natural stone vs porcelain tiles
Porcelain Tile

NATURAL STONE vs PORCELAIN TILES

A common question we’re asked is, “which is better, natural stone tiles or porcelain tiles for my kitchen?” Here’s a short guide to the pros and cons of the two types of flooring to help you make your decision.

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light flooring
Flooring inspiration

LIGHT FLOORING FOR DARK ROOMS

Can light flooring improve the natural lighting in a room? We see lots of homes in our business, and a very common problem (especially in old Cotswold homes) is a lack of natural light in a room or kitchen. This can cause a room to feel closed and dungeon like. It may be that our house

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old white limestone
Limestone Tile

FLOORING HIGHLIGHT – STUNNING OLD WHITE LIMESTONE

In this post we will be highlighting the Old White Limestone tile, it’s a firm favourite among our customers. Why Choose the Old White limestone? A classic white limestone tile quarried in Egypt, this hard wearing stone is a favourite with clients who have a space that struggles for natural light. The Old White with

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electric vs water underfloor heating
Underfloor Heating

Getting Clear on Electric vs Water Underfloor Heating

So you’ve decided to opt for underfloor heating in your new kitchen. The next question is electric vs water underfloor heating? Here are a few tips to help you make the right decision for your project. Electric Underfloor Heating Click here to buy Underfloor Heating relies on a network of wires under your floor that

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Stone Flooring

The Pros and Cons of Stone flooring

When you’re shopping for new flooring you’ll want to know which is the best option for your project and home. Here, we’ll be sharing with you the pros and cons of stone flooring. Stone Everything from limestone (pictured) and travertine to granite and slate, classic stone is an unsurprisingly popular flooring choice. The beauty of

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keeping your flooring team sweet
How to

6 tips for Keeping your flooring team sweet for a super result!

As David, our resident Tiler tells us, keeping your flooring team sweet whilst they’re working onsite is very important and can mean the difference between getting ‘a fantastic job!’ and a ‘mediocre one’. “Having worked with my guys on installations over the past 15 years I have experienced some pretty rubbish hospitality on site I

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