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Floor Refurbishment

Repairing your current solid or engineered floor is a positive decision. It can enhance your self-respect and be a real talking point for any visitors to your home. It can...

Posted 12 months ago by Rob Whittaker

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Does your floor fitter issue you with a warranty? (It’s the least you deserve).

Does your floor fitter issue you with a warranty? (It’s the least you deserve). Floor installations are generally known to be a specialist trade. There can be potential issues at...

Posted 16 months ago by Rob Whittaker

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Oak flooring in Kitchens and Bathrooms?

Customers often ask about how to choose wood flooring in a bathroom or kitchen. Here, we consider the pros and cons of what’s available.

Posted 16 months ago by Rob Whittaker

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Unfinished or Pre finished?

A major question to ask, when choosing a floor type, is whether to use an unfinished material or a factory (pre) finished product. Several points need to be taken into consideration.

Posted 23 months ago by Rob Whittaker

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Structural or Overlay?

There are different factors to consider, in regards to existing flooring types, when choosing the type of flooring material for your home.

Posted in Flooring; Posted 2 years ago

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Engineered wood flooring

Engineered Boards versus Solid Boards.

Posted in Flooring; Posted 2 years ago

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