How did it all start?
Do you export internationally?
How does this all work?
Where does your Reclaimed wood come from?
Where does your new wood come from?
What is Prime grade and how much does it cost?
What does engineered wood mean?
Why chose a 16mm engineered board and not a 21mm board?
Can I sand my pre-finished floor if I don’t like the colour in the future?
Are your floors guaranteed?
It has been known for other companies to offer a 30 year warranty with their floor and floor finish. We would advise that you read the small print because for the most part it is not possible to guarantee a floor finish simply because we cannot guarantee how the floor will react to potential hazards such as fire, acid, chemicals, physical damage etc.Wood is a natural product and not as hard as metal or stone, dings appearing over a period of time are to be expected. However, with correct aftercare our floors will last for centuries. Akin to the fine European wooden floors passed on from generation to generation, the story within the surface becomes its’ greatest asset.
We offer a manufacturing guarantee with all of our engineered floors against de-lamination, provided the flooring has been laid correctly and the boards have not been subject to floor temperature of over 27 degrees. (British Standards Specification)
What does tongue and groove mean?
What is a micro bevel?
Can you explain how to fit one of your floors?
What does a “floating” floor mean?
Can you give me an estimate on fitting costs?
Is it okay to have my builder lay the floor?
Can I use solid wood with under floor heating?
I don’t like the filler that is used to fill the knots of your engineered boards, can you remove this?
I’m worried that the cracks & Knots in the wood and the knots will open up, will this happen?
I’m worried that the grade of wood that I order is not going to be the same as the grade of wood that arrives, is this an issue?
I’m worried about choosing reclaimed wood for my project because of the inherent inconsistences with reclaimed wood, how do you solve this problem?
I’m worried about the wood floor surface scratching, what do you advise?
I’m worried about the colour variation within a product. Should I be concerned?
What is the cost of Oak flooring?- How much does wood flooring cost?
How much does Engineered wood flooring cost?
What types of wood flooring platforms are there?
How much does wood flooring installation cost?
What is the choice of wood floor colours?
What is the thickness of Engineered wood flooring?
Can I use underlay with Engineered wood flooring?
Can I have a wooden floor with underfloor heating?
How do I install underfloor heating under my wooden floor?
Can I lay solid wood flooring on floorboards?
How do I install electric underfloor heating on wooden floors?
How do I lay Engineered wood flooring?
How do I lay Parquet Flooring?
Can I lay wood flooring on concrete?
Should I be worried about the temperature of underfloor heating and my wooden floors?
Can I use electric floor heating with wooden floors?
How do I clean wood floors?
Which wood floor is best? Which wood floor should I use?
Should I match my wood flooring throughout the house?
Can wood flooring be installed over ceramic tiles?
Will my cupped wood floors flatten?
Can wood floors be steam cleaned?
What type of wood flooring is most durable?
A waxed floor will never require sanding and sealing. Over time the beauty of the floor will be enhanced by scratches, scuffs, dents etc. Some would say that a waxed floor requires more maintenance than either Polyurethane or Oil. This is true to some extent, initially at least. However, in the long run, wax is favourable. Wax is a “little and often” approach to maintenance.
What wood flooring is best if I have dogs?
Does having wood flooring increase my house value? / Does wood flooring increase home values?
What wood flooring is best for the kitchen and bathroom?
For peace of mind, we always recommend using engineered wood flooring.
However, it really depends on how a person takes a shower or bath, and the relative humidity. Engineered is a better option but this doesn’t mean you cannot use solid.
How to choose the right stain for wood flooring?
What is our more resistant wood?
Oak is a hardwood and perfect for flooring, surface durability is down to the sealant used, cleaning and aftercare which is very important.