If you have any questions about our flooring or floor fitting services, see if they have already been answered in our FAQ below.
We serve customers situated in Cheltenham and the surrounding areas.
We can supply and fit a wide range of flooring, including Quickstep, vinyl, Karndean, Green-Flor®, engineered wood floors and carpets.
Yes. In order to provide you with an estimation, we will need to arrange an appropriate time to visit your residential or commercial premises so we can measure your rooms. Arrange a meeting with us by giving us a call today.
We aim to provide our clients with speedy turnaround times in every project we undertake. The time that it takes for us to fit your flooring will depend on the scale of the project and the type of flooring you would like fitted.
It is always best to use a cleaner specifically designed for your selected floor with a damp cloth or mop. Get in touch with us today for more specific advice relating to your flooring.
The main things that should be kept in mind include the room you will be fitting your floor in, whether or not you have underfloor heating, the way it is fitted and its durability.
It is important to make sure that your new floor is appropriate for the room it will be fitted in. We would not advise installing wooden flooring in areas prone to moisture such as bathrooms. In areas like this, it would be a good idea to opt for materials like vinyl. It is best to keep vinyl away from staircases, to prevent slips and accidents from taking place.
We would suggest dividing your space into rectangles and calculating the area of every rectangle by multiplying the width and length.
Underlays are necessary for keeping your flooring secure and creating an even base on which to lay your floors. If you have underfloor heating or a concrete subfloor, an underlay with a Damp-Proof Membrane (DPM) will be necessary. If you have a wooden subfloor, a simple foam underlay would make for a suitable choice, though we sell various options to aid sound reduction.
Eco friendly floor choices include carpet produced from natural materials such as jute, wool and seagrass, as well as sustainable wood.
If you cannot find the answer to your question in our FAQ, then get in touch with us today.