Wood Flooring in Hemel Hempstead
Reflooring your house, or even just a single room, can be a stressful process as you look through all the different options available and get all kinds of quotes with little to no explanation behind them.
By providing wood flooring in Hemel Hempstead and various other areas for 25+ years, we have the experience to not only install beautiful wood flooring but also to discuss everything with you and answer any questions you may have.
Neil and the team have a real passion for the industry, particularly for timber flooring, and the combined expertise on display will allow you to make informed decisions that will transform any room of your house into a masterpiece.
The process of choosing wood flooring in Hemel Hempstead
There is a lot more involved in the process than simply laying down your choice of flooring. The knowledge behind each type of flooring, and the unique properties of each house and the resulting process, is something that we value very highly. For example, we will always conduct a survey of the room or the house, as necessary, before we start any of the flooring process. That is because we are acutely aware of the fact that the underlay should be entirely flat. Should we find any irregularities with the existing flooring, we will begin working on laying ply board or screeding until we are certain that it’s all entirely flat.
At Criterion Flooring, we can also colour match to your requirements. Any finish that you would like can be applied which can add yet another layer of uniqueness to something like natural wood flooring.
Choosing any type of timber flooring, such as oak flooring, will instantly add character to your house. The room will appear warmer, more natural, and could even be brighter.
Furthermore, if you are thinking about selling your property, wood flooring can be an excellent choice. Both estate agents and national surveys suggest that such flooring will immediately drive up the value of your house as people are far more likely to be impressed with wood rather than carpet flooring.
Wood flooring should also appear to anyone who has even the slightest bit of an environmentally-friendly mind. Though there are common misconceptions about the environmental impact of wood flooring and forestry in general, the truth is actually different. Not only are woodland areas constantly restocked, wood flooring uses less energy and water for its production, is 100% biodegradable, and can be recycled into other products or even burnt for fuel at the end of its cycle.