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Skirting Can Complete The Look Of Wooden Floors

Skirting Can Complete The Look Of Wooden Floors


Posted in Skirting & Mouldings by Source on April 13rd 2012
When you're installing new wood flooring, it's important to bear in mind that, as with many things in life, the devil's in the detail. To get the very best results, it's important to adopt a rigorous approach. Of course, choosing the very best flooring is key. If you don't succeed in this, you'll have fallen at the first hurdle.Luckily, getting your hands on superb solid and engineered hardwood floors has never been easier. Here at Source Wood Floors we offer an array of products that could be perfect for you and your home and you will be positively spoiled for choice if you take a look at our online catalogue. Meanwhile, after you've selected your flooring of choice, there are those little extras to consider and one of the most important is skirting. This can really help to enhance the overall look of your room and give it that extra edge of class and sophistication. Skirting, which goes around the perimeter of rooms, is perfect as a means of covering the expansion gap between the floor and the wall. Because of this, it can help your rooms to look more complete and luxurious.Just like our solid and engineered wood floors, the skirting products we offer are second to none in terms of quality and style. This means you can rest assured they will look the part in your home.Other accessories you may benefit from considering are special treatment products, such as waxes and oils. These can help ensure your timber continues to look its best for many years to come.

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