We provide wood flooring renovations in all kinds of properties across North Wales, Cheshire and Wirral. The results can be incredible and make your wood floor look almost new again. See some examples of our wood floor restorations and renovations for yourself.
While a solid wood floor can last for decades, it will look a little tired and worn after several years of heavy use and a few accidents along the way. You may have scuffs, scratches and dents in your own floor. Our renovation services can breathe new life into your floor and save you money compared to a new installation.
Solid wooden floor renovation takes time and careful work, but our qualified fitters and renovators are more than up to the job.
At Wood Floor Solutions NW, we offer three flooring restoration services to provide fixes, restoration, and care for your wooden floor:
If you’re unsure, contact us and we will advise on the best option for your floor, whether it's solid wooden flooring or laminate flooring.
Our parquet block service includes full installation and fitting of parquet flooring, whether this is a single block to a whole floor. We fit new or reclaimed wooden block flooring, and apply repairs and maintenance. We do this across North Wales, Cheshire and Wirral.
Our full parquet flooring options include:
Parquet flooring is a traditional and classy style of wood flooring, characterised by geometric mosaics of squares, triangles or lozenges. The style has grown increasingly popular in recent years, as people look for that timeless feel to an otherwise modern room, or as part of a renovation to an old property.
You can see an example of our parquet flooring in North Wales in the image, right, of a school in St Asaph. See more examples of our parquet flooring work.
The difference between new and reclaimed parquet flooring is whether the wood is from new trees or has been used for another purpose already.
Reclaimed wood is generally a more eco-friendly way of obtaining wood, and is often harder than new woods and feature a more weathered look, which some people desire.
The difference between solid wood and engineered wood flooring is that solid wood floors are made from planks that come from a single piece of timber, whereas engineered wood is made up of several layers of different wood types, with the layer you see and walk on being the “top layer”.
Should I choose solid wood or engineered wood flooring?
The main benefit to solid wood flooring is that future repairs are relatively easy and cheap, especially as the material can be sanded, resurfaced, oiled and refinished many times. With engineered wood, repairs and maintenance can be more difficult and expensive, depending on the thickness of the top layer.
However, engineered wood can look just as good as solid wood but is often less prone to changes in moisture and heat, and is therefore suitable on top of underfloor heating systems (whereas solid wood isn’t). Engineered wood is still created from real wood, except it’s made of several layers, with the top layer being the one that you are really paying for, which means it can be less expensive than solid wood.
At Wood Floor Solutions NW, we offer you many choices of wood for both solid wood and engineered wood flooring, including:
Whichever you choose, the fully qualified fitters at Wood Floor Solutions will ensure your new solid wood or engineered flooring is installed to an exceptionally high standard, and is built to last.
See some of our solid wood and engineered wood flooring work. Contact us today for a free quote or to simply discuss the pros and cons of each option. laminate flooring
Kahrs engineered oak fitted near Denbigh North Wales.
Laminate is very durable and easy to clean, making it an ideal choice for a busy kitchen, hallway or living room. And because it’s made from a synthetic material, laminate flooring can be chosen from a range of realistic wood, stone, and slate-looking finishes.
Should I choose laminate or solid wood?
Homeowners and builders often choose laminate flooring over solid wood floors for a number of reasons. Firstly, laminate is harder to scratch than hardwood surfaces.
Secondly, it can often come down to preference of style. Many homeowners are now favouring a stone and slate-inspired look to their rooms, and laminate gives them this option. Also, laminate flooring is very low maintenance, fairly inexpensive, it lasts a long time and is ideal for many commercial uses.
If you’re looking for a truly unique and eco-friendly floor that will last decades, choose solid wood. If you want a stone or slate look, or require a less expensive way of achieving wood effect, laminate could well be the option for you.
As always, get in touch with us Wood Floor Solutions NW today and we will be more than happy to advise on the best option for us. See some of our laminate flooring work.