We know that your flooring project is a big investment in your time, and your budget. To help you make the best flooring design decision, we’ve put together all the information you need to feel confident about your project. Here at E-flooring, you’ll find the right floor, at the right price, and have a finished project you’ll enjoy for years to come.read more
Cork Flooring Guide
Natural cork floors are coming back. They’ve become the hottest new flooring on the market. In many ways natural cork is the perfect floor...its beautiful, warm, soft, tough, resilient, water resistant, anti-static, sound absorbing, and insulating. It is also naturally hypo-allergenic, anti-microbial and anti-fungal. Yet it is easy to clean - just sweep and damp mop! Whether in a kitchen or bathroom, a child's room, a family room or a music room, you’ll always be happy with your cork flooring.
Natural cork comes from live cork oak trees which grow all around the Mediterranean coastal regions. Portugal and Spain produce the most cork, but France, Italy, Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia are also producers.read more
Hardwood Flooring Guide
All you need to know about hardwood flooring The great variety in wood flooring choices comes from the species’ natural colors, stains and finishes, and even the wood’s tendency to lighten or darken subtly with age and sun exposure.read more
Bamboo Flooring Guide
All you need to know about bamboo flooring A bamboo floor is a type of flooring manufactured from the bamboo plant. Bamboo is an attractive alternative for flooring because of its physical similarities to hardwoods. Bamboo floor is strong, durable as well as resistant to insects and moisture whilread more
At e-Flooring we try to give the best advice when choosing your floor, however you may not achieve a long lasting floor if you don't maintain and look after it. In this guide we will be going through the different floor types and setting out the do's and don't's but we always recommend that you check with the manufacturer as there may be variations between them.
Please scroll down and take a look at the section that suits your type be it hardwood, bamboo, laminate, vinyl or even cork.read more
Flooring installation information
Our information will help you to decide which flooring installation method is right for you. Whether you are planning to install your new floor yourself or hire professionals, E-flooring can help. If you decide you want to complete your own flooring installation, be sure to visit our DIY Flooring Installation section to learn about the skills and tools needed to complete any type of flooring installation.
If you are going to be hiring professional flooring installers, visit our Find an Installer feature, to locate an installer near you.read more
How to set a budget with flooring
Learn about the costs to consider when planning the budget for your flooring project. This information will help you to determine the total flooring cost by including sometimes overlooked factors such as sub-floor removal and installation costs. In order to understand actual flooring prices, it is best if you talk to our professionals live.read more
About Flooring Types
Understanding the differences between floor types. Are you after a little more background information to help you choose a floor type? There are many things to take in to account when buying flooring. We'll explain the positive and negative aspects so you can decide.read more
Vinyl Tile Guide
All you need to know about Vinyl Tiles. Vinyl tile is a strong and durable option and great for anyone on a budget. By using modern design and construction techniques the look and feel can be almost whatever you want it to be.read more
Vinyl Plank Guide
All you need to know about vinyl plank flooring. Most manufacturers use cutting-edge print technology to produce beautiful floors with realistic-looking designs that replicate woods, stones and other natural materials.read more
All you need to know about laminate flooring Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood (or sometimes stone) with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer.read more