We don’t believe in compromising quality so the majority of our team is fully-employed, topped up with tried and tested contractors. They’re a mix of tradesmen who have gained valuable experience on many of our prestigious projects and artisans of the old school for whom this isn’t just a job – it’s an art, a craft, and a lasting vocation that inspires them to put painstaking care into every detail and take immense pride in their work.
Fitting a wooden floor is an exacting task – and not one that should be hurried. Our installers will do their level best to carry out the project with impressive efficiency and as little disruption to your home or project as possible. They ensure that by using the most suitable primers, damp-proof membranes and levelling compounds – and by planning the installation in advance down to the most minute of details. In some cases, we go as far as to carry out a complete ‘dry laid’ installation in our own capacious barn to eliminate snags before the ‘live’ installation begins.
Health & Safety
With long experience of working in every kind of environment from major construction sites to small studios; mansion houses to compact apartments, our installation teams have rigorous Health & Safety practices ingrained in everything they do – for their own protection as well as yours. All of our Managers and Supervisors have the appropriate health and safety training and every site operative carries an up to date CSCS card.
The company has also received health and safety accreditation from Acclaim, part of Constructionline.
Everything we do is driven by a respect for our materials – We recognise a responsibility to our customers to base our commercial activities on well managed forest resources.
Accordingly the company is also committed to achieving environmental best practice throughout its activities whenever this is practical. As a company we comply with all environmental legislation, regulations and codes of practice relevant to the industry sector in which we operate. We endeavour to minimise the environmental impact of our work and have in place processes, procedures and machinery to reduce noise, dust and waste wherever possible.