Types of Flooring

When choosing a floor you have a variety of hardwood floors to choose from, oak, walnut, bamboo, beach, cherry and Iroko, to name a few.

Our installation techniques can glue, nail, screw, float or click together. Depending on material, manufacturers guidance and surface to which the floor is being laid on. For example joists, concrete, screed or floorboards / sheet coverings to create a professional surface and eliminate any potential problems.

Hardwood / Engineered

All solid flooring is hard wearing and can be sanded back. All flooring can be tailored to your personal tastes and can even come finished or unfinished so that the preferred personal finish can be applied exactly how you want it.

Engineered flooring is a veneer of hardwood on ply, gives all the benefits of hardwood, without the high costs and movement as it is a multi-layer material, and comes in a wide variety of options from size, thickness and colour and even moisture grade.

Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring, is usually made from MDF with a printed laminate finish made to replicate wood, tile and stone. This product is popular amongst buyers, as it suits all budgets with a variety of options. It also can be installed in bathrooms and kitchens where moisture is present. Some modern laminates have a moisture barriers so can be fitted in kitchens and bathrooms too.