Getting the flooring right can make a big difference to your home. Whether you’re looking for warmth and comfort or stylish practicality, with so many options available it can be difficult to know what type of flooring will suit your home best. See: Recent Projects.
Our guide will help you to decide on the best flooring for you room.
What types of flooring are available?
Carpets are great for adding warmth and comfort to a room, and can provide some additional insulation. However, some types of carpet may be less hardwearing than other types of flooring and are more difficult to keep clean than flooring that can be easily washed. Look out for good quality carpets made from hardwearing fibre in high-traffic areas, and consider using rugs to protect them. Carpet tiles offer the warmth of a carpet but can be easily replaced so are a good alternative in some spaces. Find out more.
Laminate floors are cheap and easy to fit – offering a range of styles and colours which can mimic real wood flooring. They are a good option for those on a budget and modern designs make them quick and simple to lay. Solid wood floors offer the ultimate in luxury and finish. Why should you invest?
They are a long-lasting investment and give the unique warmth and look of traditional wood. Modern wooden flooring can be purchased in easy to lay planks that simply tap together. Protect your wood floors with a good quality floor polish and it will age beautifully, developing a lovely patina over time.
Vinyl flooring is one of the cheapest options available, offering a quick, easy to clean option which is particularly well suited to kitchens, bathrooms and areas where regular cleaning is required. Cushioned vinyl offers a softer feel underfoot and they are now available in thousands of styles, colours and patterns, so whatever your colour scheme, there is bound to be a design to match. Purchase your vinyl kitchen looselay tiles.
Ceramic or stone tiles provide a very hardwearing, waterproof option that is ideal for kitchens and bathrooms. Although they are often more expensive than vinyl, they give a quality finish that will last many years.