Flooring

New Flooring · Repairs

Flooring

When you are thinking about flooring choices for commercial areas, one thing comes to mind straight away. So much depends on the site and situation of the area to be floored - there are many modern choices available now which might be particularly well suited to that particular area. For instance, solid wood may look initially to be an attractive choice but if there is the chance of liquid spillage on a regular basis, solid wood may become problematic in a relatively short period of time. You might want to consider epoxy resin flooring surfaces for some hard-wearing high traffic retail areas for instance, thanks to its hardwearing durability.

Please call us in and ask for an opinion.You may also find your flooring surface requires considerable preparation depending on your choice of finish - ask us for advice and assistance. You may need

  • Captive shot blasting
  • Sandblasting
  • Open blasting
  • removing existing expired coatings from large warehouse floors
  • Make an ideal base for new toppings and coatings
  • New or existing power floated concrete
  • Provide a suitable “key”
  • Screeds and specialist layer screeding, preparations and levelling 
  • Prepare for Altro & Polyflor safety vinyl
  • Prepare for Carpet tiles 
  • All forms of stair nosing

New Flooring

  • Resin (epoxy) flooring
  • Anti slip
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Hard wearing
  • Scratch resistant
  • Stylish finishes – big range of colours,in matt or gloss finish, with some special effects.

Solid wood

Everyone is attracted by high quality appearance of solid wood but be warned, excess moisture could lead to the floor warping out of shape. Solid wood floor boards are cut from single pieces of timber. This makes them the simplest of all floors in terms of construction. Due to the nature of solid wood, these floors could become damaged by moisture from above and below. A hot environment can make them dry out and shrink, whereas cold air conditions can cause them to take in moisture and expand, causing warping. This means solid wood floors can’t be laid in conservatory-like areas, they can be troublesome in basement areas too.We recommend considering laminates or epoxy resin finishes.

Laminate Flooring

The most popular choice of flooring for commercial use is laminate for good reason. Laminate flooring has the attractive appearance of real wood while being impressively durable and easy to maintain. It's also a cost efficient choice as it’s a much cheaper alternative to hardwood or solid wood floors. This means it can be a perfect choice for large office spaces or large commercial spaces. There are dark, mid and light shades to choose from, so whatever your overall design idea, there will be a product to match. Our selection of laminate flooring comes in different strength grades, so whether your business is a small commercial premise or a large retail outlet where there is a lot of footfall, we most likely have a laminate just right for the job.

Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl is another common selection because it is so durable as well as being waterproof and easy to clean. This makes luxury vinyl flooring ideal for commercial environments where spillages are likely to occur because the floor will cope with ease.

Recently there have been new developments in the production technology with this floor which has resulted in an even more durable product as well as more stylish designs. Some people mistakenly believe that a practical floor which is mainly prized for durability would mean a compromise in terms of design, but with luxury vinyl flooring this certainly isn’t the case.

Whichever product you choose, our floors come with great warranties for peace of mind

  • GYM FLOORING
  • HEALTHCARE FLOORING
  • HOTEL FLOORING
  • OFFICE FLOORING
  • RESTAURANT FLOORING
  • RETAIL FLOORING
  • SCHOOL FLOORING
  • COMMERCIAL FLOORING
  • SAFETY FLOORING
  • OFFICE CARPET
  • RETAIL FLOORING
  • SCHOOL FLOORING
  • DISABLED FLOORING
  • RUBBER FLOORING
  • HOME FLOORING
  • NON-SLIP FLOORING
  • KITCHEN FLOORING
  • VINYL FLOORING
  • HEAVY DUTY FLOORING
  • ALTRO FLOORING

Repairs

  • Re-adhering vinyl and lino
  • Fastening down loose or uneven floorboards
  • Repairing or replacing after flood damage
  • Making good after plumbing/electrical work
  • Curing squeaking stairs
  • Carpet stretching to fit
  • Repairing stair nosing
  • Collapsed floors
  • Cracking concrete
  • Trip hazards
  • Buckling timber floor
  • Patch repairs to safety flooring
Do you want to begin a better approach to your property maintenance Quick Contact