Amtico flooring

Amtico flooring london

Why choose Amtico flooring over other flooring.

Amtico is a hard wearing flooring that will give you the same feeling of wood’s and stone’s

but much more hard wearing then wood and warmer then stones but with the same effect.

You can have Amtico flooring  laid in many different formats, from straight lay to diagonal with borders and inlay strips

Amtico flooring London

20121005_223049This is a small Amtico install in London we did for in a child’s room, warm looking and safe to lay on.


Amtico flooring can be lay over plywood or a latex screed the we put down before hand, we than stick flooring with a flooring adhesive so it wont lift up under any conditions.

Stone Amtico flooring is a good idea for kitchens and bath rooms its more nonslip then stone and not as hard if you was to fall onto floor.


Both wood and stone finishes are available, along with a number of more abstract options. Whether you are looking for a metallic, cross-hatched design or a brighter, golden palette, there’s plenty of choices available which can suit any style of home.
The key to successfully installing vinyl tiles is to ensure that your sub floor is flat and that you repair any uneven surfaces, as any irregularities will show once the flooring is laid. It is important to note that, in some cases, materials may have to acclimatize to your property for up to 48 hours before installation.

Check out out installs on our site of Amtico flooring to see if it meets your needs,

If you need any more info you can ring us and we will be happy to help.


Why Safety Flooring

Why Safety Flooring

Why Safety flooring provides outstanding durability and sustained slip resistance, and are the ideal choice for extreme heavy duty areas where extra protection is needed. Their excellent resistance to high traffic areas this makes them a good choice in education, industry and healthcare areas.

They are easy to maintain and clean and provide lasting appearance, welded seams make them water tight and keeps flooring together as one. They are backed also by leading suppliers that have been around for a very long time and know there field in this kind of flooring.

Safety floors are designed for areas where sustainable slip resistance and durability are important. They offer a huge colour choices from strong colours to natural warmth colours, and their non-sparkle finish makes them perfectly suited care homes.

They’re also ideal for public areas like receptions, corridors, shops, cafes, wards and day rooms, where appearances are especially important.

Sub Floors

Depending of what kind of sub floors you have, there are normally to kinds of prep work. Concrete sub floors will get a coat of latex to get floors flat ready for new floors, or wooden sub floors would get a layer of plywood and then a coat of latex over the top to make sure floors are flat ready for new flooring.


If you would like more information on safety flooring please visit our web site on the main page.

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Shower room safety flooring

Shower room safety flooring

For people that struggle using a traditional bath, a wet room floor can be the ideal way forward for easy access when showering.

There are two stages of installing a safety flooring in a shower room, The first stage is about halfway through the project, this stage is when we need to get the graded floors level so the falls are running towards the shower drain.

we use a two part latex that we mix and pour down to make a graded fall towards the tray.

This can sometimes take more than one coat to get the falling right, depending on how deep the shower room floor needs to be.


In this picture above there is a shower former being installed which has a graded fall towards the shower drain. It is crucial that the former is instilled with a level so it’s flat to give it to the correct fall towards the drain.



In the picture below the latex is finished and a coved former has been put around the edge ready for new flooring , The latest used in the shower room is a super 30 rapid trying latex.

you can install new floors on this latex within one hour and can walk on it within 30 minutes,

it is an ideal latex for shower rooms when you’re working in someone’s house, rapid drying times are crucial.



Once we are at this stage we can now install new Safety flooring, the flooring in this shower room is an Altro flooring, we use a acrylic adhesive which is marine base , and is around the walls we use a contact adhesive which will make the flooring watertight . See below

Finished shower flooring


The life span of a wet room shower floor should be around 10 years with general maintenance and cleaning.


Flooring for sale in Kent

Flooring for sale in kent

Cheap flooring for sale

we have loads of cheap flooring for sale which we buy by the bulk most of it is end of rolls or end of line material.

we have so many different types of colours and ranges in stock.



if you would like more information please contact us we are based in newbarn Kent DA3.

we also do a package of supply and fitting materials as well. Our work is guaranteed and backed by manufacturers.

we can also supply the correct adhesive  and latex for the preparation of your flooring.

Health and Safety


SOME floorlayers say they fear arriving at a new job and be confronted by an over-zealous site manager demanding strict observance of health & safety regulations intended for workers in more dangerous jobs. That could mean floorlayers trying to work while wearing cumbersome industrial gloves along with protective safety goggles, a hard hat, plus a boiler suit, in addition to a high-visibility jacket.

That situation gives ammunition to cynics who question the need for stringent regulations, quoting extreme health & safety enforcement cases, including many based on myth. The fact is that 27.3 million working days a year are lost due to work-related illness and injury which costs the UK over £14 billion a year, according to latest figures. Construction is one of the most dangerous occupations with serious injury, or even death, lurking at every turn.

Red Tape

Unfortunately, the cynics have the ear of the Conservative Government which committed at the last election to slash £10 billion of ‘red tape’ in areas including health & safety. For example, the Tories have cut funding to the HSE (Health & Safety Executive) by over 40%, and made it much harder for workers to claim compensation after being injured or made ill.

Some Tories are even calling for the abolition of the HSE, reminiscent of the 19th Century when the Conservatives at the time, say historians, ‘supported workhouses as a way to ‘discourage people from claiming poor relief!’ Sound familiar? Fast forward to the 21st Century and for ‘poor relief’ read ‘tax credits’, ‘income support’, ‘housing benefits’, etc.

In reality, Britain has come a long way since the Dickensian workhouses where workers’ wellbeing and welfare were hardly considered. Improvements in recent decades, notably with the wider acceptance of risk management practices, have led to a big fall in deaths and injuries, giving the UK one of the safest construction industries in the world.

So instead of viewing health & safety as a regulatory burden, it should be seen as having major benefits for everyone, not least flooring contractors and other companies working in the construction sector, which contributes over 6% to our GDP.

For a start, surely it is sound business sense to ensure that all your workers go home safe and well after a day’s work. But that is only one of the many advantages. Overall, health & safety has been shown to help to promote higher levels of innovation while delivering economic growth.

For individual business owners the benefits can include lower insurance premiums; decreased labour and material costs; less employee absence and reduced staff turnover rates; significantly higher productivity because employees are healthier, happier and more motivated; fewer risks; diminished threat of legal action; improved standing among suppliers and partners; and last but not least, a better reputation for corporate responsibility among your customers and local communities.

And who can argue with any of that?