Could Cherry Tree homes be the best new builds in Lincolnshire?
There’s something special happening at Cherry Tree Homes’ latest two developments in the Lincolnshire villages of Cherry Willingham and Langworth.
By including features like super-strength plasterboard, magnetic walls and soundproofing for modern families, Cherry Tree Homes is able to offer something home buyers can’t get on any other development in the region.
Family run Cherry Tree Homes has always believed in building above and beyond building regulations to give home buyers that extra special something when they buy a new house. And with these two new developments, the owners of Cherry Tree homes have taken homeowner needs to another level. Working with British Gypsum, their new houses incorporate innovative products like super-strength Gyproc Habito plasterboard, appropriate soundproofing for modern living and Thistle Magnetic Plaster to give interactive magnetic walls.
“We’re the only house builder in this region using all these innovative products to give home buyers the quality they deserve,” explained Gerry Collins, who runs Cherry Tree Homes alongside his brother James. “Using Gyproc Habito super-strength plasterboard means our internal walls are five times stronger than standard, so all the effort of fixing TVs to walls, hanging large mirrors or attaching curtain poles to the wall has been removed. Our homeowners simply need a screwdriver and a woodscrew. And for even more flexibility, we’ve installed magnetic plaster on one of the kitchen and bedroom walls – perfect for picture galleries, encouraging children’s creativity, or adults’, especially when working from home.”
The icing on the cake is the Silent Floor system. “We want the families who buy our homes to feel they can really make the most of life,” continued Gerry. “Silent Floor helps minimise noise transfer between floors, so whatever a family gets up to - quiet hobbies, loud hobbies, whether they’re party-people or quiet-night-in people - they can be sure a Cherry Tree home will meet everyone’s needs.”