About Homeseeker, Your Number One Park Homes & Holiday Lodge Manufacture
Homeseeker has been manufacturing high quality, well-built park homes since 1987. Based in Rushden, Northants, the company is now part of the SEK Manufacturing Ltd Group.
Led by Silvano Geranio, Eric Jones and Keith Hanger, SEK Manufacturing group has a proven and successful track record in manufacturing, refurbishment, sales and marketing, customer service and finance.
Homeseeker has an enviable reputation for manufacturing well-crafted and intelligently-designed park homes and leisure lodges. All our models are constructed from the finest materials by our experienced and talented workforce, using leading edge manufacturing processes. All are fitted out with top brand appliances and all offer a generous range of décor options.
As a result, we have a huge range of design and size options to suit any budget, lifestyle and individual requirements. The facilities at our head office in Rushden include a purpose built, world-class factory for the production of all our leisure lodges and park homes. Our Rushden site also contains a beautifully-landscaped outdoor sales centre with a growing line-up of models on display together with all the customer facilities you require.
"The thing I like about Homeseeker is the thoroughly professional set-up. The dedicated state-of-the-art factory is impressive and that shows in the quality of the homes. I think Homeseeker sets the standards for the way things should be in the whole industry and certainly the homes fit perfectly with our expectations" Charles Birch, Managing Director, Birchs.
Phil Brierley at York House Leisure said of the SEK team; “I have always found the directors to be trustworthy, reliable and passionate about the product and services that they offer. This ethos is passed down through all areas of the business and I look forward to our fruitful, friendly and professional relationship continuing to flourish in the forthcoming years.”
Homeseeker Park & Leisure Homes
Express Business Park
Rushden NN10 6GL