Looking after your Hard Floor

Hard floors can withstand heavy traffic, making them an excellent choice for busy households. However, proper hard floor care and maintenance are required to maximise their performance and lifespan, making them a long-term investment in your home. 

Maintaining your Laminate Floors

Laminate flooring combines beauty and affordability, but it still requires care to stay in top condition:


  • Sweep or vacuum with asoft-bristle attachment.
  • Damp mop using alaminate-specific cleaner.
  • Never use excessive water orsteam cleaners, as they can damage the laminate.


• Use felt pads on furniture legs to prevent scratches.
• Place doormats at entrances to capture dirt and moisture.

Prevent Moisture Damage:

Wipe up spills promptly.
• Avoid exposing laminate to excessive moisture, as it can warp.

Maintaining your Timber Floors

Engineered timber offers the timeless beauty of wood with added stability. To preserve your flooring's allure:

Regular Cleaning:

• Sweep or vacuum with a soft brush attachment.
• Use a damp mop with a manufacturer-recommended wood floor cleaner.

Prevent Scratches:

• Place rugs or mats in high-traffic areas.
• Lift furniture when moving it, and use felt pads on furniture legs.

Control Humidity:

• Maintain stable indoor humidity levels to prevent warping.
• Avoid excessive sunlight exposure, which can fade the wood.

Your choice of hard flooring is an investment in your home's beauty and longevity. By following these tailored
hard floor care guidelines for ceramic tiles, laminate, and engineered timber, you can ensure that your floors
continue to impress for years.

Are you looking to add hard flooring to your home? Explore our Hard Flooring options to find the right 

floor for your home.