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Looking To Update You Home Office

Looking To Update You Home Office

Posted in Wood Flooring by Source on January 30th 2014

Looking to update you home office.

Want a home office you don't have to shut the door on? Be inspired by our fabulous wood flooring. We have a huge range of Flooring to suit any style of home or budget. From popular and economical laminate flooring, through to quality solid wood flooring, we've got it covered.

If you’re one of the many who is lucky enough to be able to work from home, whether it’s for the duration of the working week or on a more infrequent basis, it’s really important to ensure that you have a home office which is fit for purpose.  If you don’t feel satisfied with the look of your office, you could find yourself feeling a little unsettled- and this isn’t the best way to feel when you have mountains of paperwork and emails to get through. Engineered Hardwood Floors is a favourite and top pick for any room in your home, and especially the home office.

It’s composed of entirely real wood but is layered, and the top layer can be done in virtually any colour or style. One way of ensuring that your home office looks amazing and which will contribute to the perfect working environment is investing in wooden flooring. As well as looking fantastic and helping you to create a contemporary looking office, wooden flooring is also a great investment as it’s so durable and long lasting- so you can rest assured that you’ll be working in a beautiful and productive office for a very long time.

Wood flooring are available in two variants that fall under the definition of ‘real wood’. One is the traditional type often referred to as solid wood, while a close alternative is referred to as engineered wood. In the vast number of projects, either solid or engineered would fill the role of flooring solution well, however in unusual cases only one type should be fitted.

Always save pieces or parts of any floor you lay down so that a portion can be replaced in the future if necessary. The top pick is engineered hardwood as a home office which is fit for purpose not only means an office which is equipped with everything which you need to work efficiently and effectively and which is roomy, but also an office which looks good. Depending on your subfloor, these planks of engineered hardwood can be click and place, with the help of nails or glue. Always save pieces or parts of any floor you lay down so that a portion can be replaced in the future if necessary and think that our floors are one of the most misunderstood renovation items in homes generally and in the home office particularly. We walk on them and put our furniture on them, and of course they are vital to a home’s function, but what more do they need to be, in order to function well for your home office?


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