks sensational, complements its surroundings and performs flawlessly year after year.
Today, we’re a flourishing firm of 75 skilled specialists with literally centuries of time-served experience between us. Together we’re continuing our heritage in narrow loom carpet manufacturing, but we’re also embracing innovation and new ways of working. We’re even pioneering some of our own.
Much of our work is for the leisure and hospitality sectors, but we have the resources and flexibility to meet almost any flooring challenge. From designing and making a bespoke broad loom carpet through to sourcing the perfect vinyl floor – it’s all in a day’s work at Calderdale. We’re proud members of the CFA, as well as ISO14001 accredited, and this helps serve as welcome assurance of a job well done.
Above all, our reputation is built on a wonderfully simple truth: we make working life easier, smoother and ultimately more profitable for the clients who trust us to help them. That’s why they tend to come back.
Having said this, over the years we’ve fine-tuned and perfected our own unique project management process that we apply to every commission. It’s one that helps to make sure we give you a professional, personalised and seamless service. A service that delivers the desired end results, always on time and on budget.
One of our friendly field-based consultants will visit your premises for an initial conversation about your business and its requirement.
A thorough on-site evaluation comes next, helping us assess, understand and agree the specific aesthetic and functional requirements of your project.
We’ll prepare a tailored brief outlining areas like timescale, budget, and any resources and people that may be required.
If you need help with creative input, we’ll involve our design team at this stage to help you choose or develop the desired style. We’ll use a combination of drawings, samples, mood boards and creative and technical expertise to settle on the final ‘look’ and specification of your products.
Once all the variables have been decided and agreed upon, we’ll seamlessly project manage your job right through to completion.
That’s why there’s far more to working with us than just our high-quality carpets and hard floors. We also put client collaboration at the very heart of our business, and that’s made possible by our team’s unique blend of empathy, enthusiasm and superb communication skills. We know from many decades of experience that it delivers exceptional results.
That’s how we deliver solutions that don’t just work, they work well and they happen smoothly. By taking the time to properly familiarise ourselves with your goals and requirements, we make sure you get:
Wool is the principal raw material we use in our carpets, and it’s a wonderfully natural, recyclable and sustainable one. This is even more the case when it’s produced in locations with plenty of water. It’s handy, then, that the wool we use is from two famously wet countries – New Zealand and right here in the UK. There are other good reasons to use these wools too: our UK wool is particularly warm and hardwearing, whereas New Zealand wool is lighter, whiter and easier to dye. A perfectly balanced 50-50 blend gives us the very best of both worlds.
Back at our carpet mill, we use a voltage optimiser and energy-efficient boiler to help reduce our carbon footprint even further. It shrinks our overheads too, which is great for helping us keep the cost of our products competitive. We also have our own borehole, and that gives us water that’s cleaner, purer and fully sustainable. Last but not least, any waste water we produce is reused or recycled whenever possible.