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.
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?
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.
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.
Many Victorian houses would originally have had a tiled front path. One couple decided they wanted to try to replicate the path that would have been laid in front of their home when it was first built.
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.