Here at Direct Wood Flooring, we take pride in our ability to bring you the highest quality wood flooring products at unbeatable prices. This is a commitment that shines through in our brand new Marylebone range of Engineered Wood Flooring.
The countdown is officially on to this year’s World Cup Finals. Whoever you’re supporting, this tournament is sure to be one full of entertainment. How are you getting behind your home nation?
Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) are an incredibly popular flooring option in both domestic and commercial properties. It’s well-known for imitating wood and tile with flawless results. Whilst LVT on its own is a thing of beauty, many people choose to enhance their look using feature strips. We’ve put together this complete guide to help you see the impressive difference LVT feature strips can make to your brand new flooring!
When it comes to wood flooring, you don’t get more beautiful than our brand new range of Engineered Wood Flooring. Looking to instill a timeless elegance, worthy of one of the world’s most famous palaces? Look no further than our new range of Smoked Oak Versailles Parquet Tiles.
When you purchase brand new flooring, you want the best quality. This expectation of quality doesn’t stop with the product, either. Once your new flooring arrives, it need to be fitted to the highest standard. Whilst we may not offer a fitting service here at Direct Wood Flooring, you can check out our guide on how to find yourself a wood flooring fitter for some helpful tips. If you’re handy with your DIY and would like to fit it yourself, we’ve put together this handbook on how to lay Laminate Flooring to guide you through the process.
In our previous post, we introduced our three-part series of blogs covering the different installation method available for your flooring. In part one, we gave you the full low-down on floating floors as a flooring fixing method. We covered how it works, as well as its pros and cons. Next up, we look at glue-down installations as a fixing method for new floors.
There are a number of factors to consider when deciding on which flooring to purchase. While we typically base our decisions on aesthetics, practicality also holds significant importance. You could be torn between two choices for your kitchen flooring, or whether to install yourself or find a flooring fitter to do the job for you. The latter depends on how comfortable you are with DIY, and which installation method your new flooring uses. There are three main flooring fixing methods: Floating Floors, Glue Down and Secret Nailing. To help you decide which is best for you, we’ve put together a series of guides. Each explains the uses of each specific fixing method, which flooring types are suitable, and the benefits and drawbacks of each one. In the first part on this series, we’re looking at Floating Floor installations.
The increasing popularity of Laminate Flooring pays testament to the quality of it as a product. Often seen as a cheaper alternative to Wood Flooring, no doubt you’re used to seeing imitation wood designs across Laminate ranges. However, there’s so many more styles available. It is no longer seen as just replicating wood’s style.