Conservatory Flooring

conservatory-flooringWhen choosing a suitable floor material for your conservatory you must consider the use you will be putting your conservatory too. If part of it is a kitchen you’ll need to choose conservatory flooring that’s moisture and spill resistant. If it’s going to be a children’s play area it should be hardwearing and skid resistant.

South facing conservatories will heat up very quickly, so for these you might want to choose a ceramic or natural stone tile that will help keep the conservatory cool.

You will also need to take note of the likely traffic through the conservatory into the garden and the wear the floor will get and what dirt might get carried in from outside on the soles of shoes and boots.

To find out more about floors for conservatories follow these links:

In which the following types of flooring are discussed:

Ceramic TilesCorkEngineered WoodGraniteHardwoodLaminateLimestoneMarbleParquetPorcelainQuarrySlateTerracotta

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