Durable kitchen flooring options
[January 5th, 2012]
Q: I am about to decorate my kitchen and need a thick very hardwearing vinyl. The size of the area is 8ft x 10ft and it is a hardboarded area.
Durable floors for use with under floor heating systems
[January 3rd, 2012]
Q: What is the best type of flooring when under floor heating has been laid. It would also have to be something hard wearing and easy to clean as we live in the country side.
Durable engineered floors
[November 24th, 2011]
Q: I am having a conservatory built with underfloor electric heating and want a floor with a hard surface that will mark and dent the least. I have looked at your engineered Florence range, which products has the hardest surface without going for a laminate? Thanks.
Office flooring suggestions
[December 28th, 2011]
Q: I would like to lay a wood floor in a reasonably busy office environment. The finish will need to be hard wearing and I don't want to spend time maintaining it. I'd prefer a dark wood colour. What could you reccommend?
[September 14th, 2010]
Q: We bought some lovely new cork flooring and were told how durable it is, but it has developed lots of scratch marks. How has that happened?
[May 30th, 2012]
Q: Which flooring is best for hallway please?
[April 2nd, 2012]
Q: I have two cats, is there a type of wood flooring that is less likely to scratch?
[January 30th, 2012]
Q: I want to install the same wooden flooring in my kitchen, utility and downstairs bathroom. What do you suggest would be the most economical and durable for these areas? Many thanks Gill