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Buying Rubber Flooring from therubberfloorstore.co.uk

Buying rubber flooring from the rubber floor store website could not be easier and you can do it from the comfort of your own home or office. Many times while we are working on our homes or offices doing the DIY touches whether it’s a new floor or new furniture etc we are sometimes put off from the amount of work it will take, the cost of the material, and the cost of labour. The great aspect of rubber flooring is that is very easy to lie and many people choose to lay it themselves rather than employing an outside worker. Rubber flooring is one of the easiest floors to lie oppose to carpet and other floor options. The rubber floor store makes your job easier because their site is geared towards being easy to use; they have even narrowed it down to 3 simple steps for buying your floor.

First of all you can choose your flooring type for example do you require round stud tile, solid smooth tile, slate effect tile, bubble tile, or coco tile. If you are unsure what each of these are you can easily click on the name and a description and this comes up telling you everything you need to know about that particular type of rubber flooring. The next step is to choose the colour, click the ‘choose colour’ button which takes you to a range of pictures showing you what colours are available for the rubber flooring you have picked. For example for the solid smooth tile option there is a wide choice of colours including sand, carbon, denim, pewter, metal, steel, or cornflower, the picture shows you exactly what the colour is as well. Having chosen the colour you can then go on to calculate the quantity which will then give you price. All you have to do is type in the length and width of the room and the website will do the rest. The calculator will show how many tiles you need, how many square metres it is, and the cost of this depending on the type of rubber flooring you have chosen. Then you can order it online, there and then.

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