Parquet wood floor

Flooring Options: Solid Wood or Laminate?

Solid wood or laminate? While the two are superficially similar in appearance they do have distinctly different properties. The biggest difference is, of course, that of cost. We take a look at the benefits of each.

Rolled-up carpet

Should You Choose Carpet or Hard Surface?

Sometimes choosing between carpet and hard flooring can be a real struggle. They both have their distinct benefits and advantages and – with the exception of kitchens and bathroom – both can be equally suitable in a variety of situations. So which do you choose?

Summer House

Flooring for a Summerhouse

Building a summerhouse will effectively give you an extra room. Decorate this as you choose and bring in a flooring that will really enhance the building and support your use of it.

Wood flooring

How to Choose Hardwood Flooring

Regardless of trends and fashions, timber flooring always lends an air of quality and class to an area, residential or commercial, and adds value to the property. We take a look at why it’s such a good choice and how to choose wooden floor.

Self-adhesive Floor Tiles

Vinyl Tiles or Vinyl Sheet?

With its durability, comfort underfoot, stain resistance and easy maintenance, it’s not surprising that vinyl is a popular choice for flooring, particularly in the home. We take a look at the diiferences between vinyl tiles and sheet.

Marble floor

Most Expensive Flooring and Why

For those who are lucky enough not to have to stick to a budget, there is a wealth of choice from luxury carpets to pristine marble, glorious hardwood to natural stone.

Brick floor

We Made a Terrace With Reclaimed Brick

It did not take long to replace the old concrete terrace with something far more interesting in reclaimed brick – it was just a case of finding materials that would look right.

Cork floor tiles

Cork Flooring and Floor Tiles

With the increasing focus on environmental-friendliness more and more people are looking towards natural, renewable materials for their flooring options and Cork is one of the most popular choices.

Oak floor

Oak Flooring

Oak is available in English Oak, French Oak, American Oak and many other varieties – even from China. Most of the English and European Oak is grown sustainably and to us that matters a lot.

Stone floor tiles

Lightweight Stone Flooring

Traditional stone flooring, with a solid base, doesn’t make it easy to have the underfloor access a commercial building requires, but a new product solves that problem.

Reclaimed oak flooring

Reclaimed Oak Flooring

Reclaimed oak can be used to create a beautiful floor in either the most modern of homes or within a character property. Its colour and texture can bring both warmth and style.

cushioned floor vinyl

Cushion Flooring

Cushioned flooring can be made from a range of materials which incorporate some sort of absorbing cushion underfoot, making it comfortable to walk and stand on.

Reclaimed wood flooring

Reclaimed Elm Flooring

Find a reclaimed elm floor and create a beautiful interior feature that will add a rich warmth to your home, through its attractive and unusual grain.

Non-slip rubber flooring

Which Non Slip Flooring to Use Where?

Before you floor your home, consider whether you want a product that is non-slip. If so, there are plenty of options. Some need to be installed at the beginning. Others can be added later as a treatment or finish.

Terrace with rug and tiled floor

Flooring for a Trendy Terrace

You are giving your garden a makeover or you are planning to bring the inside of your home out. But which is the best terrace flooring to opt for? What will give you that trendy, cutting edge style?

Wooden flooring

Types of Wood Flooring

A guide to the different types of timber used for wood flooring and their characteristics and suitability.

Floor tile adhesive

Laying a New Floor

The benefits of DIY floors, with some recommended types and tips for their installation.