Floor Type


Ceramic tiles are the most cost effective option for your floors. They are available in almost any decorative glaze and are a durable tile. They are usually made from either red or white clay and are heated to about 1400 degrees to become permanently hardened.


Whether it be on your living room floors, shower walls or balcony floors, porcelain tiles are a great and versatile option in any home or workspace. Porcelain tiles are made from the same clay as ceramic tiles but also contains Silicate minerals which gives procelain’s characteristic white seashell colour.


Limestone is a popular natural stone option for floors, walls, steps and outdoor pavers. It’s formed under the sea and is pressurised, which makes it durable, yet porous. While limestone is soft underfoot, luxurious and has a medium range durability, it’s cost-effectiveness and ease to cut into when building has long made it popular


Acclaimed for its beauty, elegance and style, marble has graced mansions of the elite for centuries, making it a high-end, luxurious option for interiors. It’s timeless appearance, elegance and durability make it a popular choice for homes and businesses. From hotel entrances to residential kitchens and bathrooms, marble flooring makes a statement.

Quarry Tiles

Quarry tiles provide a hard wearing brick like tile for flooring which are manufactured from clay in a manner similar to bricks. Like bricks, quarry tiles are porous and will soak up spills if they aren’t sealed and waxed.

Wooden Floors

Wooden floors have been a staple since houses have been built. The different types of timber produce different colours and the grain produces different patterns so no two floors look the same. The versatility of the material means you can build an entire house from wood, but it is the preferred surface for dances.