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Is your conservatory floor looking a little shabby?

Or perhaps you are in the process of choosing flooring for your new conservatory?

Either way, we have got you covered when it comes to conservatory flooring ideas.

Whether you are looking for something cheap and cheerful or you are after a more luxurious look, the below four conservatory floor ideas offer something for everyone.

Hardwood flooring

If you’ve got a healthy budget and want a long-lasting and highly aesthetically pleasing type of flooring, then hardwood is a perfect choice.

You should opt for engineered hardwood rather than solid wood as this type of wood is more stable and can cope with changing temperatures much more effectively.

You can find engineered wood in various styles and colours, so you are guaranteed to find something to suit your tastes.

Check out our modern conservatory ideas for some more style inspiration.

The main benefits of hardwood flooring include:

Warm underfoot
Stylish appearance
Can add value to your home

Laminate flooring

Laminate flooring is an excellent choice for people aware of their budget as it is one of the most affordable types of conservatory flooring.
It is also easy to install and is designed to meet the needs of a modern conservatory, with panels that are highly resistant to heat and UV rays.
Laminate flooring is also hard-wearing and is easier to maintain than solid wood.

The main benefits of laminate flooring include:

Easy to install
Easy to clean

Real tiles

More expensive than laminate flooring but visually stunning, real tiles such as ones that are made from ceramic, glass, or stone can look good in both modern and traditionally-designed conservatories.

However, you should know that these are also more expensive to install, and they can feel cold underfoot during the winter months.

A good alternative, if you like the look of tiles, is vinyl flooring which can emulate the look of either tiles or real wood at a fraction of the cost. Vinyl flooring is also easy to clean, hard-wearing, and slip-resistant.

The main benefits of tiled flooring include:
Aesthetically pleasing
Low maintenance


Although not as popular as the above flooring options, if you want your conservatory to flow smoothly from your home and your living room is carpeted, then carpet tiles are a good idea.

Carpet tiles are easy to fit and relatively affordable compared to other conservatory flooring options. They are also hard-wearing and provide a luxuriously cosy feel underfoot.

You can find carpet tiles in various colours and textured styles.
The main benefits of carpet include:

Warm underfoot
Easy to fit

If you can’t decide which flooring is right for your conservatory, our friendly and knowledgeable team is waiting to take your call and offer you advice. Get in touch here today and let us help you design and build the conservatory you’ve always wanted.

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