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Take A Look At Wood Floors: 2

Take A Look At Wood Floors: 2

Posted in Wood Flooring News by Source on April 6th 2011


Your kitchen is one of the most important places in your home. It’s where you cook and socialize. So the kitchen is often a room that people naturally gather in,  which means that the flooring in this room needs to be durable enough to withstand a high volume of traffic. Although naturally you have to think about the overall cost of your flooring, you do not need to compromise on the appearance, as here at Sourcewoodfloors we are sure that we will have the flooring you like at a price that will suite your budget. 

For the older home, it is hard to beat the beauty of solid hardwood flooring. Oak is a popular choice, although other types of wood available include walnut, ash, maple and many exotic species. 

Aside from their beauty, wood floors are warm, comfortable and extremely long lasting. If you are looking for a natural looking floor, be it contemporary or rustic, wide or thin plank, dark or light, wood effect or tile effect, we have everything you need. 

We also have a great section in Laminate flooring, which is a perfect mixture between the attractive appearance of solid wood floor and the low price, low maintenance benefits of laminate. 

Before making your decision, also take a look at our Aqua- step waterproof flooring; 100% waterproof, it is perfect for kitchens. Aqua-Step is 30% more sound absorbing than traditional wood laminate. Moreover, Aqua-Step adapts itself to the surrounding temperature in an exceptional manner which makes it feel comfortably warm and cosy. 

For more ideas on flooring take a look at our  flooring collections at www.sourcewoodfloors.co.uk.


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