Flooring installation in London
Premium flooring for the whole house – wide variety of carpets & hard flooring available
Installing flooring in premium London properties is among our specialist skills. Among the most exotic choices of flooring are bamboo & oak which is newly on trend within the capital, by reputation harder wearing than hard woods these are a good value alternative for many homeowners.
More typical flooring materials such as vinyl and laminate flooring for your London property are also available at very affordable prices. Our fitters will bring sample pieces to your property and show you in-situ the pros and cons of your flooring options prior to installation.
Parquet is a particularly popular choice for London landlords renovating multiple occupancy properties where a smooth and easy to maintain flooring surface is preferred for high impact.
The other type of hard wearing alternative flooring option especially in a city environment where high traffic floor spaces can get worn through and soiled easily, floor tiles are often the flooring of choice for homeowners and landlords who are conscious of wear and tear and see luxury and comfort as a lesser priority.
Floor lamps are a novelty even in London residential properties, they are a desired feature in more contemporary settings where either the ambience calls for it, or where the wall and ceiling architecture and decorative features are highlighted.
Bathroom flooring is a high impact area in both traffic and saturation in moisture. Where some bathrooms have the challenge of low ventilation for drying, like in small flat conversions in London, the material for bathroom flooring has to have much needed bounce-back-ability. Daily saturation and compression would leave most carpets over taxed and worn out in no time. Hard flooring on the other hand if lacking in traction and too smooth could be a safety hazard.
London kitchen flooring has the dual duty of being functional for everyday cooking tasks, being resistant to staining from spills, and yet presentable and even fashionable to add effect for hosting guests.
Loft conversion flooring for family or for tenants has to be a good all round performer in order to stand the test. Often housing en-suites, the prospect of damp and moisture build up in the bedroom of the converted space is also a common consideration.
Garage flooring has direct contact with the outdoors and therefore one would do well to mind the challenges of grit, soil and dust from the outdoors blowing in and being walked in onto the flooring. In the winter season, even heavily soiled footwear can leave significant deposits on the floor which if carpeted with moderate to thick pile would need shampooing, perhaps even professional attention. If hard flooring, like wooden or parquet, much easier. Sisal is a carpeted compromise but arguably less comfortable than wood, in abrasive texture against bare feet or lightly covered feet.