shape flooring

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About shape flooring

Professional flooring contractor with over 30 years of experience. Will supply and fit all flooring types. Health and safety trained and public liability insured . Will undertake both commercial and domestic work. From hygienic cove safety flooring to elegant solid wood floors, I guarantee you will not be disappointed.

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shape flooring rated for Builder in Isleworth

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21 Nov 2018

Floor fitters

Such a pleasure to see a job well done by a professional; sadly that’s not often been my experience but working with Marc has encouraged me to try Rated People again. My commercial quality vinyl is laid on plywood and is perfectly smooth. He even put the plywood under the bath for me,

, W12

02 Dec 2018

Carpenter / Joiner

Marc did a great job of installing our laminate flooring and skirting in the hall and lounge. Skilled at solving tricky problems and really knows his stuff. Honest and friendly, i’d Highly recommend him

, GU18

07 Nov 2018

Floor fitters

Marc was punctual (never underestimate a workman who arrives when he says he will), did a very good job and he set our expectations on cost from the outset so there were no surprises. Professional friendly attitude, excellent service, went beyond the call of duty helping us with additional fittings in the sanctuary. Will happily recommend him to anyone else.

, TW4

08 Feb 2017

Floor fitters

Marc turned up on time with all his own tools, did more than had been asked of him, all to a high standard

, UB11

16 Nov 2016

Floor fitters

Marc, was very professional and efficient from the word go. I felt he was on top of his game, a tidy workman, with a warm and friendly personality. I would certainly recommend his services, and would gladly use him again should the need arise Job well done Jim

, SL1

25 Sep 2016

Floor fitters

Marc responded very quickly and we were fortunate that he was available the next day. He arrived on time and carried out the work to a really good standard, with no problems at all. He left the room clean and tidy. I would certainly recommend him for any flooring work.

, RG7

24 Sep 2016

Floor fitters

Great work ! Will defiantly be using again, fast, reliable and the work is second to none! Thanks again Marc - Jack @ Concept Flooring

, RG42

23 Aug 2016

Floor fitters

Marc did an excellent job. Very professional and I was delighted with the result. I would certainly recommend. Lorraine

, RG9

04 Aug 2016

Floor fitters

Gave me a reasonable price, finished the job in one day and his work is of very good quality, what more could you ask?

, NW4

14 Jul 2016

Floor fitters

Did a great job on the carpet that needed fixing, and then tidied up the carpet on the landing as well. Arrived early and was done very quickly. Would recommend.

, W12

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shape flooring answered questions about Builder in Isleworth

Russell Halter's question
Mon 12 Nov 2018 12:54pm

Hi guys a need a specialist resin floor company for a basement conversion of approximately 27m2 in Monton. It is a kitchen/diner...

  • marc savill's Answer
    Mon 12 Nov 2018 21:57pm

    Hi. You will need to post job on site. And trades will get your details Good luck

Debbie Cauley's question
Sat 10 Nov 2018 15:9pm

Is quick step vinyl flooring meant to be laid staggered, in a brick like way or running seam to seam? Mine was laid seam to seam and a few tiles have become loose. I had a flooring person out to look and they said the floor had been laid wrong and it should have been staggered. It is only a few tils around the kitchen units that are loose the one laid wall to wall are fine, so I am wondering if there is some kind of clip that could go under the kick boards of the units to keep the tiles in place? I don't want to have to have the whole floor relayed but its essential I get these gaps sorted as they are in front of the sink and the underlay is going to get damp.

  • marc savill's Answer
    Mon 12 Nov 2018 21:54pm

    Hi. You don't have to see the floor to know that it has been later wrong. The finish to the floor should be totally random with the head joints well apart from the next row. I leave the minimum of 6 inches. The good news is that your floor should be repairable if you have a few spares. I take it that the floor is a click system so if careful, the floor should be able to be uplifted in rows so that It can be sorted. Spending a small amount of money now could save you a lot soon and you will have a much better looking floor which is what you wanted. Don't get the same person back to fit it though. Enter job on site and you will get someone decent to sort it. Good luck

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