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Hot Tub & Swim Spa Scene RETAILER FOCUS


ABOVE: Homewood promotes a high level of integrity, individual involvement and corporate support.


Managing Director, and later went on to become a limited company in October 2012. At the time the company was established, Stuart was running his groundwork and construction business, S J Homewood Ltd.


Due to the demand from Stuart’s clients, asking to upgrade and maintain their swimming pools, a decision was made to establish a showroom and office, within St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex. Homewood Leisure now boasts warehousing facilities, off road parking and a large showroom for displaying up to 12 hot tubs, at any one time.


CLIENT BASE


By running businesses simultaneously Homewood Leisure and S J Homewood are able to provide a unique service to their customers, providing an entire project package, whilst dealing with one point of contact.


“Our customers can visit the showroom, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, with the comfort of off road parking, whilst taking their time, looking around,” explains Trevor. “Our customer base continues to expand, with domestic clients that are looking for a new swimming pool, hot tub or saunas.”


Since joining the business in 2012, Trevor has helped provide additional focus on the company operations and sales, allowing Homewood Leisure to grow into its next chapter. This, combined with the pivotal relocation to a larger showroom in 2014, allows the ability to warehouse stock and display a much larger number of products, within the showroom.


COMMERICAL FOCUS


Homewood Leisure focuses heavily on commercial clients including schools, health and sporting clubs, and holiday parks. With a number of commercial clients using their services, they are able to offer a range of services from H&V installations and upgrades, through to onsite lining, tiling and construction projects.


“Whilst we continue to expand upon our healthy domestic client base, it is our commercial sector where we are experiencing strong growth,” says Trevor. “With local schools, holiday parks and hotels engaging with us to


ABOVE: Since joining the business in 2012, Director Trevor Swanson has helped provide additional focus on the company operations and sales.


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ABOVE: Homewood are celebrating becoming Wellis authorised dealer, adding to their already strong relationship with Elite Spas.


maintain their pools and supply their water treatment product, it is the level of service and attention to detail our customers’ experience, that is bringing new customers into our store. “With an ongoing committment to social responsibility, we have created a culture that promotes honesty and a high level of integrity, encouraging individual involvement and corporate support for local charities and community groups,” he says. “These two fundamentals, combined with the ability to work in partnership on our projects with Stuart’s groundworks and construction company, makes Homewood Leisure an appealing choice, for our customers.”


Homewood Leisure are currently finalising a number of winter pool refurb projects, reducing pool depths, installing onsite liners, chemical dosing units, heating systems and pool copings. They have also recently completed the install of a new heating and ventilation system, for a boutique hotel and day spa, outside of the town of Rye. Homewood Leisure Tel. 01424 883352 www.homewoodleisure.co.uk


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