Types of flooring we offer

Wooden Flooring

Of all the different types of flooring available, the beauty of wood makes it one of the most popular for homes and it’s versatility is indisputable. It will fit in with your décor, traditional or contemporary, and there is a choice of solid or engineered, (a veneer surface of real wood glued to several layers of plywood).

You can select from stunning natural woods including oak, maple, cherry, walnut, mahogany and ash; the more exotic woods such as teak, mesquite and Jarrah come at a premium cost.

Laminate Flooring

With so many options available, laminate flooring offers a variety of design solutions and is suitable for any room in your home or workplace.

It’s a multi-layer synthetic flooring product which has been fused together using a special lamination technique, and because of its flexibility, comes in many finishes such as embossed, textured or smooth, with various effects, including stone, wood, slate and tiles, often with a choice of a matt or gloss finish.

Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is extremely popular as it is resistant to heavy use, so perfect for your high-traffic areas. There is a wide range of different looks, including tiles, wood, stone, parquet, brick and chequerboard, all easily achieved without the painstaking task of designing and laying the pattern. As it’s available in various styles, thickness and textures, it suits any room or lifestyle.

Although there is a choice of different types of flooring, vinyl is perfect for homes with small children, pets and allergy sufferers as it is easy to clean.

Also, its water-resistant qualities make it is versatile enough to use in kitchens and bathrooms.

Carpet

Carpet flooring will immediately make your home cosy and amongst the many types of flooring for homes available, it remains a favorite.

With so many styles, patterns and fabrics available, it’s best that you plan which type of carpet will go where to ensure maximum lifespan. The more luxurious, softer pile is wonderful in bedrooms, whilst a low-pile, dense tuft is perfect for high traffic areas.