5 tips for choosing the perfect floor

Looking to get a new floor? don't worry we're here to help. We’ve gathered together five of our tops tips to help you choose the perfect floor for your home.

Living room with grey couch and table on laminate flooring


1. Fit it around your lifestyle

If you have pets, then you may want to think about getting a laminate or vinyl floor. They are built with a protective layer on top, making them scratch resistant from your pet's nails. Additionally, they are both water-resistant which leads to an easy clean-up. Making them excellent for a family home with young children.

2. Consider the room

You will want to consider the room of choice when picking a new floor, as some flooring is more suited within different areas in a house. Kitchens and bathrooms are usually the most hazardous places, so it's practical to have vinyl or laminate flooring for ease of cleaning. In the living room, you will want to feel cosy and so our range of luxury carpets are perfect. which our range of luxury carpets can provide you with. In the bedrooms, you will often be spending a lot of time barefoot so a carpet will be best suited, as you will want something snug underfoot. Hallways and stairs will need some durable carpet since these are the highest traffic areas within a house and withstand a lot of footfall.

3. Your Style

When picking a floor, it's important to remember the style and look you're after. Whether that’ll be modern or traditional, we have a massive range of designs for you to choose from here.

4. Budget

With our massive range of flooring, we've got something to suit various budgets.  When booking a home visit, it’s ideal that you have a budget in mind so one of our sales advisors can choose the perfect flooring within the cost. We provide free underlay, door grippers, and door plates with every order, so you don't have to worry about any additional charges on the final bill. We offer flexible payment options, so you can enjoy luxury flooring without having to pay out the full amount up front.

5. Maintenance

Do you like cleaning or is it a chore for you? Laminates and vinyl don't require that much maintenance and can be mopped once a fortnight, perfect for those who don’t like cleaning regularly. However, with carpet, they are more high maintenance and require vacuuming regularly and a deep clean once a year.

Mop and cleaning tools on wooden floor

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