Products/Hard Flooring

Making the hard choices in flooring

With more and more options in hard flooring hitting the market, it can be daunting deciding on the best choice for you.  Here’s a brief summary of the pros and cons of the most popular hard flooring options to help get you started.

Timber

This is a beautiful, natural floor covering which comes in a wide range of styles and colourways, but does need care and any spills need to be dealt with quickly.

Vinyl Flooring and Planking

A far cry from the serviceable lino of old, vinyl comes in a wide range of designs, textures and configurations including vinyl planking. Ideal for wet areas and busy households with young children.

Tiles

These are incredibly durable and with so many beautiful options now available there are tiles for every part of the home. However they can be cold and anything dropped will get broken.

Laminate Wood Flooring

This exciting new product looks just like traditional wood flooring but is fade and stain resistant, extremely durable, easy to maintain, and will look great for many years.

View our ranges of Hard Flooring

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Quickstep
Karndean 
Godfrey hirst
Belgotex


 

Expert Advice - Always the Cheapest Option

The old saying “The quality will be remembered long after the price has been forgotten” could have been written just for floor coverings. Time and time again, experience proves that taking the time to consult with experienced professionals pays dividends, and can save you from costly mistakes.

Because our sales staff are trained home décor professionals, they will be able to help you match the appropriate floor coverings to your décor, budget and lifestyle – and of course, at Floorpride, this service is absolutely free!

We recently had the pleasure of working with Floorpride to address a long-standing frustration we have had about carpeting a large staircase in our Victorian era heritage-listed home 'Woodford', in Christchurch. Mr Joshua Rogers and his contractor, Dave, visited the site and not only were willing to accept the challenges of laying a bordered-pattern Victorian runner-style carpet on the stairs but also offered, and duly executed, a superb and creative laying solution to ensure the result was faithful to the period and laid to the finest standards. The result exceeded our expectations and we would have no hesitation to recommend the Floorpride team to anyone with a heritage carpet requirement or who are seeking to address technical carpet laying needs to exacting standards.

Trevor and Jill Lord