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Which threshold strips do I need?

Posted by Andy Harrison, on April 5, 2019. Tags: , ,

A threshold strip is a means to securely join two floorcoverings together, covering any raw edges. They are commonly used in a doorway, joining the floorcovering in one room to the next, but they also make great room dividers. Alternative terminology for threshold strips It can get pretty confusing as there are several other names […]

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How to make a customised matwell frame with a high-quality finish

Posted by Andy Harrison, on March 14, 2019. Tags: ,

Autumn is the time of year when door mats are a necessity, if you want to avoid trudging in wet and dirt from outside. Loose mats can skid around and be a trip hazard, whilst a recessed matwell is permanent and secure. Thankfully, there is a new floor trim on the market, Premier Trim Matwells, […]

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Flooring Supplies that Add the Finishing Touch

Posted by Fay, on October 7, 2018. Tags: , , , ,

We’ve been selling flooring supplies since 2003 and specialise in high quality flooring products which are not readily available on the high street or in the shops. Our suppliers are UK manufacturers and we ship direct from them, ensuring as rapid a delivery service as possible. So, no need to struggle home on public transport […]

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Laminate Floor Trim – Which one Should I Use?

Posted by Fay, on January 19, 2017. Tags: ,

There are a number of different laminate floor trim available, designed for specific situations. The information below will help you choose an appropriate one that looks smart and meets your needs: First, consider the following… So, you have a laminate floor, which can sometimes also be referred to as a floating wood tile floor. There […]

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Which Floor Edging to Buy – 5 Key Questions to Ask Before you Buy

Posted by Fay, on January 9, 2017. Tags: , , ,

The choice of floor edging on the market is extensive and the terminology can be confusing at times. For instance it is also commonly referred to as flooring trims or door thresholds, transition strip and carpet bars, to name but a few. So, here are five key questions you need to consider before deciding on which floor edging […]

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10 Value Flooring Ideas

Posted by Elsa Lawrence, on December 23, 2016. Tags: ,

Changing your flooring can seem a bit daunting and sounds expensive. But here we explore 10 value flooring ideas which don’t cost the earth and are easily achievable and look fabulous. 1. Investing in a new carpet, wood floor or stair runner can be expensive A great alternative is to paint your floorboards instead. You […]

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Laminate Floor Edging to Join Floors the Professional Way

Posted by Fay, on December 8, 2016. Tags: , ,

The question of which laminate floor edging to use in an internal doorway depends on a number of factors: What is the type of flooring you are joining to? If you are joining a laminate floor to a carpet, then first check if the two are level with each other. If they are, a quality […]

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New Black Flooring Trims in Stock

Posted by Elsa Lawrence, on July 15, 2016. Tags: ,

Decorating with black has always seemed a rather brave concept to me. But Stairrods (UK) has just brought out its comprehensive range of flooring trims in a fabulous matt black and I’ve done a U-turn! After all, wrought iron black has been part of our decorative mix for centuries. So, the new black flooring trims […]

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Flooring T-Bars that Fill that Gap in your Floor

Posted by Fay, on June 7, 2016. Tags: ,

Sanity is in site! We have a new product available online called Little T and Big T. These flooring t-bars solve no end of join problems between different types of hard flooring. The floor is often one of the last things to be completed when you’ve had building works done in your home. At this […]

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Hardwood floor to tile transition with different floor levels

Posted by Fay, on June 3, 2016. Tags: ,

A common problem occurs with hardwood floor to tile transition, when one floor is higher than the other. How can you successfully transition from one to the other and overcome the height difference? The new Door Ramp solves the problem and can be bought online.  The issue is caused sometimes by the installation of underfloor […]

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