Established in 1997, we at Trade Flooring regard ourselves as ‘Pioneers of Bespoke Flooring’.
We provide numerous engineered or solid wooden flooring solutions in a range of vibrant & diversifying colors. Our commitment to quality & service is what sets us apart from other companies. We produce everything in-house and are completely hands-on right from the very beginning to the very end.
So whatever your wood flooring needs, we have the means and resources to deliver exactly what you want.
A combination of elegance & engineering; engineered wood floorings are constructed with multiple layers of wood. The top layer is generally solid wood and the lower layers are normally derivative layers of wood that are pressed to create a strong, stable flooring unit.
Unlike engineered wood flooring, solid wood flooring is laid with planks or battens of wood that have been milled from a single piece of hardwood timber. Solid wood floors are generally made of thick planks, and so they can be can be sanded down and refinished.
Adding an acoustic underlay to your wood flooring can help reduce airborne nuisances such as speech, music, the television and other similar appliances. Further, it also reduces impact noises such as footsteps, chairs and other furniture being moved across the floor.
Besides wood flooring solutions, we also provide doors for all architectural styles, lifestyles and most importantly, all budgets. We offer everything from plain or fire-check, pre-finished, unfinished or primed door finishes in a range of colors & veneers from oak, walnut to wenge.
We offer beautifully designed and crafted items of furniture that will complement your wood flooring perfectly. Our expertise in fitted furniture covers everything from kitchen units to wardrobes, media units and counter units. We are expert in tailor made solutions.
Not only do we install beautiful wood flooring but we also help maintain its luxurious, authentic wood finish against the ravages of wear and tear. Also, we provide small repair services for specific damage like cigarette burns etc. and large repair services such as polishing to your wood flooring!
Hello. I just want to say thanks for the fantastic London oak flooring you sent. It's been a pleasure working with you guys.- Graham S.D.
I highly recommend Tradeflooring to anyone who had enough of cheap products. Their hardwood floor is so strong and seems really durable.- Paul
Hi, I am Amanda, I like the solid flooring you made for us and as I told you before I was very impressed by the quality of your products.- Amanda
Engineered wooden flooring is far more stable than solid wood planks so there is far less likelihood of eventual problems and much wider boards can be produced. Since they are pre-finished it requires lesser installation time and no surprises. They can be fitted over under flooring heating. They are not so sensitive to temperature fluctuations. You can get them in wide boards and lengths. Engineered boards offer an alternative, easier methods of installation. Engineered wooden flooring doesn’t expand and contract to the same extent as solid wood, extremely durable, sanded, can be refinished, lends itself wider boards, and comes in a whole range of species, grades, and finishes.
Yes! You can fit engineered wooden flooring over under floor heating. The key is to ensure thermal conductivity, that's best while using more dense wood. Thin flooring material and higher density mean shorter heat-up time and more responsive system. It’s important for some softwood flooring care has to be taken as they may create a thermal barrier, block the heat rather than transferring it to the floor surface. Solids are not recommended with under flooring heating.
Sanding a wooden floor is done when the floor looks old and shabby. Sometimes you can sand the new floor to completely level or if the floor turns old you can sand it to remove any scratch marks, worn areas or erase tired looking wood finished. It’s the millimeters of wear layer that gives a rough idea of how many times that particular floor can be sanded. For instance, if the wear layer is 2mm thick then you can sand it twice, but if the wear layer is 6mm thick then you can sand around 5-6 times.