1. Wood flooring
Engineered wood flooring is more economical and has the same appearance, feel, and sound as solid hardwood floors.
It is possible to instal them as floating floors, which are less expensive to instal than solid wood flooring.
While engineered wood flooring contains sturdy core layers consisting of hevea rubberwood or plywood to avoid warping, natural wood planks may warp.
Range: There are many top brands, colours, tones, and styles available in Carpet Court’s variety of wood flooring. Over existing flooring like cork, linoleum, or even porcelain tiles, floating floors with underlayment may be installed.
Colors available: There are a variety of lovely colours available in well-known wood finishes including Oak, Spotted Gum, Brushbox, Ironbark, Jarrah, and Blackbutt, ranging from warm, rich golden hues to chilly, greyish, and light ash tones.
Homes/rooms: Timber flooring looks stunning in every room. Whether you want to know if engineered wood floors are a good fit for your house, lifestyle, and budget, talk to the educated staff at your neighbourhood Carpet Court shop.
Upkeep for wooden flooring might include:
according to the manufacturer’s care and upkeep instructions, vacuumed with a hard floor brush attachment, swept with an indoor or microfiber broom, and wet mopped.
Installation: You may instal floating engineered wood flooring yourself or use Carpet Court’s highly qualified professional installers. Underlayment has insulation and acoustic qualities.
2. Hybrid Flooring
Silvertrading hybrid flooring combines the finest qualities of vinyl and laminate to create a firm floating floor solution that is water resistant and can be put in damp sections of the house without risk.
Resistant against water, scratches, and stains.
Modern imaging techniques are employed to provide a lovely timber aesthetic that nearly resembles the appearance of actual wood.
Range: There are several hybrid flooring products available, including some with true wood finishes and the Elements line of hybrid tiles with finishes like stone, terrazzo, marble, and concrete.
Colors available: There is a breathtaking variety of colours available throughout the large selection of top brand hybrid flooring products, from rich, warm browns to on-trend greys and floors like Integra 8’s Fumed Blackbutt, which combines warm brown with smoky grey tones.
Rooms/House: For a continuous appearance, waterproof hybrid flooring may be put throughout the whole house, including damp places.
Because hybrid flooring are waterproof, they can be wet mopped. Additionally, you may sweep, dry mop, or use a brush attachment on your vacuum.
Hybrid floors are simple to instal on your own, or you can hire Carpet Court’s professional installers to do it for you.
3. Laminate flooring
For extra durability, hardwearing laminate is imprinted with woodgrain finishes using advanced imaging over bonded layers of fibreboard.
The many protective top layers on laminate flooring make it very scratch- and wear-resistant.
Simple to instal, quick to clean up.
Low-cost laminate flooring provide the opulent appearance of genuine wood for a fraction of the cost.
One of the most popular wood floors for family homes is floating laminate flooring. A broad variety of wood-look laminate flooring in wide or long planks of various thicknesses are among the available options.
Find a wide variety of hues, tones, and colours to go with any home design theme. Cool to warm tones, dark to light tints, and popular hues like golden browns, dusky beiges, and deep, black charcoals are all included.
Laminate flooring from various companies provides a range of attributes for rooms and the house. Check the specs to determine what sections of the house each laminate flooring product is suitable for since some laminates have strong water resistance.
Maintenance: Laminate flooring is simple to keep clean. Options consist of:
utilising a soft indoor or microfiber broom, vacuuming with a hard floor brush attachment, and wet mopping in accordance with the care and upkeep instructions provided by the manufacturer.
Installation: Laminate flooring is a popular DIY flooring option since it is quick and simple to instal. Due to the reduced installation expenses when using our skilled technicians, they are also reasonably priced.