Tongue and Groove vs Click Flooring

Tongue and Groove vs Click Wood Flooring

In amongst different variations of wood species, composition and design, there is another factor that those looking for a new Wood Flooring to consider; fitting mechanisms. Generally speaking, there are three main choices that fall into this category: tongue and groove, click, and solid blocks. As solid blocks are fairly self-explanatory, we’re going to put the spotlight on the remaining two. It’s tongue and groove versus click – who comes out on top?

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How to Fit Laminate Video

How to Fit Laminate Flooring: How-To Video

Laminate Flooring is proving an ever-more popular choice for homeowners and commercial property tenants. Considering the huge variation in designs, its long-lasting durability and a cost-effective price point, its rising popularity is certainly justified. There’s also one, often determining, factor that makes Laminate so appealing; how easy it is to install. Even novice DIY’ers can try their hand at laying their own flooring. That’s why we’ve put together the go-to-guide for anyone who’d like to fit their new Laminate Flooring themselves.

Read on to watch our how to fit laminate flooring video.

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Uses for Leftover Wood Flooring

Leftover Wood Flooring: 4 Creative Ideas

When you buy wood flooring, it’s highly unlikely you’ll use up every last piece. Here at Direct Wood Flooring, we suggest that you allow for wastage when calculating how many packs you should order. So what are you supposed to do with leftover wood flooring? You’ve made an investment in the flooring, so you wouldn’t want to waste it by throwing it away. We’ve got four creative ideas for you to try to make sure none of your money goes to waste!

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Repair Damaged Concrete Subfloor

Repairing a Damaged Subfloor

A brand new wood floor can completely change the dynamics of a room in your home or commercial property. Although it’s exciting to choose the perfect flooring, there’s preparation work that needs to be done first. One of the most important factors when it comes to your new flooring is your type of subfloor. A structurally sound and level subfloor is necessary to have your flooring looking its best. If it’s damaged, this can lead to uneven wearing and be detrimental to its longevity. So, what do you need to do when you’ve got a damaged subfloor?

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