I am very pleased with the final wooden floor. Thank you very much for getting it sorted. I wanted to thank you and the rest of your team for an excellent service. We are very happy with the end result.
Thanks for all your help with laying my new wooden flooring at the shop, you and your team worked in a highly professional manner at short notice.
Thewooden flooring looks lovely, thank you. The boys you sent were an extremely efficient and pleasant team. A joy to have in the house.

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How to Choose the Perfect Wooden Flooring for Your Home

Picking the perfect wooden flooring doesn't have to be a headache. Take a moment to check out these five simple tips, and waltz your way into a new look for your lounge, kitchen or bathroom (or any other room for that matter!). Once you've made your choice, contact our London floor fitters for the best possible quote.

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Style matters
The style you choose will offset everything else in your room – and potentially helps to create the overall atmosphere of your home. Choose a style that suits both the design and period of your property and the effect you are trying to achieve. If, for example, you have a period property, look for floor tones and floorboard effects that match the age: wider boards, and darker tones. Note that the colour of your wooden flooring is going to affect the apparent size of your room (see below) depending on the colour of the walls and the amount of natural light the room gets.

Colour and finish
Your wooden floor solution needs to match the colour of your home, as well as the style and period. Many homes in London have rooms that don't get much natural light: choosing a lighter colour of flooring can help to reflect what light you do get, and make the room feel more open and airy. Your floor fitter can advise on suitable colours for different spaces within your home, if you are having trouble deciding for yourself. Darker floor colours can work very well with white or light walls, and in rooms that have access to a good amount of natural light.

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Skirting and architraves
Be sure to chose the floor finish that's appropriate for the other fixings in your room – your floor needs to match the skirting board and architrave types and colours you have in place. Note as well that the depth of varnish you add to your wooden flooring makes a huge difference to the finished effect. High gloss can create an extremely dramatic look, with lights reflected in the shine on the floor – but is also higher maintenance.

All floors, wooden and otherwise, must perform the function for which a room is designed. Wooden flooring in a bathroom, for example, must be watertight, and non-slip when wet. Consider the use of your room when you start looking at the floor your fitter is going to put in. A heavy-duty grade floor is suitable for hallways and other areas that experience a significant amount of foot traffic. Darker colours show up dirt and scratches more easily. Middle range colours are better at hiding scuffs and spillages.

Sample before you decide
It's vital that you order samples of the wooden flooring you think you want, and give yourself a chance to look at it in situ. You'll never know exactly what the tone and size of a wooden floorboard will look like in your house until you have placed it next to the walls of the room in question.

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Look at the big picture
Remember that the floor you design is part of a bigger picture: your whole home. Make sure that the colours and finished blend with the floors around you: both carpets and hard floors. Consider your furniture too. If you have sofas and chairs with hard legs or wheels, they may scrape or mark a wooden floor. Use wheel cups to protect the surface.

Wooden flooring

Have you ever wondered, what kind of wooden floorings can you get in London? People at Wooden Flooring Fitters do a lot of different kinds of Floorings, such as: Laminate, Solid Wood, Engineered Wood, Parquet, etc...

These are the most popular types of wooden flooring that are being added in today houses.

Flooring Fitters use only the best quality wood that is checked for quality and longevity beforehand. The types of floorings available all vary, with different benefits and uses. Wooden floor looks really good in today houses, but that is a matter of taste and liking.

Wooden floors can last over 100 years and are extremely hard to break or damage as most of the wood you can choose is very dense and hardened while maintaining smoothness and softness. Most of the floors you can get are without small wood pieces that stick out, the floor is perfectly smooth.