Installations


Endura Design Flooring Installation and what we can offer -

Our Warehouse Facilities are situated in a Secure Industrial Estate with around the clock security surveillance and is manned by our own Warehouseman.

Our warehouse has a Heating regulated System for all types of flooring and is to help with the acclimatisation for Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) such as Amtico, Karndean Design flooring, Harvey Maria to name but a few.

If it has been recommended that due to colour matches and their discrepancies you need to buy all your floor covering in advance whether its LVT, Carpet, Wood, or engineered wood, we can offer to store your flooring in our safe acclimatised warehouse facility until you are ready for the installation.

This facility has been proving more than instrumental when the deliveries have not been as reliable since the 2020 lockdown.

What is Acclimatization? And Why Acclimatise your Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)

Acclimatization - for the Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) needs acclimatisation and this must be done 48 hours before being installed within your home to adjust to the environment’s humidity and temperature. Storing the LVT in our heat regulated warehouse supports the installation process by keeping your flooring warm enough to give a good installation.

Working when it’s cold can give the installation a few problems by being too brittle to work with.

Luxury Vinyl Tile – 24 hours acclimatisation

Natural Solid wood and Engineered wood – 72 hours acclimatization

If acclimatisation is not adhered to, the product can expand or contract due to the sudden change of environment therefore leading to the product to gapping, warping, buckling or cupping, this will not be noticeable straight away, it will happen over a period of time.

If the environment has had underfloor heating installed it will need to be switched off for at least 48 hours prior to the installation day. Once installation is completed the heating then can be turned on and gradually increased to 85°F* (27°C) at no more than 4°F (2°C) per day to the desired temperature.

Subfloor Preparations

At Endura we cannot stress enough the importance of good floor preparation. It’s the most important and major part of achieving a superb look for your new flooring.

With the vast range of different flooring types available now they come with their own unique set of characteristics’ which will determine their correct installation process, and this plays an important role.

It is critical that the correct method of installation is followed.

Time and time again we are being asked to give our expertise and guidance of customer’s badly prepared subs floors.

There are many factors in getting the right choice of materials. We use our years of experience and knowledge in choosing the right materials and the correct preparation methods, whether it’s a concrete sub-floor or a wood-based sub-floor. After a detailed subfloor inspection, our experts will decide what subfloor preparation is right for your project and the correct preparation is a vital step towards a perfect new floor and to protect your investment in the long term.

Without the correct choice of subflooring materials, you could end up with a more costly project.

We advise that time spent ensuring the subfloor is perfect for installing is recommended.

Any undulation, imperfections in the subfloor will eventually telegraph through your new flooring.

Endura has invested in a comprehensive range of subfloor preparation machines from the floor scabblers to diamond grinders with dust extraction to cope with any subfloor ‘challenges’ that could arise.

What we can offer

  • Diamond Grinding
  • Tile Removal
  • Scabblers
  • Screed Pumping
  • DPM (Damp Proof Membrane)
  • Moisture Testing

We have the same exact professionalism and standard as our contracting side to our domestic side so your subfloor will receive the best possible treatment for your new flooring installation.

Every subfloor is different, and we will assess its condition and the requirements of preparation to the correct and recommended standards for your new flooring product.