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How to Choose Your Flooring?

The fundamental most important point to consider when choosing a flooring is - how busy does that room get? Is it a high traffic area? This will determine whether you need a more durable floor.

Our Top Tips for Finding the Perfect Flooring


As many view flooring as a practical necessity, it can be easily overlooked as an element of style. Flooring is the first thing you see when you walk into a room, it should fit with the overall theme or style of the room - modern v traditional, neutral tones v colour pops.


Usually found as a tile or a plank, hard flooring can come in all sizes of square and rectangular formations. Depending on the size of the room, the size of each individual flooring piece being fit can impact the feel and aesthetics of the room. Too large a piece can make a room feel off balance, too small pieces can be more expensive as more titles will be needed.  


Whether you prefer a colour contrast or twinning tones, the colour of your flooring can make all the difference. If you have a family you may want to consider a darker colour to hide any mess little ones seem to create.


Kitchens and bathrooms are rooms frequently used by multiple people across the day. Our agglomerate floor tiles and flooring planks are perfect for withstanding countless footsteps, wet and muddy footwear and the occasional dropped utensil or broken egg.

As these options are non-porous, inherently slip-resistant materials they not only look good but are practical for resisting spills, sudden overflows in humid bathrooms and showers.

We can supply and install slimline agglomerate floor tiles in the same or contrasting colours as our decorative work surfaces. Find out more by viewing our hard flooring range.

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