(wood floor construction or laminate installation)
Our qualified specialists offer a comprehensive design service - consulting, transportation, design and implementation of different types of floor.
Depending on your needs budget and taste you have the two options to choose between engineered wood floor or laminated one. You can have specialist to do the flooring you want, but you can also use the help of a qualified adviser in every step from choosing your flooring and installing it to maintenance.
Your call is a step towards the most honest company and the best quality from the market leaders.
Each of them has its advantages and disadvantages and we would like to make you familiar with some of them:
ADVANTAGES OF THE LAMINATED FLOOR:
Advantages of wooden floor:
Be informed if you choose our company to do the building job in your house, you will receive lower price for the afterbuilding cleaning service.
WOODEN ENGINEERED FLOOR
If you choose the wooden floor you should know we can offer you two types.
The floor boards can be put in different order and this is always decided by the customer we can only give you advice.
Parquet installation process
Types of wooden boards patterns
H - pattern or Brick pattern
Diagonally pattern - To create a diagonal pattern, it is necessary to arrange the floorboards parallel to each other at an angle of 45 degrees (or similar) to the walls of the room. The diagonal arrangement of the flooring will make the room look larger because the visual focus will shift from the walls to the corners of the room. That is why this natural parquet flooring technique is an excellent solution for smaller rooms and rooms.
Chevron - For Hungarian fish bone, the left and right parquet boards are pre-cut at an angle of 45 degrees (or similar), resulting in continuous (perfect) zigzag, and further straight lines are formed, which give a clean, an extremely modern and contemporary look of the interior.
Basket Weave - With this type of pattern, the natural flooring is mounted / positioned so as to create the visual illusion that the floorboards intertwine (pass below and above the adjacent parquet boards).
Dutch pattern - The Dutch pattern consists of three parquet boards that are arranged parallel to each other in length, followed by a fourth parquet board perpendicular to the first three.
Fish bone pattern - In fishbone, the floorboards are arranged perpendicular to each other, resulting in the so-called. broken or broken zigzag. If you stop at the fish bone, you can choose from single, double, triple and quadruple fish bone. Fish bone can also be arranged diagonally.
Our technicians are able to take care of anything you wish in order to make your kitchen or bathroom look like those in the magazines.
WOODEN ENGINEERED FLOOR
|Flooring||£65.00 per hour|