You’ve done the research, looked around at all the options, and decided that Hybrid flooring is the perfect choice for your home or office space - smart decision.
Not only does Hybrid flooring mimic the look and texture of timber with the best performance properties of laminate and vinyl, but it’s also waterproof and highly scratch resistant.
We all know that many interior design trends come and go, but the enduring appeal of timber flooring remains ever constant in many Australian homes.
When it comes to choosing the best timber flooring however, it’s important to consider exactly what you require in terms of look, feel, durability, ease of installation and cleaning.
Not only is vinyl flooring easy to maintain, but it’s also easy to install. So long as you lay out the planks properly, you’ll have a floor that looks great and lasts for years. In this article, we'll walk you through the whole process step by step. That way, you can get the hard work done faster and spend more time admiring your new floors.
If you’ve got existing ceramic tile floors at home or your business, then you might be wondering how you can update those floors.
The good news is that you can absolutely float laminate, hybrid and timber floors over ceramic tiles.
Laying down timber floorboards can be a little more involved than laying down other kinds of floorboards, especially if you’re using glue to set them in place. However, the results can be well worth it: a beautiful, hardwood floor once you’re done! But how exactly should you go about it? Well, that’s exactly what we plan to answer with this helpful guide.
For many Australians, hybrid floors continue to be a popular choice. Not only are they more affordable than timber floorboards, they’re also waterproof, resilient and long-lasting. But what is it about these floorboards that make them so durable? For this, we’ll need to look at how they’re made.
If you’re looking for a stylish, modern take on traditional timber flooring then engineered timber might be the choice for you. This multilayer flooring fixes a real timber veneer on top of a plywood core, giving your floors a classic appearance with a solid base. Best of all, these floors are less expensive than your traditional timber floors without sacrificing quality. This is in addition to a host of other benefits:
Any floor can look amazing so long as it suits your home. A vinyl floor can be great for a sleek, contemporary look while a well-placed timber floor might just add that touch of class you’re after. It all comes down to what you need. Keep in mind that our floors are all pet and kid-friendly too. So no matter which floor you choose, the whole family can enjoy it!
Vinyl Plank Floors are a breeze to maintain. Because they’re waterproof and scratch-resistant, they’re much easier to clean than hardwood or porcelain. However, they should also be treated with care to retain their stunning appearance. And in this article we’ll look at what you need to do to keep these floors in tip-top condition.
If you’re cost-savvy but still wanting the durability of timber flooring, you’ve probably explored different flooring options from Engineered timber floorboards to Hybrid flooring.
Perhaps you’ve come across the term ‘Timber Hybrid’ and are interested to know more about our newly launched Timber Hybrid flooring and how it measures up to Engineered Timber floors when it comes to longevity and aesthetic.