Flooring comes in various finishes/materials with kitchens a hard wearing floor is a must have item, check out the guide below to decide which is best for you.
Probably the biggest growth in the last 20yrs has been the vinyl floor market, available in single tiles/planks depending on whether a tiled or wood plank effect is desired. This floor is usually in-expensive, room temperature, impact resistant, hard wearing and versatile so it’s no surprise vinyl’s popularity is on the rise.
Ceramic/Porcelain tiles have always been a popular choice when a natural tiled look is required or if the client would like under-floor heating as it holds the heat well. Probably the hardest wearing is porcelain in natural stone effect finishes, making this option easy to live with day to day.
If a rustic/natural look is required by a client then it’s hard to ignore the option of natural stone. From natural limestone, sandstone and slate a luxurious feel and high quality feel simply cannot be surpassed.
Available in engineered (base timber base with finished timber on top) and solid construction giving warmth, character and luxury feel. Timber is a popular choice where the flooring needs to continue to other areas in the client’s property, it also blends very well with most finishes too.