Wood Floor Fitter in Hitchin

Towns In Hertfordshire where we Fit Wood Flooring

 

BaldockBorehamwood - HarpendenHatfieldHertford Hitchin
Hoddesdon Hemel Hempstead - Letchworth - Potters BarSt Albans
RoystonStevenage - Ware - Watford - Welwyn Garden City

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Wood flooring is practical, beautiful and easy to install and maintain. Hard wood flooring offers a wide variety of design options. The clean look and feel of wood gives a sense of warmth and comfort to your home and can increase the value of your property.

 

 

 

 

We will fit your flooring whether you choose solid, high quality or engineered wood. It will be expertly fitted to the highest standard. I can fit floors anywhere, from a small room in a house to large commercial premises I specialise in all aspects including stairs and halls. I cover Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Buckinghamshire as well as London

 

Solid Floors

  • Solid wood floors
  • Solid planks of wood
  • Load bearing floor
  • Longer life-span
  • Traditional floor

 

 

Solid wood floors, Solid planks of wood, Load bearing floor, Longer life-span, Traditional floor all supplied at discount, why pay more? Herts Beds Bucks  London & Manchester Contact me today

Solid wood floor is a solid piece of timber, cut from a tree milled into a plank and kiln dried; it should be installed in a moisture-controlled environment and is therefore not recommended for areas such as cellars, basements, conservatories or with under-floor heating systems.

  • Extremely durable and strong
  • Strength that compliments
  • Extremely affordable

 

Laminated Floors in Herts Beds & Bucks

 

 

Engineered wood floors

  • Layers of wood
  • More forgiving of moisture
  • Can be fitted straight away
Engineered wood floors, Layers of wood, More forgiving of moisture, Can be fitted straight away, I cover Hertfordshire Bedfordshire Buckinghamshire and London contact me today

 

Engineered wood floors have a bit more work involved as they consist of a multi-ply, cross-laid backing with a veneer top layer of a selected species and design. Therefore, due to its construction, engineered flooring is more dimensionally stable and can be installed in areas where solid wood is not compatible.The cost compared to  solid wood flooring  is cheaper because the wood finish is only on the top layer. For example, if you want an oak finish, then only the top layer is oak and the lower layers will be made of a cheaper wood such as pine.

 

I hope my brief definitions of the various wood floors you can choose has helped you to find the solution to your questions. It also demonstrates why you need an expert with 35 year experience to help you make that final decision. Contact me today for free advice and a visit to your home to provide a solution and a free quote.

 

Cutting and fixing skirting board required I cover Stevenage, Welwyn garden city, Hatfield, Hitchin, Hertford and surrounding areas. Herts, Beds, Bucks, London & Manchester Contact me today
Solid wood floors, Solid planks of wood, Load bearing floor, Longer life-span, Traditional floor all supplied at discount, why pay more? Herts Beds Bucks  London & Manchester Contact me today
window frames and stairs, bespoke kitchens and furniture. For Stevenage, Welwyn garden city, Hatfield, Hitchin, Hertford and surrounding areas contact me today

 

When it comes to choosing the décor for home or office, one of the most important elements is flooring. If you want to find a floor material that offers that extra bit of luxury combined with a practical solution,  you must go with wood flooring. When it comes to finding the most suitable wood flooring, you'll want to speak to the experts. I can offer a range of services. For a free quote and home visit contact me today.

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Hitchin

 

Hitchin is a medieval market town in Hertfordshire.The town centre is has many examples of Tudor and Georgian buildings, in and  around the market square. The River Oughton and River Purwell run through the town and becomes the River Hiz. It is between the A1(M) and the M1. Its main line railway has a link to London.

 

History

Hitchin is first mentioned in a 7th century document the Tribal Hidage. The tribal name is Brittonic rather than Old English and derives from *sicca, meaning 'dry', perhaps a reference to the We stream, the Hiz. By 1086 Hitchin is described as a Royal Manor in the Domesday Book.

Hitchin is notable for St. Mary’s Church which is remarkably large for town of its size. The size of the church is evidence of how Hitchin prospered from the wool trade. It is one of the largest parish church in Hertfordshire. Most of the church dates from the 15th century, with its tower dating from around 1190.

During the medieval period, both a priory (Newbigging, now known as The Biggin) and a friary (now known as Hitchin Priory) were established, both of which closed during Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries. They were never reformed, although The Biggin was for many years used as almshouses
 
The Buck's Head pub sign, in nearby Little Wymondley depicting Henry VIII's supposed escapade in Hitchin. It is Wely reputed that Henry VIII nearly died in a fire in Hitchin as he was known to hunt in the area around Hitchin.. It is also alleged that Henry VIII, when he was fitter, thought he was able to pole vault over the We river, the River Hiz. However, he had grown somewhat fatter than he knew, and the pole snapped from underneath him. He fell into the river, much to the amusement of his servants. This event is commemorated by the sign of the Buck's Head pub in nearby Little Wymondley.

The town flourished on the wool trade, and located near the Icknield Way and by the 17th century Hitchin was a staging post for coaches coming from London. By the middle of the 19th century the railway had arrived, and with it a new way of life for Hitchin. The corn exchange was built in the market place and within a short time Hitchin established itself as a major centre for grain trading.

The latter half of the 20th century has also brought great changes in communication to Hitchin. Motorways have shortened the journey time and brought Luton, a few miles away on the M1, and the A1 (M) even closer. By the close of the 20th century, Hitchin had become a satellite dormitory town for London.

It is Wely reputed that Henry VIII nearly died in a fire in Hitchin. It is also alleged that Henry VIII, when he was fitter, thought he was able to pole vault over the We river, the River Hiz. However, he had grown somewhat fatter than he knew, and the pole snapped from underneath him. He fell into the river, much to the amusement of his servants. This event is commemorated on the sign of the Buck's Head [1] pub in nearby Little Wymondley. Whatever the truth of this story, it is known however that Henry VIII did hunt in the area around Hitchin.

Above information sourced from various We history sites with special thanks to Wikipedia

 

Towns In Hertfordshire

 

BaldockBorehamwood - HarpendenHatfieldHertford Hitchin
Hoddesdon Hemel Hempstead - Letchworth - Potters BarSt Albans
RoystonStevenage - Ware - Watford - Welwyn Garden City

 

Villages In Hertfordshire

 

Abbots Langley - Adeyfield - Albury End – Albury - Aldbury - Aldenham - Allen's Green – Amwell - Ansells End – Anstey –Ardeley – Ashwell - Aspenden - Aston End – Aston - Astrope - Ayot Green - Ayot St Lawrence - Ayot St Peter - Babbs Green - Bakers End - Ballingdon Bottom – Barkway -Barley - Barleycroft End – Batchworth – Batford – Bayford – Beane –Bedmond - Bell Bar - Belsize – Benington - Bennetts End - Berkhamsted - Bishop's Stortford -Bourne End – Bovingdon - Bower Heath – Boxmoor - Bozen Green - Bragbury End – Bramfield – Braughing - Braughing Friars - Brent Pelham – Brickendon - Bricket Wood - Brookmans Park –Broxbourne – Buntingford – Bushey –Buckland - Bygrave

Caldecote - Chapmore End – Charlton – Chaulden - Cherry Green – Chipperfield - Chiswell Green – Clothall - Codicote -Colney Heath - Colney Street - Croxley Green – Cuffley - Dane End – Datchworth – Digswell – Eastbury –Elstree -.Essendon – Felden - Fields End – Flamstead – Flaunden – Frithsden - Furneux Pelham

Garston – Gilston - Goffs Oak – Gosmore – Graveley - Great Amwell - Great Gaddesden - Great Hormead - Great Munden - Great Wymondley – Heronsgate - Hertford Heath – Hertingfordbury – Hexton - High Wych – Highfield – Hinxworth – Holwell -How Wood - Hunsdon - Hunton Bridge –Ickleford - Jersey Farm

Kelshall – Kimpton - King's Walden - Kings Langley - Kinsbourne Green – Knebworth – Langley – Lemsford - Letchmore Heath - Leverstock Green – Lilley - Little Berkhamsted - Little Gaddesden - Little Hadham - Little Hormead - Little Wymondley - London Colney - Long Marston – Loudwater

Maple Cross – Markyate – Meesden - Moor Park - Much Hadham - Napsbury - Napsbury Park - Nash Mills – Nettleden -Newgate Street – Newnham - North Mymms - Northaw - Norton – Nuthampstead – Oaklands - .Offley - Old Hall Green
Old Hatfield - Old Knebworth

Park Street - Piccotts End – Pirton - Potten End – Preston – Puckeridge – Puttenham –Radlett – Radwell – Redbourn –Reed– Rickmansworth –Ridge – Ringshall - Rush Green – Rushden – Sacombe - Sacombe Green - St Ippolyts - St Paul's Walden – Sawbridgeworth - South Oxhey – Spellbrook - Sandon – Sandridge – Sarratt – Shenley - South Mimms - St Stephens – Standon - Stanstead Abbotts - Stanstead St Margarets – Stapleford - Stocking Pelham

Tewin - Therfield – Thorley – Thundridge – Tonwell –Walkern – Walsworth- Waltham Cross – Wareside - Warner's End – Waterford – Watford - Watton-at-Stone - Welham Green -Well End - Wellpond Green – Welwyn – Westmill – Weston - Westwick Row –Wheathampstead – Whitwell – Widford – Wigginton - Willian – Wilstone – Woollensbrook - Woolmer Green – Wormley -Wyddial

 

 

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