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7 Reasons Why You Should Install Wood Flooring On Stairs

G Stair Nosing 20mm Floor

Here are 7 reasons reasons why you should install wood flooring on stairs. Installing wood flooring on stairs adds value to your home. While choosing flooring for your house can be fairly straightforward, stairs can be a little more difficult. For installation I would always recommend using a professional floor fitter or carpenter. What about […]

Why Grey Flooring Remains The Trendy Flooring Option

Why Grey Flooring Remains The Trendy Flooring Option

One of the most popular and trendy floors today is grey flooring. Grey hue is intensely versatile and available in quality warm and cool shades. Being a neutral range, grey offers every home owner endless decor possibilities so will go with any coloured walls and will add class and value to your home.  This tops […]

Tips Before Installing A Floating Engineered Wood Floor

Floating Installations Engineered wood flooring is generally suitable for laying over water-fed underfloor heating systems. Please contact your supplier for technical information prior to laying. PRE-INSTALLATION We recommend a professional floor fitter install your engineered wood floor, these will have the necessary measuring equipment. To keep the wood in excellent condition it is imperative that […]

Pros And Cons Of Engineered Wood Flooring

189mm Clay Grey Engineered Oak Flooring Brushed & Matt Lacquered

Few flooring options can match the popularity of wood flooring! It seems like everyone wants it and if they can’t get it they want flooring that at least imitates the look of it. Hardwood flooring is undeniably stylish and as a timeless look to it so it’s easy to see why it is so popular. […]

Fitting Solid Wood Flooring

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Installation – Solid Wood Flooring The fitting of Solid real wood flooring is usually better left to a professional floor fitter, but if you are competent at DIY then you should have no problem. Having the right tools makes the job easier, but the basic tools are spacers, tapping block, pull bar and hammer, you […]

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