Our fitters can provide a premier service that takes all the hassle out of the flooring process. For an additional charge, we’ll take care of everything including:
- Moving all furniture. Leave your room as it is, our team will move furniture before fitting the floor and put it back where it belongs once the flooring is down.
- Uplifting of old flooring. Let our team do the heavy lifting and uplift any pre-existing flooring that you have in place including carpets, vinyl, or wooden flooring.
- Waste disposal. We’ll ensure that all waste flooring is disposed of responsibly at a waste removal center – so you can get on with enjoying your new floor.
- Cleaning finished rooms. All newly floored rooms will be meticulously cleaned, so that the room is in a pristine state, with your new flooring and furniture intact.
Engineered Wood Flooring
Engineered wood flooring is a more affordable and, for many, practical alternative to solid wood flooring. Whereas solid wood flooring will consist of a single piece of wood, engineered wood flooring features a top layer of solid wood which is bonded to a core layer composed of wood from a different source. This gives you the freedom of choosing from a range of desirable styles and looks, without having to pay a premium for it.
Parquet flooring is an instantly recognisable style of wooden flooring that has remained fashionable since it was introduced in France in the 16th Century. The parquet style of flooring can be easily emulated with either engineered wood or laminate flooring. Fitting can be easily accomplished using a tongue and groove locking mechanism, and once it’s in you can relax knowing that floor requires very little maintenance – if any!
Herringbone flooring is another highly prized style that has its roots in classic French design ideas. The intricate design is characterised by an elegant ‘zig-zag’ design created by planks being cut in such a way that the end of each one meets the side of the other. Alternatively, a chevron pattern has the ends of each plank meeting one another, creating a symmetrical look. This pattern is available in laminate or engineered wood.
Wooden Laminate Flooring
The unique quality of wooden flooring can be hard to beat, however laminate alternatives have come a long way in replicating them. Whilst you may sacrifice the organic feel of the real thing by choosing laminate, what you do get is a visually stunning floor that is easy to fit and is much more affordable. Faux-wood laminate flooring is available in a wide array of styles and requires zero maintenance once it’s been fitted – which means no oiling or refinishing once it’s been fitted!