Fitting Wood Flooring In A Conservatory

If you are considering installing hardwood flooring at a conservatory there are a couple things that you’d gain from bearing in mind. Conservatories are excellent spaces for relaxing, enjoying time together with friends or to utilize within an inspirational office or research. Nevertheless, choosing hardwood flooring for your own conservatory means that you want to earn your flooring choices only a small bit more closely than you are in a number of the different rooms in the house.

By it’s very nature, a conservatory is generally built mostly in glass at least three sides (and very often overhead too ), meaning that a part of its enjoyment is the fact that it is sometimes a real sun trap. While being a suntrap is an enormous incentive because of its owners, the very simple fact that conservatories are actual suntraps can pose real challenges when it comes to hardwood flooring.

Why? Because suntraps mean high temperatures at particular times of day and (frequently ) the lack of insulation offered by glass can signify that temperatures can drop dramatically overnight. It is that this fluctuation in temperatures which poses the best problem for timber flooring as opposed to the highs or the lows themselves.

When temperatures on your conservatory rise, the air gets drier, which means that wood floors naturally give up moisture into the air. When temperatures fall again, the exact same flooring will take in moisture. While ordinary humidity levels do not in themselves cause a significant problem, extreme humidity fluctuations can lead to damage. One of the things you’ll see at a really basic level is your floor, as it expands and contracts (because of the humidity and temperature changes) will create gaps between the boards. These openings will appear and disappear at various times.

It is in order to minimise those issues that we recommend engineered wood flooring for setup in conservatories. Merely to clarify, these are the vital differences between engineered and solid wood flooring. Engineered wooden floorboards comprise of layers of different kinds of timber and are topped by hardwood. They are not made of solid wood. Typically they’re constructed using a combination of plywood, softwood and hardwood. Strong timber or real wood (because it’s sometimes called) on the flip side, as the name implies is made from solid wood. It is made completely out of hard wood and reacts more strongly to fluctuations in humidity and temperature than engineered wood flooring. It’s because of this that we advocate installing engineered rather than solid hardwood floors in conservatories.

Aside from picking engineered timber flooring for stability reasons on your conservatory, it’s also worth introducing an ultra violet (UV) end to your flooring equation to minimise the damage brought on by the strong sunlight it will appear against.

Luxury Vinyl vs Hardwood

Time to select a floor to your room and you’ve got your heart set on a tricky surface.
Now you have a choice to make, what’s the
best option for me? To answer this we must research your aims for this job
and evaluate your lifestyle:

Common Objectives

● Remodel my home for a possible sale within the next year
● Investment property for renters
● Refinish my basement to increase living space for a growing family
● Selecting floors for a holiday home or cottage

Most likely your goal will be a combination of many factors. You should
Figure out the main thing and write it down. This can help you concentrate
on achieving this target whilst searching for a flooring. Below are the advantages of both
hardwood and luxury vinyl which will give a fantastic summary of an typical floor in
every class. Please bear in mind that there are particular styles and choices in each
class which can outperform the average floor within a certain category.

● Wood floors are regarded as a high-end luxury option from the flooring
covering industry
● Best rated relaxation of almost any hard surface with its ability to remain warmer in
The winter and warmer in the summertime
● Classic beauty and fashion best for retaining the value of high-end
● High life value with its capability to be sanded and refinished up to 5
● Increases home value when installed in the kitchen and adjoining open
Concept places

● I selected hardwood due to the timeless beauty of real wood and
The enjoyment of comfort

Remodel my own home for a potential sale within the next year (Hardwood)
● I selected hardwood for this due to an increase in resale value. This
may depend on the value of your house, studies suggest hardwood
flooring may raise the worth of your home up to 2.5%.

Investment property for tenants (Luxury Vinyl)
● Renters are typically more difficult on flooring and luxury vinyl being the simplest
floor covering to maintain and clean is a great choice for these homes

● This is a tough one. On the one hand, it is for your family and you
Need the maximum comfort and value within your property. On the other hand, Basements are among the most likely areas to experience water
Damage and luxury vinyl flooring are as near watertight as flooring
May get. Ultimately You’ll Have to decide for yourself if it is worth the
Additional investment.

Selecting floors for a holiday home or cottage (Luxury Vinyl)
houses and cottages might be empty at least 50 percent of this year and also the
structural stability of LVT causes it to be propounded even if you’re gone.

To schedule your appointment now call us or fill out this type to program a
Virtual Inspection.

The Best Ways to Clean Hardwood Floors

The Best Ways to Clean Hardwood Floors

-Prep your floor for cleaning by sweeping or dust-mopping to get rid of large particles of dirt and debris.
-Use a pH neutral cleaner that will be gentle on your hardwood floors.
-Use a fine spray mist to clean your floor in sections. Avoid putting too much liquid on your floors.
-Use a microfiber mop to clean. Traditional mops can work, but they can leave excess water on your floors.
-Skip using white vinegar and water to clean your floors. Using a specially formulated hardwood floor care cleaner is a smart way to maintain the beauty and look of your floors.


How we work

We can give you a estimate over the phone or via email if you have the dimensions, as We work on a rate per sq meter or sq yard the estimate will allow for minor repairs,sanding and finishing with three coats of varnish.




If the price quoted seems reasonable, We will then visit your home to look at the floor and discuss your thoughts, concerns and ideas for the project.
We will then send you a written estimate or email you an estimate for the work.
If you would like to go ahead We will give you a date on which We will hope to start your room. We do not charge for my estimates or advice.

If you have a floor in need of some care and attention,contact us for a no-obligation quote.