Professional Sand and Seal Service for your Wooden Flooring

Our highly skilled floor fitters have many years experience with solid wood flooring and we offer a professional Sand and Seal service that will restore your once beloved floor back to its former glory.  Along with our expertise, we have all of the specialised equipment necessary to professionally and safely restore the wood without creating…

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Your Home Will Love Engineered Wooden Flooring

Engineered wooden flooring could well be the answer to your flooring worries.  If you are looking for that extra bit of authenticity and real feel that laminate flooring lacks.  Laminate flooring is perfect for busy homes with lots of traffic from kids and pets, it’s slightly more expensive alternative, engineered wooden flooring exudes class with…

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Keeping your Solid Wood Flooring in Tip Top Condition

Real wooden flooring is a great choice for the home. It ages extremely well and gives a timeless look in any room.  Solid wood flooring is also considered to be Eco friendly as it is made from 100% natural materials and last for many years in the home, if looked after correctly.  This is what…

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Should I Install Wooden Flooring in My Bathroom?

Some people want continuity in their home and prefer to stick to same flooring throughout and this means following wanting to install wooden flooring in your bathroom too.  If wooden flooring is your choice then this means the bathroom has to follow suit. Our floor fitters have fitted hardwood flooring in several bathrooms and there is…

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Installing Wooden Flooring onto Floorboards

Installing wooden flooring like solid wood and engineered requires a lot of skill and expertise.  If you are thinking about installing wooden flooring, whether is be solid wood, engineered or even laminate flooring onto joists then we recommend using a minimum of 20mm thick board.  A regular 14mm solid oak floor would not be suitable…

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Engineered Flooring verses Laminate Flooring

The two most popular types of flooring are laminate and engineered flooring, due to their large ranges of colours, textures and types, but also because they cost considerably less compared to real wood flooring. How are they made Engineering flooring is constructed of several layers of softwood and plywood, glued together in different directions to…

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Kitchen Engineered Flooring? Why Not

We often get asked the question whether engineered flooring is a good choice in the kitchen.  We’ve also heard many people who are for and against the idea whom have some previous experience.  One of our clients stated that they had engineered flooring in their kitchen for over 8 years and it still looks fantastic.…

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Reasons to Choose Engineered Oak Flooring

Engineered oak flooring could well be the answer to your flooring worries.  If you are looking for that extra bit of authenticity and real feel that laminate flooring lacks.  Laminate flooring is perfect for busy homes with lots of traffic from kids and pets, it’s slightly more expensive alternative, engineered oak flooring exudes class with…

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Refinishing Your Hardwood Flooring Part 2

When sanding and finishing hardwood flooring you have the option to change the colour of the floor depending on the stain that you decide to use. Our professional sand and seal flooring service is environmentally friendly with minimal disruption and mess for your real wood floors and parquet flooring, bringing them back to their original new…

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Refinishing Your Hardwood Flooring Part 1

As hardwood flooring ages it can become increasingly scratched and lose its sheen, but this isn’t a reason to rip it up and buy new flooring as this is the beauty of dealing with real wood.  Hardwood flooring can stage a comeback to its former glory and you have to do is have it refinished.JG…

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Different Types of Flooring – Beech Solid Wooden Flooring

When buying or selling a home, wooden flooring always seems to be 1 thing buyers prefer to see.  The main reason is that wooden flooring is seen as clean and easy to manage and will adapt to new owners, whereas carpet can hold on to smells and stains and unlike wooden flooring, the longer it…

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Common Ways to Damage Your Solid Wood Flooring

Always a classic choice for flooring in your home, solid wood flooring is timeless and will always add value to any room.  It is made of 100% natural materials and is the most eco friendly flooring to have.  If looked after, it can last for many years, adding value to your home too.  If your…

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