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Laminate Flooring

  • Wood Flooring for the Trade at Wood and Beyond

    At Wood and Beyond, our Trade Clients are extremely important to us. In fact, all our clients are important to us, but we know that for our Trade Clients, their reputation and client trust depend our quality, service and delivery. This is why we make it our goal to reach out to our Trade Clients in a way that gives them confidence, a great deal and a superb service – not just once; but every time. No matter whether you’re looking for a wood floor supplier, a hardwood decking supplier or a source of solid wood worktops at great prices, combined with guaranteed quality, you’re in the right place. At Wood and Beyond, we boast one of the UK’s biggest ranges of quality flooring, decking and worktops, so you’ll never feel compromised ... READ MORE >

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  • Differences in Hardwood Flooring

    Hardwood wood flooring is hardwood flooring I hear you say, but to be honest, you couldn’t be further from the truth if this is how you are thinking. Hardwood flooring is a term that used to refer pretty much to solid wood flooring and solid wood flooring alone. However, the whole hardwood flooring market has changed and expanded in recent years, so if you’re about to make a purchase, it makes good sense to go out into the market equipped with the knowledge you’ll need to make the right decisions for your project. In this article, we hope to demystify some of the terminology used in the hardwood flooring market, so when you start to shop around, you’ll know exactly what you’re up against. What is hardwood flooring? As we’ve a ... READ MORE >

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  • Kitchen Flooring: What to Look For

    There are few interior design projects more exciting than re-doing an old kitchen or planning a new kitchen from scratch. I don’t know about you, but doing a quick survey across the Wood and Beyond team in the office here, the kitchen truly is the hub of our homes. Everything from socializing with friends, busy breakfasts, huddled homework, impromptu drinks, good times and bad, our kitchens see it all. So if you’re in the process of either re-looking or renovating an old kitchen or are planning a new one from scratch, we want to help you with one of your biggest decisions. Your kitchen flooring. In this article we’ll share with you what you should be looking for when you make your choices. Some of the most popular choices for kitch ... READ MORE >

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  • Want Quiet Wood Flooring? Here’s How

    Wood flooring sometimes gets an unfair reputation for being noisy. Yes, agreed, in the good old days, when solid wood floors were old and creaky and before soundproofing underlay and insulation were available, this might have been the case, but it certainly needn’t be the case today. It’s a fact that wood is a hard surface, there’s no getting away from that. However, that doesn’t mean that your room needs to be come an echoey wall of sound just because you have a wood floor! While there are various industrial solutions to quietening wood floors in the likes of gyms, dance halls and the likes, this sort of extreme measure shouldn’t really be required in a domestic setting. Likewise, there are some experts who hail floating wood fl ... READ MORE >

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  • The Length Of The Flooring Boards - A Critical Element Within Interior Design Approach

    The floor installed in your house considerable affects the look and the history of the area. Depending on your character and preferences you can also chose different wooden products as well as certain ways of the board installation. Usually choosing a floor can be a really difficult process as there are thousands of wooden items apparently similar to each other, however completely different at a better look. It’s worth underlining that those small details of the products makes the whole difference in terms of aspect. As probably noticed there are some distinct specifications in terms of thickness, width, shade, shine and lengths of the board. Since all other details are well discussed and most obvious while fitting the floor, the lengt ... READ MORE >

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  • Check Your Subfloor Before Fitting Wood Flooring

    When you are planning to invest in a new wood floor, one essential item on your checklist should be your subfloor. Sadly, something that’s often ignored, your subfloor plays a much more important part in the look and the longevity of your wood floor than you might give it credit for. So, before you go ahead and lay a newly purchased wood floor, take the time to check out what lies below. Here are some things you need to think about… Find out what your subfloor is made of The first thing you you need to establish is the material of your subfloor. The most common subfloors are wooden planks and concrete. If you have already ordered your floor but haven’t braved the task of ripping up your existing floor covering to see what lies below ... READ MORE >

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  • Shabby Chic Wood Flooring

    Shabby chic as an interiors term was first aired by The World of Interiors Magazine in the 1980s. A style that was quickly adopted in the UK and the US, shabby chic is all about re-creating the look of big country houses that have been handed down the generations without many changes being made over the years. Characterised by aged and distressed pieces of furniture as well as faded linens, it’s clear to see the appeal of this look. If you fancy giving a room in your home, or indeed your whole home a shabby chic look, it’s easier than you might think. And the good news is, with a bit of planning you can easily turn the end result from excellent to exceptional without calling for much in the way of additional investment. So where do y ... READ MORE >

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  • Wood Flooring Direct At Wood And Beyond

    If you’re in search of either a replacement wood floor or your first wood floor, you’re sure to be shopping around, making lists and deciding which is the best way to go for you. When making their final choice about which wood floor option to choose, one of the biggest decisions people seem to struggle over is whether to buy on the High Street or to buy online. While most people accept that buying wood flooring direct, or online is the cheaper, for some reason they are apprehensive about buying from someone that they can’t visit or see. In some respects this is understandable, but there are some situations where you can have all the peace of mind of a face-to-face relationship and all the benefits of buying online. So how can this b ... READ MORE >

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  • Which Is Better Plywood Or Chipboard Sub Floor?

    If you are considering improving your sub floor with either a layer of plywood or chipboard, you may well be debating which would be more effective.  In this article we hope to be able to help you make the right decision for your project by guiding you through various steps.  Here are the things we’ll look at: ü  What is plywood? ü  What is chipboard? ü  Which is cheaper? ü  Which is best? ü  Is one better suited to engineered wood floor than the other? ü  Is one better suited to solid wood floor than the other? ü  Which is easier to install? ü  How do you decide? What is plywood? Plywood, as the name suggests, is a wood product that is made up of thin layers or plies of wood veneer that are glued together to form a s ... READ MORE >

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  • Engineered Vs. Laminate Flooring Which Is Better?

    There’s real confusion between engineered wood flooring and laminate flooring.  It’s really common for people to mistakenly assume that they are one and the same thing.  In fact this couldn’t be further from the truth.  While both of these flooring options have their pros and cons, confusing one with the other is like confusing apples with pears.  If you’re in a situation where you’re almost tossing a coin between engineered wood and laminate flooring, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty of the differences. In this article, we’ll start by briefly defining what’s meant by the different terms, so you’re clear about what you’re dealing with.  Thereafter, we’ll look at the pros and cons of each in terms of cos ... READ MORE >

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