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24 Feb 2020

Semi-Solid Wood Flooring - Is it Right for My Property?

Semi-Solid Wood Flooring - Is it Right for My Property?

If you visit any of the House of Tiles tile shops in and around Dublin, you’ll find a dazzling array floor tiles, laminated floor tiles and floor coverings. We also provide an extensive range of semi-solid wood flooring, which may or may not be something you’ve heard of.


For the benefit of those who haven’t heard of it, here we take a brief look at exactly what semi-solid wood flooring is and how it can be used to complement bathroom designs, kitchens and well...any room in the house.



A Versatile Flooring Option

As well as being versatile in terms of style, semi-solid wood flooring is versatile in function too! In certain rooms in the home - like the bathroom or kitchen - moisture levels will rise and fall. Semi-solid wood flooring has the benefit of being able to be ‘floated’, meaning that it can withstand these changes in humidity without any effect on its durability.


It’s much easier to install and less expensive to buy and maintain than traditional wood flooring too, despite the fact that it looks every bit as good. It feels just as good under your feet as well, as the ‘semi-solid’ part of semi-solid wood flooring is an upper layer of real wood. This means you get all of the benefits with pretty much no drawbacks.


The question you need to ask yourself when deciding if semi-solid wood flooring is for you or not is whether you want to have flooring that not only complements your kitchen tiles and bathroom cabinets, but that also has the look and feel of an authentic real wood floor. We think that it’s an easy decision to make!



Take a Look for Yourself!

If the idea of semi-solid wood flooring sounds good to you and you’d like to see some for yourself, you only need to visit one of our showrooms around Dublin to do so. To find out where your nearest showroom is or to see our full catalogue containing some of the best bathroom suites, wall tiles, porcelain tiles and ceramic tiles, simply visit our website www.houseoftiles.ie and you’ll discover everything you need to know.



Alternatively, if it’s advice you’re after, call us now on (01) 426 4881 and a member of our team will be able to guide you to your ideal choice of product.

 


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