Walnut Flooring Products
Our walnut flooring range is limited to two styles, which are:
Types of Walnut Flooring
Our elegant range of walnut flooring captures the very best of light and dark walnut. Although our walnut flooring planks come with straight edges, bevelled edges can be put in place if necessary. The fitting type for both our walnut flooring options is 2G click, which makes transforming your room a quick and easy job.
Where to Use Walnut Flooring
This luxury vinyl flooring is so practical and versatile that it can be fitted in any room of your home! This is ideal flooring in your kitchen, hallway, or bathroom. The hard-wearing surface will exceed your expectations. Its waterproof surface makes it suitable for kitchens and bathrooms, where most spillages will likely occur.
Additionally, the smooth surface of this flooring makes it easy to maintain. To keep the walnut floor clean, all it requires is occasional sweeping and mopping.
The flooring is also highly durable with a tough wear layer. If your hallway experiences heavy footfall, this flooring will be able to withstand it for well over a decade!
Lastly, this wood vinyl floor can be paired with underfloor heating systems.
Vinyl is definitely better value for money than laminate. It's far more durable and its finish is more stunning. It's also easier to install, clean, and generally maintain.
If you want your floor to look as close to real wood as possible, then vinyl is one of the best alternatives. The width, colour, and texture all perfectly replicate that of real wood.
Vinyl flooring is known for its durability, water resistance, easy maintenance, and cost-effectiveness. It also provides a wide range of design options, mimicking the look of hardwood, tile, or stone.
Yes, vinyl flooring is highly versatile and can be installed in various areas, including kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and living spaces. It withstands moisture, making it an excellent choice for areas prone to spills.
Vinyl flooring is known for its durability, making it resistant to scratches, stains, and dents. High-quality vinyl can withstand heavy foot traffic, making it suitable for both residential and commercial spaces.
In many cases, yes. Vinyl flooring is often suitable for installation over existing floors like concrete, tile, or hardwood, provided the surface is clean, smooth, and in good condition.
Vinyl flooring is low-maintenance. Regular sweeping or vacuuming, coupled with occasional mopping using a mild cleaner, is usually sufficient. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive tools that may damage the surface.
Yes, vinyl flooring is water-resistant, making it an ideal choice for areas prone to moisture exposure. However, it's essential to promptly clean up spills to prevent potential damage.
In most cases, yes. Vinyl flooring is compatible with underfloor heating systems. However, it's crucial to follow manufacturer guidelines and ensure proper installation for optimal performance.
High-quality vinyl flooring is designed to resist fading and discoloration. UV-resistant coatings protect against sunlight exposure, ensuring that the flooring maintains its color integrity over time.