When choosing the right floor for your home there can be a dilemma - should I choose solid wood flooring or laminate? There are advantages and disadvantages for both and below we look at five benefits which will help you decide which is the best one for your lifestyle and budget.
Your wood flooring is one of the first things your guests will see when they enter your home and it is one way to add ‘wow factor’. Wood flooring has a very regal and elegant feel to it, and it can bring a great deal of warmth to your home especially during the colder months.
Different types of renovation projects will use different types of timber. Both hardwood and softwood can be used for everything from structural to decorative. But what is the difference between these two types of wood?
Home renovation is an exciting time as it can dramatically change the look and feel of your home. You need to think about whether or not you want your wood flooring to be engineered or solid as there are significant differences between the two. Here we offer some insight into engineered and solid hardwood flooring.
Wood flooring is a great option for your home, as it is relatively easy to keep clean, looks great and can add significant value to your property, but hiring a qualified fitter to lay your wood floor can be costly.
Many homes today are favouring hardwood floors due to their durability and fantastic look. However, they do need to be looked after and maintained properly to prolong their life.