Posted by Andy Harrison, on August 20, 2020.
So, you have ordered smart, new carpets for your home. Your fitter has told you to buy some quality door carpet bars, as you don’t like the cheap, aluminium ones he uses. But, which type exactly? You’ve popped down to the DIY shop and realised you don’t like their flimsy door threshold strips either. Your […]Read more
For anyone who has never fitted a threshold on interior doors, the self-stick options prove particularly popular. The main benefits are: Avoid drilling any holes in the floor, with all that entails. Likewise, they are ideal for anyone who is not sure where their underfloor heating grid or pipes lie, which could be pierced by […]Read more
The new Ali transition strips for vinyl flooring are a welcome innovation, which mean your vinyl door bars coordinate with the design of your vinyl. The popularity of lvt, otherwise known as luxury vinyl tiles, as a flooring choice for the home is rising. The vinyl plank look is particularly in vogue, likewise vinyl stone-look […]Read more
The hall mat takes a pounding in most homes. Shoes, muddy paws, the wheels of grandpa’s roller and for city dwellers the bike all traipse through the front door, complete with muck and water. The new Premier Matwell profiles are ideal for creating a fitted door mat well, custom-made to suit your hall. Here we […]Read more
Posted by Andy Harrison, on February 14, 2020.
If you are thinking of indulging in some luxurious carpet, you are going to need some quality carpet door bars for the doorways. To reflect the increasing demand for ultra-thick pile carpets, we now offer the new Premier Double Z13 (carpet to carpet) and Premier Z13 (carpet to hard flooring) carpet door bars. They are […]Read more
Posted by Andy Harrison, on January 3, 2020.
You know you need to buy a carpet to tile joiner to transition link your carpet to your tiled floor but you don’t know which design specification to choose. If you are employing a fitter, then you can ask them. However, you know you want a better quality door threshold trim than the standard, cheap […]Read more
Uneven door thresholds is a common problem. When your builder has finished installing your smart, new bathroom, complete with underfloor heating, you may find your floor level is now higher than it used to be and you have a step up from your landing. Likewise, a similar issue arises when you decide to screed over […]Read more
Posted by Andy Harrison, on November 14, 2019. Tags: self-adhesive
The issue of underfloor heating is a pressing one for many homeowners, when it comes to installing door thresholds. This is particularly the case for those hoping to do-it-yourself. The good news is that there is an excellent range of self-adhesive door threshold strips available: excellent quality and in a choice of ten metal finishes. […]Read more
Posted by Elsa Lawrence, on November 7, 2019.
This is the time of year when the days get shorter, light levels drop and many of us turn our attention inwards to our homes. If you think yours is looking a bit dreary and in need of some life then here we take a look at chrome door bars and how to use them […]Read more
Posted by Andy Harrison, on October 3, 2019. Tags: carpet ramps
Easyshims are a great invention. They solve the common issue of how to create a neat carpet ramp edge in a doorway when the finished flooring levels are different heights. Easyshims slip under your carpet and underlay and create a gentle slope up to your higher floor. Once flat with each other, simply join your […]Read more