Solid wood flooring
- Hardwood or real wood flooring gives any space a premium look and feel, while offering a versatile aesthetic that seamlessly fits with both modern and traditional interior design.
- It’s designed to be durable, with the ability to stand the test of time when it’s looked after properly.
- Because of its vulnerability to moisture, you’ll want to avoid installing wood floors in bathrooms or other areas of high humidity.
- It’s one of the more expensive options, with materials and installation typically being at the higher end of the pricing scale.
Engineered wood flooring
- Our engineered wood flooring offers the best of both worlds, combining resilience and durability with aesthetic appeal.
- Each multi-layered board is solidly constructed and topped with real wood for a genuinely natural finish.
- Also known as real wood top layer flooring.
- A great alternative that gives you real wood looks and impressive durability without real wood prices.
- It’s easy to install in any space, keeping hassle to a minimum with a system that allows the boards to click into place.
- Similarly to real wood, it’s not suited to bathrooms and kitchens due to being susceptible to moisture.
Luxury vinyl tiles
- Vinyl gives you plenty of versatility at an affordable price, with a huge variety when it comes to styles and designs.
- Taking care of it is relatively straightforward, which makes it a great pick for high traffic areas.
- It’s moisture-resistant, so you can install it in your bathroom or kitchen without worrying about water causing damage.
- If it’s fitted with adhesive, it can prove tricky to pull up when you want to replace it.
- Versatile and timeless, carpet comes in a vast array of colours, styles and designs with options to suit any room or space.
- It offers more warmth underfoot compared to hard floors, and is also quieter.
- Upkeep and maintenance can prove to be more heavy duty, especially when it comes to spillages.