960 Maryhill Road, Glasgow, G20 7TA
Tel: 0141 946 3030 | Fax: 0141 946 6446
Open Weekdays: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Open Saturdays: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
About Partnership Flooring
Established for nearly twenty years, we are hardwood flooring experts with extensive knowledge, expertise and experience in supplying and laying all types of flooring in a large variety of situations. Your hardwood flooring is an important and long term investment. For this reason we ensure that you receive all the advice you might require to make the right choice—for you—from our extensive range of flooring options.
Contact us now to receive the very best advice available on your new floor covering.
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Expert advice on your new wood flooring
As specialists on wood flooring, we offer expert advice tailored to fit each customer’s requirements. We ensure that you understand the differences between various wood flooring and the advantages and disadvantages of each type of wood flooring; that way, we can ensure you get the right type of flooring for your home or business. We supply only the highest quality of wood flooring at affordable prices.
Bespoke designs - Your floor, your way
There are almost infinite possibilities for inlay and patterned work with hardwood flooring. If you want a truly unique floor for your home or business, why not use our bespoke wood flooring service? We can help you design your ideal flooring layout, install your floor to meet your exact requirements and give you the wood flooring you desire. Why settle for second best when you can get the very best at Partnership Flooring!
Experienced design and installation teams at your service
For installation of your hardwood flooring, choose Partnership Flooring, a company with a reputation for professionalism and reliability. At Partnership Flooring our reputation lies in our attention to detail with our clients — helping and advising through each stage of the project. We understand that the installation process is the most important stage for our customers. We make that experience as special, as simple, and as free of inconvenience as possible.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do Real Wood Floors increase home value?
Absolutely! Real Woods floors are recognised as one of the highest quality floors available and would increase the value of your home. Research shows that 90% of real estate agents think homes with hardwood floors sell faster.
Are hardwood floors environmentally friendly?
Yes. Hardwood floors are better than other materials in terms of insulation; they are recyclable and require less energy to produce.
How do I care for my oil-impregnated Real Wood floors?
Use Wood-Floor Soap for regular maintenance cleaning. Use a vacuum cleaner for lacquer-finished floors and damp-wipe only if needed.
How do I care for my hardwood floors?
Sweep your hardwood floors regularly. High traffic areas will need special attention, or use the hardwood setting on your vacuum cleaner. You should purchase a wood floor cleaner to keep your surfaces in the best possible condition.
What is Solid Wood Flooring?
Solid wood is exactly as it sounds, one solid piece of wood from top to bottom and from left to right.
What is the difference between Laminate and Real Wood Floors?
Laminate flooring is more resistant to denting and scratching than solid and engineered flooring. Laminate flooring also has a wider range of timber variations.
Hardwood flooring, however, has better aesthetic qualities and will enhance the quality and appearance of your property.
What is the difference between Solid Wood Flooring and Engineered Wood Flooring?
Each type of flooring has its specific use and choosing one over the other should be dictated by your lifestyle needs. Solid wood should be installed in a moisture-controlled environment.
Engineered wood flooring should be used where wide boards are preferred and over under-floor heating.
Which kind of Real Wood flooring is right for me?
The range of choices is huge. This will vary according to personal taste and character of the room. You can choose between different wood types, board sizes, surface finishes (lacquer-finish or oil-impregnation), surface structures (Antique, Distressed, Brushed), impressions (Block or Wideplank) and styles.
My concrete floor has a few low spots in it and I was wondering what to use to solve this problem?
Most building materials suppliers have a latex levelling product. We suggest levelling any areas that are more than 3/16″ in variation. Make sure you use the underlay with a DPM before installing over concrete.
What colour will work with my space?
Darker colours will make your spaces seem smaller, and should therefore be used in bigger spaces. Lighter or natural colours give a more open feeling to the room. Darker colours work best more traditional interiors.