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Buying woodblock flooring in North Wales

The people of North Wales are known for being house-proud individuals who favour high quality natural materials, which is no doubt why woodblock flooring from Liverpool specialists is so popular here.

If you are thinking about sprucing up the flooring in your home, and you do not already have woodblock flooring in place, you should definitely consider purchasing it so that you can impress your friends and family with your good taste, and ensure that your home is attractive to any future buyers should you decide to sell up.

What is woodblock flooring?

Woodblock, sometimes known as parquet flooring, is a type of floor cover that has been popular for the past 300 years, and which can be found in some of the most glamorous stately homes in North Wales, and across Europe.

It is a type of flooring that is made up of complex patterns made by connecting blocks of wood in various shades. It is the kind of flooring that you find in fine châteaux, and which is created by the finest flooring artisans in the world.


Because woodblock flooring is installed by gluing down various wooden tiles, it has a very distinctive look that is very difficult to replicate in other mediums. The fact that it is made up of many tiles also means that it is possible to create your own bespoke look, which you will not find in other homes in North Wales.

Easy to install

The fact that parquet flooring is made up from lots of individual blocks also means that it is very easy to install by gluing own one tile at a time, which means woodblock flooring exerts in Liverpool can install your flooring for you very quickly, so that your home is not in disturbed for too long.

Low maintenance

Another benefit of woodblock is that it is a quite thin kind of flooring and this means that it does not require a lot of sanding over the years.

Because it is made from high quality wood, it means that it is not easily scratched, scraped or damaged, and the fact that it is made up of individual blocks means that any damaged pieces may be able to be swapped out without you having to replace the whole floor, so all in all, it is a fairly low maintenance choice.

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