Working out the quantity of flooring you need is really dependant on the layout of your room.
Rectangular rooms can be calculated easily by multiplying the length by width. If your room is L-shaped, or has alcoves or bay windows, you need to divide your room into separate smaller areas, adding these together to come to your final quantity. Don’t forget to add at least 10% to your final quantity for any wastage.
Burned shades of deep earth radiate through the grain of this dramatic oak floor, with a rustic grade grain that is understated and minimal. A contemporary take on oak flooring, Home Choice Engineered Oak Flooring Liquorice captures the variety and unique patina of nature, harnessing it within a distinct harmonious tone that is both gripping and minimal.
The brushed surface brings just the right amount of texture to the floor plane, with the durable matt lacquer finish giving an exquisite matt finish that is inherently capable of meeting the demands of a fast-paced lifestyle. A discreet bevel is joined by wide and long form to make the Liquorice Oak best suited to open-plan living and larger rooms.
Quick and simple to install thanks to an innovative and reliable click-together joint, this floor avoids the fuss of professional installation, with a three-ply engineered construction lending it both stability and suitability for use with underfloor heating. A top layer of quality European oak makes this style ideal for refurbishment projects that demand a high standard, a fact only underlined by a 20-year warranty.
This floor is suitable in all bedrooms, conservatories, dining rooms, hallways, kitchens, living rooms and utility rooms
Our Home Choice range brings together flooring with traits that our customers love, so you can be confident that your floor represents current trends.
Visit the Home Choice Brand Page to learn more about this range.
Our durability rating is the best way to decide if your chosen floor is ready for the task at hand, simply the more stars the higher the rating. From dirty shoes and pet paws to spills, dropped items, pram wheels and moving furniture, your floor is under daily attack.
The durability rating determines how the look of a floor stands up to common daily conditions, how easy it is to scratch and dent and whether it is susceptible to staining. Floors for areas such as hallways and kitchens will need a high durability rating, whereas lounge or bedroom areas that have less traffic can use a lower durability rating. Also consider how long you want the floor to last before you intend to change it.
With modern generation click-together systems, a lot of floors available from UK Flooring Direct are DIY friendly. However, some floors do require expert knowledge or particular attention being paid to site conditions and the subfloor.
If you are looking for floors that are ideal for DIY installation make sure you choose one with a high installation rating. Floors with a low installation rating will almost certainly require professional installation, however by using a specialist installer you can be rest assured that you have a job well done.
Maintenance is a vital part in keeping your new floor looking great, but some floors are easier to maintain than others. Our maintenance rating not only looks at daily cleaning, but also how easy it is to make minor repairs to your floor.
Certain floors have surface treatments that make them a breeze to clean with nothing more than a damp mop. Others need specialist top-up treatments to keep them looking their best. For a floor that’s easy to live with choose a high maintenance rating, low maintenance rating floors tend to be more natural in looks, but do need a little bit more in the way of TLC!
Subject to good regular cleaning and the right periodic maintenance, your floor can last for many years. Exactly how long depends on the type of floor and where it is installed in your home, though some floors have the potential to last a lifetime.
Our lifetime rating assesses a floor under normal domestic conditions and assumes it is looked after well. For a better long-term investment choose a floor with a high lifetime rating. However if you are looking for a short-term solution then a lower rating may be all you need!