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What is Engineered Wood Flooring?

Posted by admin on July 30, 2011 at 9:00 am. Filed under: Solid Wood Flooring

Peruse our virtual showroom of great flooring options and it soon becomes clear that there is a lot of choice of flooring out there. Rather than being daunted by the overwhelming choice on offer, you should see it as an oppourtunity:  only in recent times is it possible to choose exactly the right kind of flooring for your home.

This is thanks to the internet. Buying a new floor traditionally meant visiting a huge warehouse that despite its size would only offer a limited number of stock. At Nagle Flooring we are proud to offer a huge range of flooring, such as engineered wood flooring.

The chances are you haven’t heard of engineered flooring, however, when decorating your home an engineered floor is a great option, for several reasons.
Briefly, engineered flooring is flooring that is made from layers of wood that are pressed together. On top of these “layers” is usually a veneer, which determines the look of the floor. These veneers are available in all sorts of woods, such as oak, and they can really add an aesthetic quality to a living space.

Engineered flooring is especially suited to rooms such as basements or conservatories, where a traditional wooden floor may not be suitable. They deliver the same quality of a traditional wood flooring, with the advantage that they are much easier to install.

At Nagle Flooring we offer a range of cheap engineered flooring, ideal for all sorts of homes and situations. So why not see what engineered wooden flooring can do for you with Nagle Flooring.

 

Floors for Commercial Use

Posted by admin on July 25, 2011 at 9:00 am. Filed under: quick step laminate flooring

Commercial environments are often challenging environments. Unlike homes, where the most wear and tear flooring will get will be from the light wear of daily life, in a commercial context floors are often under considerable pressure.

With this in mind, flooring for commercial use is often different to that used in the home. Aesthetic value becomes less important and instead floors must work on a practical level, delivering easy maintenance and simple installation.

Commercial laminate flooring is built especially for the job. tI can withstand heavy usage, and so is ideal in a range of commercial environments such as retail. The big advantage with laminate flooring is that it is easy to clean and maintain, and is therefore made to stand heavy wear and tear, such as heavy footfall.

Laminate flooring is also easy to install. Decorating a commercial setting can be a logistical nightmare and so anything that makes it easier is helpful. Engineered and laminate floors can be cut to any size, and can be installed relatively easily, perfect for a changeable environment like a commercial setting.

The ease of use of a laminate or engineered floor does not necessarily mean a loss of aesthetic value. Modern laminates can be very stylish, and are perfect for modern commercial environments. At Nagle Flooring we stock lots of laminate and engineering floors, ideal for use in the commercial sector. For example, our pergo laminate flooring is perfect for use commercially, and offers all of the advantages you would expect from high grade laminate flooring.

 

The Right Flooring for your Home

Posted by admin on July 20, 2011 at 9:00 am. Filed under: Oak Flooring

Your home is special. It should be the place where you feel most comfortable, and so should be decorated to your own particular tastes. If decorated well, your home can say a lot about you, and reflect the best of your personality, to create a truly personal space.

One of the most important features of your home is the flooring. Of course on a practical level flooring is very important, and is designed to create a durable surface with can withstand the wear and tear of daily life. However, great floors are also about aesthetics, and a high quality floor can really enhance the quality of a living space.

The best choice of flooring will depend on how your home is decorated, as well as your own personal choice. There are loads of options for flooring out there, and so there is a floor to suit every kind of home, from family homes to bachelor pads.

You first choice is whether you want a carpeted floor or a wooden floor. At Nagle Flooring we love wooden floors, and offer all kinds of floors for all sorts of home. The benefits of wooden flooring are numerous, and they are both visually stunning and easy to care for.

Oak flooring for example can really elevate the quality of your living spaces.  Oak wood floors offers all the advantages of wooden floor, alongside inherent quality. Oak has long been known as the king of woods, and so a touch of oak can go a long way, whatever your tastes or whatever your style of home.

 

The Benefits of Laminate Flooring

Posted by admin on July 15, 2011 at 9:00 am. Filed under: quick step laminate flooring

Choice of flooring is a difficult but important decision. There are more kinds of flooring than ever, and each has its own particular advantages and disadvantages. One of the most popular kinds of flooring in modern homes is laminate flooring, which offers several advantages over all kinds of floor.

The Look

In your home it is important that every feature pulls its weight in order to create a visually appealing space. Modern laminate flooring offers a great aesthetic, and  will make a great addition to modern homes. Laminates perhaps don’t have the best reputation for style, however modern products are engineered with look in mind, and can really elevate a modern space.

Easy to Lay

Easy step laminate flooring is very easy to lay. Laying a floor can be very difficult and can create a lot of upheaval in a home. Not so with laminates, which are designed to be easy to install, ideal for when you want to efficiently redecorate your home.

Easy to Care For

Perhaps the biggest advantage of laminate flooring is that it’s easy to maintain. Commercial laminate flooring is very popular exactly for this reason, and in certain industries only laminate flooring offers the right level of durability and easy maintenance. In the home, laminate flooring is ideal for bathrooms and kitchens.

At Nagle Flooring we love laminate floors. This is why we stock lots of laminate flooring solutions, for all sorts of homes or commercial situations. Remember, if you want the look, the convenience and the ease of installation, it’s got to be a laminate floor.

 

A Touch of Oak is a Touch of Elegance

Posted by admin on July 7, 2011 at 9:00 am. Filed under: Oak Flooring

Good interior design is about making decisions. One of the most difficult decisions to make when decorating the home is to do with choice of materials. Materials can make or break the interior of the home, and so it should be with great care how you select the materials with which to furnish your dwelling.

Of all the materials at your disposal, oak is perhaps the most versatile. Often, many materials will only fit easily into certain kinds of home, for instance chrome fits best into modern home. However, a material like oak, at once natural and stylish, fits well into all kinds of homes, and delivers that touch of elegance whether your home is designed to traditional or contemporary standards.

Solid oak flooring works particularly well. In no other part of your home can you get away with that much wood, and so it can really alter the atmosphere of a space. Wood of course is a natural material, and so it is in its nature to liven up a space. Hardwood oak flooring for instance exudes natural elegance, and can work well whether you have other wooden furnishings or not.

Too much of our homes are decorating using generic, mass produced materials. Hardwood materials couldn’t be more unique, and the idiosyncrasies of their grain will continue to dazzle long into the future. Should you feel your home needs a facelift, installing wooden floor is a great way to do this, for a price that may surprise you.

At Nagle Flooring we deliver the best in oak floors, so why not do something great for your home today with a new wooden floor.

 

Solid Wood Flooring Can Make your Home

Posted by admin on July 1, 2011 at 9:00 am. Filed under: Solid Wood Flooring

The right flooring can make your home. If you think about, flooring occupies the whole of a room, and therefore it is a huge determining factor to a room’s overall look. You should never choose your flooring lightly therefore, and you should consider it a very important aspect of your home’s interior design.

Different homes have different flavours. On its most simple level, your home will either be decorated to a modern or a contemporary standard. In either case, solid wood flooring can work wonders, whether you’re looking for traditional elegance, or a modern minimalism.

An oak wood floor exudes quality. Arguably, no other material is at once naturally elegance and highly stylish. An oak floor is great for all sorts of homes therefore, and can really elevate a space, making it both homely and stylish and a better place to live in .

A wooden floor doesn’t just hold advantages in terms of look of course, and quality wood like oak is inherently durable and easy to maintain. It can potentially last as long as your home, and is much more durable than a carpeted floor, which can be spoiled by staining or general wear and tear.

A wooden floor by contrast can withstand the general rigours of day to day life. Should the worst happen and you spill say a glass of wine on the surface, wooden flooring can be easily cleaned. It is the ideal surface for small families or in shared housing, and  is a great addition to any home that puts due importance on the quality of its flooring.

 

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