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Flooring by Henton News

  • Mr Byard

    I would like to say how pleased we are with the kitchen tiles, we now have a perfect floor.

  • Newark and Sherwood college

    I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the college, to pass on our thanks to you for the work you have been involved in. The floor tiles look fantastic and look forward to working with you in the future.

  • Miss Shook Liu

    The quality of your materials is excellent, from a customer service point of view this has been fantastic throughout! The help and advice you gave me great and i will have no hesitation passing your details on to my friends and family.

  • Any more questions?

    Then phone us and ask. Dial one of our representatives on 01529 301010. Alternatively, you can use our online contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

  • Is a rubber floor high maintenance?

    No more than any other carpet, once fitted and once you’ve carried out the initial clean and polish. To do this, wait 72 hours to allow the adhesive to dry then use our stripper and apply to the surface of the flooring with a mop. Leave this for five minutes and then mop off with clean water. Wash another couple of times with clean water to make sure the floor is free from any contaminants from the manufacturing process. Then you can apply two coats of Prolong floor polish at right-angles to each other. The floor can then be cleaned on a regular basis with our Prolong floor maintainer. All of the above products are available in our Complete Floor Care Kit.

  • Which glue is for me?

    Acrylic adhesives: domestic installation onto either plywood or a cement based smoothing compound. Two-part polyurethane adhesive: if there is likely to be water directly onto the surface of the flooring (wet-room, utility room etc). Also to be used where the subfloor is non-porous (such as metal).

  • Sheet or tile – which is best?

    It’s an impossible question because they both have advantages. Sometimes your choice is made for you because the manufacturer only does the design you like in one format. In general, however, sheet flooring is better for larger areas where you need fewer visible joins. Tiles are great for smaller or more complex shaped areas because they result in less wastage. While you might have more joins with tiles, their design can overcome such visual issues.

  • Can I fit the flooring myself?

    Absolutely. You’ll need a few special tools – a V-trowel for the adhesive for example – but if you’re reasonably good at DIY you won’t have any problems. Just remember you need to put plywood down over floorboards to get a smooth finish (use ring-shank nails and fill the holes) before sticking the floor down. If it all seems too much let us know and we’ll try and find a local expert to help you.

  • I’d like underfloor heating. Can I still have a rubber floor?

    Absolutely. Everything is compliant with DIN 52612 – that’s the safety code for underfloor heating. BUT don’t use under tile heaters as they can get too hot. If you want to get that glowing feeling under your feet we recommend an under laminate heater in conjunction with a smoothing compound. The compound needs to be at least 6mm thick and the maximum allowed surface temperature is 27°C. Warm as toast.

  • I’m looking for white rubber flooring, can you help?

    Yes and no. There are manufactures who say they produce white flooring but it never quite hits the mark – the result is more of a dirty white or grey rather than a brilliant white. As a result, we’ve opted not to stock this so called ‘white’ flooring. Try the very pale grey or beige colours instead.

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