Tuesday, 27 October 2020


Considering a house improvement project this winter? In 2020 flooring producers will be generating more appearances that will mimic the most recent texture trends and the most pursued flooring design. Below are a few key flooring options to refresh your area using a new look!


Hardwood -- Wood floors can be found from high quality manufacturers like Armstrong, Bella Cera, and Anderson to name a couple. Engineered hardwood is fabricated with layers of plywood-like wood. Solid wood flooring are created from conventional hardwood planks created from one piece of wood. Tuscan Oak, White Oak, Soft Ash Wood are still some key trends which are popping off of pinterest and into houses. What"timber" you enjoy on your living space?


Vinyl flooring is a highly popular choice and a fantastic selection and with advanced technologies vinyl manufacturers may produce realistic, waterproof floors that look like hardwood, tile or stone. Luxury vinyl plank flooring can be made to seem like handscraped, exotic wood species as well as grains. If you'd like comfort and durability from the high traffic areas of your home, vinyl flooring is a stunning and economic choice!


If you're looking for tile that's softer underfoot, engineered vinyl is a fantastic alternative. Your feet will appreciate the more comfortable texture, as well as it is easier to clean and maintain.

Today's many styles and layout options can be a reflection of your character and what seems comfortable and practical for your own family. As the homeowner you can increase the design of your home, with the upgrade of new floors -- be it wood, tile or vinyl.

At FLOOR SANDING LONDON, we're here to help steer you in the right direction and narrow down those gorgeous flooring styles to locate the perfect flooring for your house, that matches any fashion, any budget. Tell us what you are envisioning and let us make your vision come alive. Call us at: 020 3369 4505 or click on the link here to be given a free in home inspection. Let us make a room you'll want to come home to!

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