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Flooring Recommendations

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As we take the upmost pride in ensuring our customers receive the best products as well as services available.

Our range includes:
Cormar Carpets, Axminster, Quickstep, Laminates, Kersaint Cobb, Lifestyle, Balteiro, Brintons, Treadaire, Kahrs, Amtico, Karndean, Polyflor, Rhino and Gerflor,

As for Commercial flooring we also offer:
Altro, Polyflor, Gerflor, Tarkett, JHS, Interface, Gradus, Ardex, Heckmondwike and Burmatex.

Flooring Recommendations

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Offices

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Hallway

Kitchen

Living Room

Dining Room

Bathroom

Staircase

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Kitchen

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Common Area

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Meeting Room

Kitchen

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Cafeteria

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What Flooring Is Compatible With My Bedroom?

Carpet

Is by far is the most popular choice for bedroom, mostly because it’s soft, warm and comfortable, as the bedroom is where you are mostly to be barefoot it is important to find the most comfortable carpet for your feet. High quality, soft, warm, attractive and easy to maintain are some criteria you should consider. Pamper yourself, go for the luxurious range of carpet when it comes to your bedroom. One of our recommendation is Saxony or Velvet.

Wooden Flooring

You can never go wrong with wooden floor, especially on your bedroom where it
gives you the depth and warmth that adds beauty to any style of décor and luxurious
touch. The only thing you need to think about is to choose which styles and woods
match perfectly with your style.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

Luxury vinyl tile is a versatile choice for bedroom floor. Vinyl is almost waterproof, easy to clean, maintain and install, somewhat soft, warm and comfy (which is perfect for bedroom and also your kids’ bedroom), long lasting and inexpensive. In addition to those wonderful characteristics, luxury vinyl tiles provides a gorgeous look for your room, too!

Vinyl

Vinyl is a surprisingly versatile choice for bedroom floor, especially for kid’s room. It
is almost waterproof so spillage is not an issue, inexpensive, easy maintenance and
installation, somewhat soft and comfortable to sit on and long lasting.

Linoleum

Is an alternative to vinyl for bedroom floor. It has more or less the same benefits with vinyl, but linoleum is more environmentally friendly. It is slightly more expensive than vinyl and the design choices may be limited, but it is worth considering.

Laminate

Laminate is a good choice if you are on a budget, it has a variety of styles that will suit your aesthetic, It holds up quite well to daily wear-and-tear. However, bear in mind that it is susceptible to scratching and can also buckle if water or other liquids puddle on it.

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What Flooring Is Compatible With My Hallway?

Wooden Flooring

In a hallway is a great option. The long lasting style and durability are the factors you should consider. In addition, it’s quite easy to refinish if any damage occurs over time and it is easy to clean if any dirt gets on it when returning home. Engineered wooden floor is not only practical and sturdy, it also gives opulent and beautiful look to any space.

Laminate

If you have lower budget, laminate flooring is also a good option to create the look of wooden floor. A good laminate flooring holds up quite well to wear-and-tear and just like the laminate it is easy to clean up any dirt that might be dragged in from the outside.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

Luxury vinyl tile is hard-wearing which ideal for busy areas with high foot traffic. It is softer and quiet, perfect to reducing noise. It is also easy to be cleaned and maintained, making it a perfect choice if you want to keep your home looking spectacular with minimum effort.

Vinyl

Hallways tend to have the most foot traffic in your home and requires floor that is hard-wearing and easy to clean. Vinyl is softer and quieter than other types of flooring, perfect to reduce noise that usually happens in hallway.

Carpet

The hallway is one of the busiest rooms in your house. Thus, it is best to find a carpet that gives you both comfort and great durability, like twist, short pile, plain and textured carpets. It doesn’t have to be luxurious, but it has to be nice to look at, as hallway usually gives the first impression to the inside of your house and we think striped carpet is worth considering.

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What Flooring Is Compatible With My Kitchen?

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

One of the easiest and most handy kitchen flooring solutions is vinyl. Luxury vinyl tile is highly resistant to splash, stains, scratches and damage. Cleaning a vinyl floor and keeping it free of dirt is super easy, simply by sweeping, vacuuming or regular mopping.

Vinyl

One of the easiest and most handy kitchen flooring solutions is vinyl. It is nearly
resistant to stains, damage and water issue. Cleaning a vinyl floor and keeping it free
of dirt is super easy, simply by sweeping, vacuuming or regular mopping.

Linoleum

Linoleum was very popular in kitchens around 50 years ago and it’s making a comeback today due to its environmental friendly and easy maintenance. It can even last to 40 years if properly cared for. It is good for a day to day use, however, bear in mind that linoleum is prone to damage if immersed in water.

Polished Resin

Looking for the hygienic solution for your kitchen? Then go for polished resin as your kitchen floor. It’s completely flat and seamless, making it super easy to clean. In addition, it is strong and durable. Whether you have a commercial kitchen or a simple home kitchen, polished resin is one of the top choices for kitchen floor.

Laminate

Laminate flooring is easy to clean and stain resistant, making it good as a kitchen floor. It is also timeless and comes in so many different styles and colors.

Wooden Flooring

Wooden floor surely makes your kitchen more stylish. Just make sure to get an engineered wood that is more resistant to water spillage and easy to clean as spillage often happens in the kitchen.

Carpet

Although using carpet as kitchen floor is not highly recommended because it can get
easily stained, carpet is useful to prevent glass breaking if you accidentally drop it. If
you decided to use carpet as your kitchen flooring, you should choose a hard wearing
and stain resistant carpet and it must be easy to clean on a regular basis, like Berber.

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What Flooring Is Compatible With My Living Room?

Carpet

Carpet is soft and warm and give a relaxing feeling to a room, making it perfect for
your living room. Maintenance is quite easy with a daily vacuum. However, make sure you’re choosing a high-quality carpet for the living room as the cheaper and thinner ones become easily damage to high foot traffic. Our recommendation for living room carpet would be loop pile,
deep pile, Saxony and Velvet.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

Luxury vinyl looks like real wood and tiles which will give your living room a luxurious feel. It comes in a wide variety of designs, types and shades, making it easier for you to match any look you’re going for. It is also warm and soft and comfy, perfect for living room flooring.

Vinyl

Vinyl could be an easy flooring solution for your living room. It is inexpensive, easy
to maintain and looks like real wood and stones making it easier for you to match the
look you’re going for. It is also thick, cushioned and comfortable for your underfoot.

Wooden Flooring

One of the most attractive and durable options for living room is probably a wooden floor, a gorgeous and lavish style created by luxurious engineered wood has hard-wearing characteristics great for high foot traffic areas although maintenance requires a little more effort. This look will give your living room a warm well taken care of look thanks to the smooth texture and warmth shades of colour found in the wood.

Laminate

Even though laminate flooring doesn’t have the same comfort as carpet, it is a good option for your living room. Laminate floor is best if you want to have a similar kind of style with wooden floor but easier to install and maintain and cheaper. It’s also available in a many different designs.

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What Flooring Is Compatible With My Dining Room?

A dining room is often a place where you enjoy good meals, great company and is often the main spot for any home party or gathering. Thus, choosing the perfect flooring is important. You can get a stylish look using wooden floor, however bear in mind that solid wooden floor could be quite expensive and doesn’t go well if your dining room has high humidity and under floor heating. If that’s the case you can go for engineered wooden floor or laminated floor.

Laminate

One of the most popular choice for a dining room is laminate floor. It’s inexpensive, stain resistant and cleaning is simple. It is timeless and also comes in so many different styles and colors. The only thing you need to pay attention is to wipe any water spillage immediately as it can cause damage and long-term issues.

Wooden Flooring

Engineered wood is perfect for your dining room. Not only it gives you a stylish and
elegant look, but it is also easy to clean and maintain. Although spillage usually
happens in the dining room, the engineered wood surface is easy to clean. All you
need to do is wipe them with a microfiber or well-wrung mop.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

luxury vinyl tile flooring is also a popular option for dining room, it’s highly resistant to spillage and stains making it perfect for your dining room, it’s easy to clean and maintain. Plus it’s highly stylish so when you have guests over for dinner they’ll be impressed.

Vinyl

Vinyl is a popular choice for dining room because it’s easy to clean and maintain,
especially in dining room where spillage often occurs. Vinyl also comes in various
beautiful designs to add a style to your dining room.

Carpet

Carpet gives warmth and comfort to a room which work well with dining room. However, carpet isn’t as easy as vinyl or laminate floor to maintain. Spilled food or drinks often happen in dining room and it could be a problem to clean with carpet. If you really like the look of carpet in your dining room, we recommend you get stain-resistant and easy to clean on a regular basis, such as
wool or polypropylene.

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What Flooring Is Compatible With My Bathroom?

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

Luxury vinyl tile is a great option for your bathroom flooring. It’s inexpensive and exceptionally water and stain resistant, plus it gives you a nice wooden/stone look, depending on what style you opt for.

Vinyl

Vinyl is exceptionally water resistant, anti-slip and easy to clean, making it perfect for
bathroom. It comes in various gorgeous style too, which makes your bathroom looks
more stylish.

Linoleum

Linoleum is an oil-based material, thus its resistance against water is much better than hardwood or laminate. However, it’s better to use sheet linoleum than the tile as linoleum tile means you will have seams where moisture can soak in and cause damage.

Laminate

Although not highly recommended, there are some laminate floor that is available for bathroom, especially when it is installed in a powder room. Laminate flooring is slip-resistant, however do note to choose only for laminate flooring with glued-in seam to prevent water and moisture to seep into the cracks between the floorboards.

Carpet

Carpet may not be a popular choice for bathroom flooring, however there are carpets
that can deal with water and extra moisture. If you want to install carpet in your
bathroom, make sure you get carpet that is waterproof on the back.

Wooden Flooring

The engineered wood might not ideal for bathroom due to excess moisture and wet
area. However, there are some type that might go well with bathroom, like satin or
matt lacquered finishes.

We really don’t recommend wooden floor or carpet to be installed in a bathroom. Excess moisture will cause damage to the wooden floor and can cause mold and mildew on carpets. It can also be a pain to maintain the cleanliness of the carpet in the bathroom.

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What Flooring Is Compatible With My Staircase?

Staircase is one part in your home that has a lot of traffic and requires safety factor, thus choosing the right flooring is a must.

Carpet

Carpet is popular for staircase as it is cost effective, soft and comfortable and one of the safest materials available. It offers traction and softer surface in case of falls. However, cleaning a carpet is quite challenging. You’ll have to vacuum on a regular basis and do a more intensive cleaning when needed. We recommend a dense, low pile carpet for best look and durable material. like twist, short pile, plain and textured carpets.

Wooden Flooring

Hardwood may look fantastic on stairs as it is on any other room and is easy to clean. It is very durable and can last for decades. However, it can be slippery and tends to be noisier, with the creaks and footfalls. Plus, it’s a pricey option for staircase.

Laminate

Laminate floor is increasingly popular to be installed on staircase. It is inexpensive, easy to clean and fairly durable compared to hardwood, but it is much cheaper. The only thing you need to pay attention with laminate floor is to wipe any spilled liquids right away to avoid any damage or potential long-term issues.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

Another option that is quite popular nowadays is luxury vinyl tiles. It mimics wooden look and has a wide range of colors and style and can match your desired look. They’re hard-wearing, easy to clean and be installed.

Vinyl

Vinyl is great for stairs and landing, as this is a high traffic area of your home. It is good to have flooring that is not only hard wearing, but easy to clean and maintain. Vinyl has a range of different styles to fit any home.

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