Flooring of all styles fitted to suit your needs

The type of flooring that’s best for your garden room is dictated by what you intend to use it for.

If it’s to be used as a gym, then a rubber tile is the go-to option to protect the floor from heavy use and absorb the impact should heavy weights be dropped on it.

Engineered wooden flooring is a high-end product that’s ideal for a garden office or reading room but not ideal for a busy entertainment room.

If your garden room is to be used as an entertainment area, then we recommend laminate flooring. It is a cost-effective option that’s easy to keep clean, and it’s less likely to be damaged by spillages than its more expensive engineered wood counterpart. Carpet is not the best choice in an entertainment area as these spaces tend to get used heavily, meaning the flooring is more likely to be damaged. If you do decide on carpet, we recommend carpet tiles. Then, in the event of any damage, you can easily replace a single tile instead of replacing the whole carpet.

Laminate Flooring

Our garden rooms come fitted with laminate flooring as standard. Both versatile and resilient, laminate flooring wears well over time while boasting a classic aesthetic.

Engineered Wooden Flooring

Upgrading to engineered wooden flooring will extend the lifespan of your floor while improving the aesthetic of your garden room due to the real-wood decorative layer on top of the boards.

Gym Flooring

Non-slip rubber flooring makes an excellent addition to any gym-based garden room, ensuring you do not slip when exercising and protecting the floor from heavy weight drops.

Carpet Tile

Carpet tiles are a great way to give your garden room a warmer feel underfoot. Tiles are cost-effective and hard-wearing. They are also very practical because individual tiles can be replaced rather than having to re-floor the whole room.