If you are thinking about renovating your property and doing the work yourself, you will need to use the services and advice of a professional team that will be able to tell you what type of flooring in is best for your home.
Wood flooring is exquisite, it can be polished, stained, varnished or left in its natural state. If you have rugs you can scatter them around your home, don’t hide the wood under a wall-to-wall carpet. Make it the focal point of your room. Richard Williams stocks French Oak Solid Wood Flooring and Engineering Flooring as well as quarry tiles that come in a selection of colours. You can choose from warm red tiles, or the more traditional brown or black tiles. These will give your home that rustic look.
When you order your French Oak Solid Wood Flooring from Richard Williams, you can specify which type of finish you would like. The flooring is normally unfinished, so the choice is up to you.
Engineered wood flooring is cheaper than solid wood flooring. What is it exactly? What are the differences between engineered wood flooring and solid wood flooring?
- Solid wood flooring is milled from a tree and comes in one piece.
- Engineered wood flooring is made from several layers (plies to the trade) that are bonded together using heat and pressure.
Engineered wooden flooring
Many people are not really aware of what engineered wood flooring is. Let’s try to rectify this. The top layer of flooring is made of solid wood. Under this are crossed layers of plywood that are pressed together using heat and pressure to form a strong, durable and stable core. The bottom layer is made of hardwood.
Not many people will be able to tell the difference between a wood floor and an engineered wood floor. Only you and your supplier will understand, and, of course, professional turners, joiners and other craftsmen who work with wood.
If you are conscious of the environment and try to minimise your carbon footprint, then engineered wood flooring is the best choice for you. Engineered wooden flooring uses between 30 and 60 percent less wood than conventional timber. It can be made from small, fast-growing trees, so is the sustainable option.
Apart from the ecological benefits of using engineered wood flooring from Richard Williams, it is easy on the eye. It will add warmth and colour to the plainest of rooms and cheer up drab spaces.
You can use leftover pieces of flooring to make patio furniture, or to make shelves for your kitchen or other rooms. You can spread the beauty around your home. Flooring doesn’t have to be used solely on floors. Be creative, experiment and see how you can add a certain flair, warmth and beauty to your home with a little imagination! Order a little more flooring than you need so that you can be creative.
Another benefit of engineered wood is that it is stronger and more durable than conventional timber. It is also straighter and stiffer, so there is less chance of it warping or shrinking.
Real wood flooring
There are several reasons for purchasing French Oak flooring.
- The beauty of real wood will add lustre to your home.
- French Oak flooring has an ageless quality and will never go out of fashion.
- Wood doesn’t trap dust particles or your pet’s dander, so it’s a great choice for allergy sufferers.
- French Oak flooring is a real investment. It will be a selling point if you decide to sell your home at a later date. Many people love looking at real wood flooring, and who can blame them? It undoubtedly has a rare aesthetic quality. It is also durable and can last for generations.
- A real wood floor adds value to your property.
French Oak extract is good for your health
It was recently discovered that French Oak wood extracts are now marketed because they are beneficial to our lives, who would have thought it? It seems that the extracts can eliminate toxins from our bodies.
Not only can we use French Oak flooring to brighten up our homes, but the extracts from the wood can help support our livers!
If you are seriously considering renovating your home and are in the market for new flooring, contact Richard Williams for flooring in North Wales.