Here you will find all the varieties of hard flooring we supply and fit for your home. From solid rustic hard wood, to a bespoke designed luxury vinyl tile floor, we will help you select the type of flooring product that meets your requirements. Use the buttons below to help navigate through the flooring options, and to find more information about each product to help you choose what is right for you.
We cover all aspects of the flooring including the subfloor preparation, some of the products require different variations of subfloor preparation to ensure a professional finish. If you have any queries regarding your subfloor and the products we can lay on it, please get in touch, you will find our contact information here.
If you are looking for a particular supplier, take a look at the side panel, our top suppliers for each flooring type will be listed there. Most will have more design ideas for you on their websites, so do have a look if you need more inspiration. If a supplier you are interested in is missing from the list, please do get in touch as we may still be able to source your desired flooring, you can email or phone us, the details are on our contact page.
Vinyl flooring is a common choice for many, it is a manmade cushioned vinyl product which is made up of a cushioned backing, design layer, and a top coating for protection. It is very easy to clean and maintain, it is mainly used in kitchens and bathrooms for this reason.
It also comes in a variety of design options, whether you are looking for a wood plank design, tile or a modern style.
This product comes in varying thicknesses depending on the levels of wear required for the area in question. It comes as one sheet, available in 2m, 3m and 4m widths to suit a range of different sized areas. If necessary, the product can be joined if your area is over the available widths.
There are a large range of different suppliers for this product, we have all the sample swatches at our showroom for you to browse through.
Luxury Vinyl Tiles
This product has dominated the flooring market now for years. It has similarities to the regular sheet vinyl, but is a much harder, more durable product.
It has a hard backing construction with a design layer, and varying thickness of wear layer to finish. This product comes in indivdual planks or tile sizes depending on your design.
This product allows you to have full creative control, you can have borders, motifs or mix up styles to create something that is unqiue to you.
It can also be used over underfloor heating with the appropriate adhesive*.
For more inspiration visit our showroom to see the sampling and possibilities of this product.
*subject to manfucturer's specfications.
Laminate is another popular choice for many, as this product is laid on a floating system so can overcome a lot of subfloor issues.
It is a MDF board system with a printed design and wear layer on the surface. The system is usually a click, or lock system so the planks fit together like a jigsaw puzzle.
Designs have increased over the years, to add more texture to the planks to give the appearance and feel of natural wood.
The characteristics of the floating system mean that the flooring is able to expand and contract with the temperatures of your home, this requires a small gap to be left around the perimeter of your room; this gap can either be hidden under skirting, or with the use of a bead trim called Scotia to fit to existing skirting.
Sample swatches are available in our showroom for more inspiration and colour/design options.
This wood flooring combines the laminate floating technology with real wood. The construction of engineered wood flooring is that you have a backing (usually plywood) which has the click, or interlocking system, then a certain thickness of real wood on the surface, which can be either lacquered, oiled or unfinished.
This system gives you the real wood finish, but gives more scope for fitting. Some of the engineered wood products are suitable for underfloor heating*. Similarly to the laminate this product will require an expansion gap which can be hidden with scotia beading or skirting.
We have a variety of different engineered wood designs and colours for you to see at our showroom. You also have the option of choosing an unfinished board which we can then stain and finish to your preferences.
*subject to manfucturer's specfications.
Solid wood flooring is simply that, planks of 100% solid wood.
Most boards will come unfinished for you to choose a stain and finish to suit your colour scheme and lifestyle. We offer a full sanding service to finish your solid wood floor to a professional standard.
This product comes in various sized planks, including small planks to create herringbone and parquet designs.
We stock various stains and finishes for wood floors so head down to the showroom for samples.
This product has certain requirements in relation to subfloor preparations and options, to ensure that is it fitted correctly. If you are unsure whether your room is suitable for this flooring, please speak to us today, our contact information can be found here.