Choice of wood
The wood flooring we offer to our customers is produced in Europe, ensuring quality by established standards and import certification. Most commonly purchased French oak comes in a variate of sizes and styles, from parquet to long planks, enabling our customers to choose the floor to their taste. Most commonly installed rustic or semi-rustic oak comes in natural patterns featuring healthy knots which adds to the beauty of the finished floor. Here are some examples of the parquet and planks. Call us for a quote!Read more ->
Make your space cosy with longlasting hard wood flooring!
Hard wood floor is an excellent compromise between looks and durability for the areas of high-traffic. It ensures style and warmth to the room while coping well with spilled drinks and many soles of the shoes. When the time comes, restoring an existing hard wood floor is inexpensive and can be done in a very short time without disruption to the business! Look at our recent project in a setting of a traditional pub.Read more ->
What floor shall I chose? Choices, choices!!!
Wooden floor provides a blank canvas to your interior design ideas of your home whilst it ensures the warmth and cosy feel to the space.Read more ->
Why not give your home a facelift by renewing the stairs!
Does your staircase look tired and warn out? Give your home a facelift by renewing the stairs. Take a look at our latest project.Read more ->
This floor is composed of rectangular blocks of wood arranged in a different patterns: brick, squares, basket and many more. The most popular is herringbone and in combination with various floor finishes it can create a stylish but still...Read more ->
Wood Floor Installation
We recommend that a professional flooring installer is contracted. Under cut the bottom of door frames, wardrobes etc to allow for the floor boards to fit under it. Always leave a full 15mm expansion gap around the edges...Read more ->
Maintenance For Lacquered Floors
Wooden floor is very easy to get small impressions and scratches. Please take the following precautions. Place a good doormat at every entrance to stop dirt, grit and moisture...Read more ->