Puppies & Flooring

Posted on 7th January 2016

  In the New Year, get ready to see loads of puppy videos and pictures splashed across social media as people decide to invest in a four-legged friend over the festive period.  What about that toilet training phase and the effect it will have on your current flooring? How can you make sure there is […]

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Real Christmas Tree and Flooring

Posted on 11th December 2015

    There’s nothing like a real Christmas tree to get you in the festive spirit.  Not only is it absolutely on trend, but it also looks and smells much better than a fake tree.  What could be more Christmasy than the fresh smell of a real Christmas tree in your home.  A real tree […]

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Carpet or Laminates for Rented Property?

Posted on 16th April 2015

For both landlords and homeowners, when you are looking to makeover your property the renovation process always proves difficult. The flooring in a property has a huge impact in how appealing the interior design of a property can be to potential tenants. Take a look at our summary of the strengths & weaknesses of laminate […]

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DIY lands thousands of Brits in hospital each year

Posted on 28th March 2013

This year, an estimated 220,000 Britons will end up in their local accident and emergency unit as a result of a do-it-yourself (DIY) project gone wrong. That’s according to data from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), which shared the information with fenlandcitizen.co.uk. It revealed that inappropriate use of machinery or tools will […]

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Demand for flooring and carpet to increase

Posted on 14th March 2013

World demand for carpets and flooring will increase, according to prnewswire.com. By 2016, demand is expected to be at 18.6 billion square metres with an approximate rise of five per cent a year. This is a marked improvement from the rate of 2006-2011 as many countries continue to recover from the financial crisis of 2008. The […]

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