Midland Flooring Services Blog



Best Flooring For Pets
Pet-Friendly Flooring

Getting new flooring can be exciting and can change the entire look of a room, making a once tired and well-used area look new and fresh in an instant.  However many the choice of styles and types available, and the personal tastes and preferences of each of our customers, there are some things to take into consideration. 

Firstly, what room they are for? And secondly, who will be using the room?  One particular member of the family may completely change the choice of flooring you would get for your home. That could be a potentially messy member of the household, known for walking in mud or even known for moulting a lot.  Who could that be?  One of the questions we often get asked is “what is the best flooring to get when you have pets?”

If you have pets, or you are a commercial property such as a vets or dog a friendly café or hotel, then you have come to the right place to find a good amount of pet friendly flooring that will not hinder your choice of style and preferences. 

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Carpet Tile Care Advice
Carpet tile flooring

The choice and quality available to each property owner in stylish carpet fittings and materials is excellent, even when it comes to low-budget options.  This means that more and more of our customers - particularly in the business sector, but increasingly for domestic properties – are choosing to use carpet tiles to furnish their premises.  We encourage all of our customers to check out the choices of carpet tiles we can fit for you.

One of the advantages of carpet tiles, is the ability to replace or change just one or a few of the tiles, if they become damaged, marked, or worn in any way.  This further reduces cost and expands the life of your flooring.  Our expert flooring fitters can lay and even replace damaged tiles so that they will fit beautifully in your premises.  This also improves upon the quality of the product and materials.  However, no matter how easy and low budget it is to replace and fit this kind of flooring, knowing and applying carpet tile care is surely a better way to extend its life and keep it looking at its best.

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How to Clean and Prevent Discoloured Vinyl Flooring
Cleaning Vinyl Flooring
If you have vinyl flooring in your home or workplace, then you already know how great it is. But any flooring only remains in good condition and pleasant to look at if it is well maintained. How should you clean your laminate flooring? Is there a way to prevent discolouration on the surface?

Getting the basics right

It might seem too obvious to say, but a big part of keeping the vinyl flooring clean and free from discolouration is what you buy and how it is fitted. Of course, even the best flooring will still need cleaning to keep it in good condition but starting with a good quality luxury vinyl flooring will make your job a lot easier. By ensuring that you choose good quality material, the surface will be better protected. After all, the better the vinyl coating the more it will resist liquids, and having a good layer of soft padding will protect the top layer from impacts. Also, having the flooring laid by experts will ensure that there are no loose joints or poorly sealed sections that are vulnerable to spills or catching and lifting.

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How to Protect Newly Fitted Flooring
Newly Fitter Flooring

Here at Midland Flooring Services, we offer our customers across the Midlands a large variety of flooring options from our base in Warwickshire, from Nuneaton to Tamworth and beyond. Today we are going to focus on how to protect newly fitted flooring, looking at how long it takes it to cure, whether you can walk on it and how you can prevent it from separating.

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Three Helpful Tips to Care for Your Carpet Tiles
Carpet Tile Care

The mid-1950s and early 1970s became significant years for the Floor Covering Industry. It gave rise to carpet tiles which were most extensively used in residential and commercial setting spaces. Carpet Tiles are single, often square-shaped carpets that are fitted together. 

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