JWF have been given the opportunity to make a residential bungalow in Crewe suitable for the use as a care home.
JWF are excited for the opportunity to fit out a very sad looking old newsagents in Hilton.
JWF loves to go for coffee and cake at the local cafe.
JWF Building Solutions took part in a JCB digger training day.
Wood flooring is a fantastic backdrop in residential and commercial interiors. These floorboards are available in either solid or engineered construction, so the decision as to which type is suitable in your project isn’t always clear. Help is at hand.
Solid Or Engineered Wood Flooring
Solid wood flooring is the most popular. Each floorboard is made from 100% solid hardwood such as Oak or Walnut. Due to its solid construction, this floor will last up to 100 years and will react well to sanding, a process that can rejuvenate an old looking floor. The strength of the floorboard makes it particularly popular in commercial settings as it can cope with high footfall.
Engineered Wood flooring is the more veritable of the two. Each floorboard is made from a top layer of solid wood, but the core is made from plywood and mdf. On one hand the floorboard does not have the same service life as the solid type, however on the other hand it can be fitted across the entire interior even in wet and high humidity areas such as the bathroom and kitchen (in conjunction with waterproof UV lacquered coating).
Wood Flooring Fitting
JWF Building Solutions can help you fit your wood flooring using one of two common fitting methods. The two are nail or glue down vs floating installation.
Nail or Glue Down – This method relies on nails or bonding agents to secure the floorboards directly to the subfloor. Engineered wood floor may be fitted using this method or the next, however solid wood flooring must be fitted using nail or glue. The weight of the solid wood is simply too heavy for anything but the most secure method.
Floating – This method replies on each floorboard holding its counterpart in place. An underlay is highly recommended with a floating installation to prevent contact between the floor and the subfloor and more importantly to serve as a moisture barrier and insulation. Engineered wood flooring is suitable for floating installation, but not solid wood flooring.
JWF are delighted to be attending the KBB (kitchen, bedroom and bathroom) show tomorrow! We look forward to seeing all the fresh ideas!
We only had three weeks to complete this refurbishment….take a look!!
Yew Tree House is a grade two listed building. JWF are building a rear extension and renovating the original house, along the way we have found an extra bread oven and had a mammoth task of knocking through into the original building where there was an enormous chimney which had to be made safe brick by brick.
Take a look at how the JWF team are getting on with this refurb. Only one week left until we hand it back over to the excited clients.
Take a look at the finishing photographs of the extension in Tamworth JWF started just before Christmas. We know you will wish it was yours!