Hard flooring adds a clean, fresh look to your home. It’s practical and decorative, easy to look after and looks good year after year.
Hard flooring is easy to clean, which is perfect for people with allergies, as dust, mites, mould, pollen and animal hair are less likely to build up on hard floors. It’s tough and wears well.
Free samples of the majority of our flooring ranges are available in our showroom, and we offer a complete flooring service that takes care of everything from free measuring and estimating through to fitting.
Engineered wood is strong, stable and you can achieve a clean, sharper finish.
It’s made of layers of wood boards glued together and topped with a layer of timber. From beech to cherry, oak to walnut – we can provide you with many different wood finishes.
Underfloor heating is not usually considered suitable for solid wood flooring, but it’s fine for engineered wood as is has good resistance to heat, as well as being resistant to warping, buckling and cracking, even during seasonal variations in both temperature and humidity.
Quality laminate flooring is a great choice for the modern household as it is strong, low maintenance and reasonably prices.
The words ‘laminate flooring’ have a bad name with the general public, because of the DIY sheds and marketing in the early years of its launch.
Customers were not educated on how laminate can be finished to a high standard, and therefore the overall appearance of the finished floor was poor and prone to chipping easily during installation.
Even now, when we mention these words in store, our customers tend to shy away from it until we inform them about how many advantages good-quality laminate flooring offers.
Our advice is to buy a quality brand, which is usually made from HDF (High Density Fibreboard) and has the Uniclic® locking system which is revolutionary and effortlessly clicks the planks together. Some brands even have waterproof and scratchproof technology!
LUXURY VINYL TILE
Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) are an excellent alternative to natural materials and can be used anywhere in the house.
LVT flooring is made from Polyvinyl Chloride or PVC, which is what gives it that extra strength. The difference between LVT and normal vinyl is that they are sold as individual tiles – this means that you can choose how you want to lay out your floor.
They’re designed to be tough, durable, hygienic and easy to clean, and so are ideal for kitchens and bathrooms.