The new ‘fingerprint’ logo incorporating the tagline “We Know a Touch More” was launched at our annual conference on June 7th. The rebrand realigns the Warmafloor corporate identity with our key values and core services. The stylised fingerprint reinforces the tailor-made, bespoke approach that we bring to each of the projects we work on, large or small, domestic or commercial. The vibrant colours reflect the company’s dynamism and optimism for future growth.
Addressing the audience at the brand launch, Mark Johnstone, Head of Business Development, said:
“This marks an exciting new phase in the development of the Warmafloor business. For 30 years we have been at the forefront of satisfying our customers with products and services that meet and exceed requirements.
Our reputation within the industry, and among our peers, has grown immensely and it’s been down to the hard work and commitment of all our people. Now, with his new branding, we are focusing on providing total turnkey solutions for all our clients. The new identity reflects the dynamic structure of the company, our commitment to quality and service and to providing cost-effective and sustainable solutions wherever we operate.”
The rebrand process included feedback from our existing customers. Our Marketing Manager, Bex Hartlebury, says:
“The response we received was that our old branding didn’t truly reflect the nature of our business. Our customers see us as a complete solution provider rather than just a supplier and we wanted our new brand to reflect our expertise.”
As part of the Warmafloor rebrand we have launched this new website and we hope you are enjoying browsing through the information it provides.
We providing a total, end-to-end solution including design, supply and installation for surface heating and cooling and complete more than 500 installations per year. Over the last 30 years, we have provided solutions at prestigious landmark buildings including the British Museum, the Mary Rose Museum, the National Gallery and Portcullis House. Typical contracts include large industrial buildings, museums, offices, hospitals, schools, universities, leisure centres, hotels, government buildings, libraries and large apartment buildings.