Sally and Ted Green of Harrogate had decided that the replacement for their tired old axminster carpet was to be a hard floor. They were uncertain if they should have wood or laminate. Ted was concerned that wood might be costly, and require periodic maintenance. They did not know if a hardfloor could be fitted directly to their boards, or what to do about a few steps in their room. What they needed more than anything else was help!
Sally and Ted came to see us. As we discussed the options, it became clear that liquid vinyl tiles (LVT) were a possible solution, as they cost less than wood, and are much easier and thus more cost effective to install than laminate. Sally and Ted settled on the Touch range by Adore as they loved the wood grain detail and natural looking colour.
When Dave, our lead installer and I went out to estimate, we saw that the sub floor was a little uneven, and had a few small holes in it. Dave suggested that the floor be boarded, and to give a beautiful neat finish, the skirting boards be removed and reattached once the floor was fitted. A mattwell was created behind the exterior door and fitted out in coir to prevent possible abrasion. Dave, being a skilled joiner by trade, could easily do all the works himself, and so could see the job all the way through.INSTALLATION BRIEF
"We are so pleased with our floor. We really didnt know much about hard flooring, and Woodwards staff were very patient and knowledgeable with our questions. It was nice that they took the time. We are very happy customers!."
Sally & Ted Green