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The fact is, floors are not indestructible and they won’t last forever. Steps and measures can be taken to prolong the life of your flooring, but eventually, it will need replacing. To save you time and money, we explain the tell-tale signs which will let...

LVT, or Luxury Vinyl Tiling, is designed to replicate traditional surface flooring materials such as stone or wood, yet provide many more practical benefits. LVT is a relatively new product which is currently one of the fastest growing product lines within the flooring market. LVT flooring...

If you are a business owner then you have a duty of care and responsibility towards all those using your space – staff and visitors alike – to provide a safe environment. This includes getting your flooring materials right to reduce the risk of slips, trips, and falls, which are the leading cause of injury in the workplace, and ensuring your premises are as safe as can be. Let’s take a look at the type of businesses that would benefit from safety flooring and what your options are.

When laying new flooring, perhaps the most important element of the job is making sure that the subfloor is clean and dry before you even think about getting started with the addition of new flooring materials. While there are certain requirements for some materials – and we will explore these here as well – there is one common theme in subfloor preparation: starting from a clean base. This month we take a look at what this means and how it can be achieved in order to give your new floor a flawless look that will last for longer.