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  1. Cleaning Hardwood Floors The Right Way!
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Cleaning Hardwood Floors The Right Way!

      Adopting the right approach to cleaning your hardwood floors isn’t maybe something you think about too much, but it’s an all-important part of preserving your flooring investment and keeping it looking its best. In many ways, cleaning hardwood floors couldn’t be easier, but there are a few simple steps which are important to follow.  Following these steps will mean...
  2. How To Remove Stains From Wood Floors
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    How To Remove Stains From Wood Floors

      No matter whether your hardwood floor is new or old, once you’ve chosen and installed your new wooden floor or refurbished your old wooden floor, it’s everyone’s nightmare to get a stain.  Sometimes, when it comes to removing stains from wood floors, you’ll have some tough decisions to make. Like all things in life, stains vary in seriousness and...
  3. How To Repair Wooden Floors
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    How To Repair Wooden Floors

      The great news about wooden floors, unlike many other types of flooring is that most of the damage you are likely to throw at them can be repaired.  The method of repair you choose will depend largely on the severity of the damage your floor has suffered, and in some instances can be carried out by even the most...
  4. Benefits Of Click System Wood Flooring
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Benefits Of Click System Wood Flooring

    Click System Or Lock System Wood Flooring   There are many reasons why you may be considering installing a click (or lock) system floor.  One of the most likely is convenience and ease of fitting.  A click (or lock) system floor is made up of boards which interlock at the sides and the end.  Click or lock system flooring...
  5. Click System Wood Flooring Explained
    Categories: Engineered Flooring

    Click System Wood Flooring Explained

    Click system is available for certain types of engineered wood flooring. Each floorboard has a male and female profile that interlocks together thereby eliminating the need for glue or nail type of wood flooring fitting. The floor will float over the sub-structure and 'fixing' is achieved due to the interlocking feature of the click system. It is a cost effective...
  6. Pictures From Wood and Beyond At 2011 Creating Landscapes Show
    Categories: Hardwood Decking

    Pictures From Wood and Beyond At 2011 Creating Landscapes Show

    Creating landscapes is one of the UK's biggest trade show for garden designers, landscapers, garden decking providers and anyone involved in the gardening industry. The show was held on October 25th and the 26th at Enfield, Middlesex and was the perfect opportunity for Wood and Beyond to draw further attention to our growing range of garden decking, decking fitting service...
  7. Choosing Wood Flooring For Stairs
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Choosing Wood Flooring For Stairs

      Before choosing which wood flooring option might suit your stairs, it’s a good idea to double-check whether or not a wooden staircase is ideally suited to your entire household’s needs.  While a well fitted and good quality wooden staircase can look stunning, if you have young children, pets or elderly or infirm members of your family, you may in...
  8. Why Fit Underlay For Wood Flooring
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Why Fit Underlay For Wood Flooring

    When you’re planning the installation of a new wooden floor, it’s as important to you choose the right underlay as it is to choose the right floor.  There are lots of different types of wooden flooring underlay ( For example our Arbiton High performance Underlays offer an excellent combination of Thermal Insulation, Water Resistance and Acoustic Reduction Here are five...
  9. Hardwood Decking Costs and Types
    Categories: Hardwood Decking

    Hardwood Decking Costs and Types

      Hardwood decking is essentially flat, wood planks, laid over an outdoor area, on which you can place furniture or plant pots.  The ideal way to extend your living space and really enjoy the great outdoors, hardwood decking is a stylish and popular way to create terraces, pool surrounds and seating areas.  The hardwood used for decking is sourced from...
  10. Types Of Solid Wood Worktops
    Categories: Wooden Worktops

    Types Of Solid Wood Worktops

      If you are looking to fit a wooden worktop in your kitchen or work-place, you are likely to come across a whole plethora of wood choices.  We have created this guide to help you get an overview of the different types of solid wood worktops and their origins. Ash Wood Ash is one of the most widely available wood...
  11. How To Maintain Solid Wood Worktops?
    Categories: Wooden Worktops

    How To Maintain Solid Wood Worktops?

    Wooden kitchen worktops are made from strips or staves of solid wood.  These strips are selected, cut, graded and kiln dried to ensure a moisture level which is suitable for use in domestic kitchens. These strips or staves are then glued together to form one homogeneous panel wooden worktop. This process, known as finger jointing, gives a stable and durable...
  12. Popular Wood Flooring Fitting Methods Compared
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Popular Wood Flooring Fitting Methods Compared

      Once you’ve chosen the best floor to suit your needs and budget, you’ll need to think about which wooden floor fitting method to use.  No matter whether your floor is *solid or **engineered, it’s important to decide on a suitable fitting method to suit the floor and the conditions.  We have created this guide to help you either install...

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