Laminate St Annes Wooden Flooring for residential property in Donagadee County Down.
Oak Rustic Parquet Block Flooring for a residential home on the hamilton road in Bangor County Down.
We understand that for some projects in the commercial, and private sectors, we may need to lay floors at certain times to suit the clients needs. So when we were asked to lay floors for a local nursing home, we waited until 9.30pm when all the elderly residents were safely in their beds. So when they woke up the following morning, the residents had a beautiful, rich, homely floor to enjoy.
The Coach in Banbridge County Down, one of the largest clubs in the country, were undergoing a massive one million pound makeover in 2014. We were called in to supply and lay all the floors for the project and as you can see from the photographs, we provided top class results. We were e
In 2006 we were asked to lay carpets and flooring for the beautiful world renowned ‘Solis Loch Eske Castle Hotel’ County Donegal. The fine workmanship we produced at the hotel helps their guests feel like they’re walking on history when stepping on these beautifully luxurious carpets. This helps make their stay in the hotel an unforgettable experience; we reproduce high quality like this no matter how large or small our project may be.
Covebay in Groomsport, County Down is a very high spec housing development which sits along one of the most beautiful coastlines in Ireland. We supplied and fitted a wide range of flooring for the developers to suit their clients various needs, as we did in Shaftsbury and Castle Gate developments.
A wise person once said “everything must have a beginning”, and with that said, we are pleased and excited to be finally embracing the digital world. How are you doing that we hear you ask? We will now be keeping North Down homes and businesses up-to-date with all our products, services and offers via our new website and Facebook accounts, and of course; our blogs. Businesses do not rely on billboards and other forms of traditional marketing as much anymore. […]