25 June 2024

The Best Flooring Options for Your Conservatory

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A conservatory is a unique addition to any home, serving as a versatile space that bridges the indoors and outdoors. Choosing the right flooring for your conservatory is crucial, as it needs to withstand varying temperatures, exposure to sunlight, and the occasional high foot traffic. In this blog, we’ll explore the best types of flooring for a conservatory, focusing on durability, aesthetics, and functionality.

1. Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) Dryback/ Gluedown

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2. Porcelain Tiles

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3. Engineered Wood

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4. Laminate Flooring

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5. Natural Stone

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When selecting flooring for your conservatory, consider durability, maintenance, and how the flooring material reacts to temperature changes and sunlight. Luxury Vinyl Tile, Porcelain Tiles, Engineered Wood, Laminate Flooring, and Natural Stone are all excellent choices, each offering unique benefits to suit different needs and styles. Choose the one that best matches your lifestyle and aesthetic preferences to create a beautiful, functional space.

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