Wood Flooring in Wiltshire
Wood Flooring in Wiltshire
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Engineered wood flooring
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We have worked hard to bring you the best in engineered wood flooring along with an unrivaled selection to choose from. This makes choosing your new engineered wooden floor not only an exciting one but also one that gives you the selection you deserve to be able to choose from.
Over the past few years, engineered wood has become a popular choice within households thanks to its solid wood appearance, hardwearing nature, and ease of installation
With the appearance of solid wood but easier to install, engineered wood has become the most popular choice for many homes. It gives the same irresistible feel and an unmistakable natural look.
Engineered wood is a great choice throughout most areas of the home because it’s made in layers. Engineered wood flooring has good stability and this means it’s not as prone to shrinking or warping with changes in environmental conditions as much as solid wood is. This stability makes it is possible to use click systems at the joints making it ideal for anyone looking for a real wood floor they can install themselves.
Engineered wood comes in either a multi-ply or three-ply construction. Multi-ply floors feature a core made up of several layers of plywood for a floor with superior strength and stability and so this construction finds its way on to higher quality flooring.
With it being a natural product, engineered wood flooring needs to become acclimatised to the conditions of your home before it is installed. Even though more stable than solid wood flooring, engineered wood floors will still move slightly. It is best to let your engineered wood floor ‘settle’ into its new environment before you install it. We recommended a minimum of 24 hours between receiving your floor and installing it. The look of engineered wood flooring depends on four main aspects; the species of wood, the grade of the grain, surface finish, and the size of the plank.
Engineered wood flooring uses less hardwood than a solid floor. If you are looking for more unusual species such as ash, maple or walnut then you are more likely to find them on an engineered floor. The grade of the hardwood layer is not an assessment of quality, but of how your floor will look. While you may have heard of a floor being referred to as ‘rustic’, ‘nature’, or ‘premium’, the exact definition can change dramatically from the country of origin. The finish of your engineered wood floor, oiled or lacquered, will dictate how much care will be required to keep it looking its best. Here at V & A Flooring, we use two main types of finish, oil, and lacquer.
If you want an organic look to your floor then oil finishes offer the most natural look. Several layers of oil are applied in the finishing process, absorbing into the wood to give some protection. The oil allows the original texture and feels of the wood to remain though it will require periodic intensive maintenance with a top-up oil to prevent the wood from drying out. Oil finishes show signs of wear in areas used the most, so develop a wonderful ‘lived in’ feel that is unique to your home. However, they are more susceptible to marks and spills so are not recommended for use in kitchens.
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F.A.Q & Contact Information
How long does it take to order Wood Flooring?
Most Wood Flooring is 2-3 days aways form ordering in normal conditions. Some suppliers can deliver within 2 days of ordering and others can take 7-10 days to be delivered, stock dependant. Once ordered we can book a fitting date which is normally 2 weeks away. Please note that this is based on normal trading times and conditions. COVID19 has created a lot of delays and put pressure on delivery and fitting capacity. We would be able to give you a better indication of delivery and fitting when ordering.
Do we have to have it fitted?
No, you do not have to have it fitted.
We offer a collection service which means your fitter, or yourself, can come and collect the carpet once it’s been delivered from our warehouse in Trowbridge. We have a large, insulated, warehouse which allows us to keep your carpet safe and ready for collection.
We can also deliver the carpet (Locally) to your home if required. Please contact us for more information on delivery.
Can I collect the Wood Flooring or have it delivered?
Yes, we offer a collection and delivery service.
We have a large, Insulated, warehouse in Trowbridge from where you or your fitter can collect your wood flooring to have it fitted.
We can also deliver your wood flooring to your home Nationwide.
Do I have to have my Wood flooring measured?
While we do insist that we measure the areas you wish us to fit the wood flooring for you, but we are happy to supply wood flooring based on your own measurements.
If you are happy for us to use your measurements, please note that we take no responsibility if the sizes prove to be incorrect.
Our measuring service is free of charge to help prevent any incorrect measurements or any other issues that could prevent the fitting from being completed on the set day of fitting.
Do you have a showroom i can visit?
Yes, we have 3 showrooms in Trowbridge you can view all carpet and flooring.
We have a showroom for Carpets, a Showroom for Wood flooring and yet another showroom for Luxury vinyl tile and Laminate flooring.
It does help to see the flooring in larger samples when unsure about your selection.
Can you bring samples to my house?
Yes, we have numerous amounts of sampling to bring to your home to help you make a decision.
While we have many samples to choose from, sadly, we cannot bring all the samples with us to your home. Our experienced staff can help you narrow it down over the phone or by letting us know your requirements or what you are looking for from your carpet. Are you looking for something soft and comfortable, hardwearing, durable or something unique with a style or pattern to it? We can then bring a selection which meets your needs to help you make the right choice.
This also allows us to measure the areas for you and give you an accurate quote at the same time.
Please contact us to book an in-store appointment or a free home measure, or you can book one online via our website out of hours.
What carpet is best for stairs?
When deciding on carpets for stairs, there is a lot to take into consideration.
Ideally, the best carpet for stairs would be a very dense, short pile carpet. This would allow the carpet to look better for longer on your stairs. The short, dense bristles allow then to stay upright for as long as possible to delay flattening of the carpet.
A tightly looped carpet is also very good for stairs, this is less likely to flatten and look better for longer. It isn’t advisable to choose these if you have cats in the home. Looped pile carpets tend to offer some resistant for cats which promotes clawing at the carpet.
While long piled carpets are more comfortable and luxurious underfoot they will flatten sooner than other carpets on the stairs.
This is a risk you will knowing need to decide on when deciding on the stair carpet, either comfort or durability?
Underlay also plays a very important part in looking after your stair carpet.
What carpet pile is best?
Choosing the correct pile is very important, this will depend on your requirements from the carpet.
Wool carpet tends to keep its shape for longer, with the twist pile bouncing back quickly as it’s a natural fibre.
Short pile carpet is less luxurious but looks better for longer as the shorter pile has less to flatten.
Longer pile carpets feel softer and luxurious, which allow you to feel the comfort and the pile getting between your toes. While the comfort levels can be very high, these tend to flatten quicker and less likely to retain their original shape because of the long pile.
Generally, the shorter and tighter pile is better as you can retain the softer feeling with a better or softer underlay while still retaining the appearance of the pile for longer.
Which carpet underlay is best?
Carpet underlay is a fundamental part of buying a new carpet. It’s important that you do some research before replacing your carpet, making sure that you choose the right carpet underlay for each room in your home.
Often when we are choosing a new carpet, we focus on buying a beautifully soft carpet that feels really luxurious and soft, only to be disappointed a couple of years later when the carpet feels really hard and flattened. While this is partly because of the type of carpet, underlay also plays a big part in the feel of your carpet. This plays an even larger part over time.
It’s definitely recommended to buy new underlay when you replace your carpet, rather than using the existing underlay. The best type of carpet underlay will provide thermal insulation, reduce noise, make the carpet feel softer underfoot and will help the carpet last longer as it acts as a shock absorber.
In short, we highly recommend the new blown rubber underlay. It’s recycled, recyclable and has great heat retention. It keeps its original shape for longer whereas PU (foam) underlays tend to flatten over time.
When choosing a PU underlay its very important to select one that is very dense and doesn’t give way very easily. While this will portray the effect of being softer now, it will give way very quickly and won’t look after your carpet as well in the years to come.
What carpets are easy to clean?
Man-made carpets are essentially made to be softer than the traditional wool carpets as well as being easier to clean for today’s modern and busy households.
Carpets that are made out of polypropylene, can easily be cleaned by using a 20% bleach solution on any marks or stains. This makes polypropylene carpets the easiest carpets to clean, as with the bleach solution you can get almost all if not all stains out if treated properly and quickly.
Polymide mix carpets make for amazingly soft and luxurious carpets and make them easy to clean and maintain. sadly they don’t retain their shape over time and use due to their soft nature. Unfortunately, these can not be clean with a bleach solution.
Wool carpets have been dyed and lose their colouring when cleaned profusely. Wool carpets can be cleaned, but not by using chemicals. While wool is harder to clean when having big spills, it is however a natural product that sheds over time. Thus, you might find when staining or marking your wool carpet, they lighten or even disappear over time as the pile sheds (6-12months). Thus almost cleaning itself.
Tues- Friday: 10am – 4pm
Carpet Shop in Wiltshire
V & A Carpets
V & A Carpets, 4-6 The Long Barn, Paxcroft Farm, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 6JB
Sunday - Closed
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 4pm
Saturday - 10am - 3pm