How long has your sporting floor served you? Hall flooring is subjected to lots of physical movements. Thus, it’s likely to continue running out. Today, most of these floors are wooden made. Hence, the sporting hall floor requires maintenance and replacement. At times the floor may deteriorate to the point that even maintenance and repairs seem to be insufficient. The following are the signs that should aid you in considering replacing the floor. read more →
Hardwood flooring has become popular in the recent years. In fact, most new offices prefer to include the hardwood floors in their designs. The visual appearance and the great comfortable feeling of using these floors are undoubtedly attractive and a factor for the adoption. Here are some of the benefits of using them. read more →
Sports hall floors are designed to be used. Not only do they sustain a high footfall throughout the week – they also sustain a large amount of force exerted on them as the users jump around and run about. As such, it is normal for sports floors to need to be regularly maintained – and even to need the odd repair now and again. Here you will find a description of the key sports hall floor repairs which sports hall floors often require. read more →
Five Reasons Why we Love Wood Floors
We’ve all been there. You’ve spent the afternoon cleaning your house from top to bottom and now it’s time for a well-earned rest in front of the fire with a glass of red and your dog curled happily at your feet. You sit down with a yawn and a blissful stretch when, suddenly, that nice glass of red is toppling over. A red stain seeps into your plush, cream carpet. The dog looks up and your heart sinks as you realise your much-loved pet has already left a sheepish trail of muddy paw prints and hair over everything. Your mind is made up. Wood floors are the way to go. read more →
Why parquet flooring is just as good in 2017 as it was in 1817
Parquet flooring is timeless. Whether fitted in a mock-Tudor home or a state-of-the-art sports centre, it always makes its presence known. It goes just as well with a Billy bookcase as much as a Chippendale chair, or a 1950s G Plan unit. In public buildings, the Belle of the Ball could be the parquet floor of the village hall.
A look at how mixed media floors compare with all wooden floors
You can either have a wooden floor or a stone floor. Or a marble floor, or a laminate floor. Having a bit of both flooring types seem extravagant, but recent trends are pointing in the opposite direction. If you combine a parquet floor with a marble floor, you have what is known as a Mixed Media Floor.
How reclaimed flooring offers an environmentally friendly yet striking alternative to freshly laid hardwood flooring
If only floorboards could talk! If reclaimed flooring could talk, the wooden floorboards could tell an interesting story. They could tell of their seafaring days. They could hark back to their previous occupants – whether at home, school or work. Wooden floorboards could tell a story with greater depth than (supposedly) the average reality TV celebrity.