Finish flooring

Finish flooring

The final floor covering, such as terra-cotta tile, linoleum, parquet flooring, marble or other masonry such as slate or encaustic tile.
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finish flooring

The material used for the finish floor surface, such as hardwood, terrazzo, tile, etc.
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Applying the vapor retarder (VR) over the subfloor allows any moisture permeating from the concrete to remain below the VR where it can work its way to the finish flooring, as plastic film is not a total vapor retarder.
It has generous accommodation including a two-storey hallway with polished blond wood finish flooring and leading to main reception rooms including sitting room, formal dining room, study/home office, reconfigured kitchen and guest cloakroom.
There is also distinctive American Walnut finish flooring throughout each and a fully-tiled bathroom with stylish alcove shelving.
The ground floor rooms all have woodlaminate finish flooring. To the side of the reception hall, the kitchen incorporates a cooker, a fridge-freezer, washing machine and the wallmounted central heating boiler.
The spacious living room includes a marble fireplace; The fitted kitchen opens on to the conservatory, and features granite work surfaces and marble finish flooring; The front of the property has a sweeping driveway and electric gates
On the ground floor is a lounge with feature fireplace and stone flagged flooring as well as a separate dining room with exposed stone wall and wood finish flooring. The fitted kitchen is enhanced by granite worktops and is supported by a utility room.
The property has a hallway with parquet finish flooring, lounge and dining room.