Indoor Flooring






Indoor Flooring options

Indoor flooring can be done in Real wood, wood look or soft material. We can help you choose the best option and execute it for you in convenient manner.


Solid Wood

The original wood flooring option, solid wood is exactly what it sounds like. It is, as the name implies, a solid piece of wood from top to bottom, through its entire thickness. It can typically be refinished several times during its service life. While the standard thickness of solid wood is three quarters of an inch, planks are sawn in three different ways. Environment is another important factor to consider when opting for solid wood. “It’s all about the environment when it comes to stability. Ultimately, tons of people pick and love solid wood. “A lot of people will look at solid wood as real wood and of a higher quality”.

Engineered Wood

Engineered wood is anything that has a real wood wear layer, which means the top surface is real wood. It can have different constructions. It can be plywood all the way through or it can be a composite product on the bottom side. They’re cut in wide planks, with long lengths. Depending on the wear layer thickness it can be sanded and refinished every few years—just like solid wood—so it can last a lifetime. The main advantage to go for engineered is stability. “In a varying climate, where the floor would be exposed to variation in humidity, an engineered floor is generally going to perform more consistently from season to season.”

Gym Flooring

Durable and long-lasting to cope with the heavy demands of a full programme of daily workout. They have a reputation for being able to withstand very heavy use. Fitness floor can be refurbished between eight and ten times during its life by sanding and sealing it.


LVT is a type of vinyl flooring that is designed to imitate natural flooring options such as hardwood and ceramic tile. Thanks to technological advances and enhanced design capability, vinyl floors can now look and feel nearly identical to the products they’re mimicking. LVT comes in a large variety of timeless and trendy designs, in either tile or plank formats to imitate the look of tiles or wooden planks. It also comes in either rigid or flexible tiles and planks


Stone Plastic Composite is waterproof core moisture-proof & mildew-proof. You can install it in areas of the home such as laundry rooms, bathrooms, basements, and kitchens. This is more cushioned than other types of flooring hence Quieter sound when walking on SPC floors. This anti-slip surface withstands direct exposure to sunlight & resists fading, peeling, and cupping.


Laminate is compressed layers of fiber board and melamine resin with a photographic image of wood grain on top. It’s covered with a clear protective layer that makes it extremely durable.

Vinyl Rolls

Vinyl roll is fibreglass-cushion-backed flooring that comes in large, continuous, flexible sheets, and is available in an almost limitless number of styles, from timeless and realistic to more playful designs. Vinyl rolls are also one of the most affordable flooring solutions for homeowners.

Raised Access

The modular panels are composed of 4 main elements: core, the bottom surface, the top covering and the edge-band. The raised access floor, also called “floating floor” or “false floor”, is a system created to meet the technological needs of technical rooms and allow easy accessibility and maintenance of infrastructure cabling system.


Carpet tiles today offer all the warmth, comfort, acoustic qualities and health and safety benefits. With their small size, carpet tiles are considerably easier to lift, move and install when compared to wall to wall carpets. Should wear and damage occur, the carpet tiles can readily be replaced individually rather than replacing an entire floor.


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