With brighter evenings and earlier mornings, it can be difficult to get a full eight hours of sleep. That’s why it’s not surprising to hear that the average person gets 6 hours and 19 minutes of sleep a night in Britain.
Carpet has to be one of our most requested, and popular flooring choices for both residential and commercial buildings in the South. It’s been a fan favourite throughout the decades, becoming a staple in most bedrooms, corridors and lounges. But what exactly makes this flooring
Achieving a restful night’s sleep can be more tricky for some than others, many lifestyle decisions we make in the day can affect our sleep quality at night. If you’re currently struggling with your sleeping routine, our experts have put together four reasons why you may not be getting enough sleep or feeling rested.
Choosing the right flooring for your home doesn't have to be a struggle. You’ve decided that wood flooring is the ideal option for your home, in regards to appearance and its longevity, but which is the best finish for you? There’s a wide selection of options in hardwood flooring finishes that include UV oil, natural oil, hard wax oil and lacquer.
Deciding on a new flooring type for any office can be tricky to decide, there are many options available that all claim to be suitable for any commercial environment when in reality they’re not. Our experts discuss the benefits of both vinyl and carpet tile flooring for commercial offices, to determine which is better for certain rooms such as kitchens, bathrooms, boardrooms and corridors.
The start of March begins International Bed Month, and our experts are delving into what helps Britain get a good night’s sleep. Contrary to popular belief people are turning to technology to achieve the perfect night’s sleep. A study by Furniture123 found that 51% of participants rely on sleep-aid apps to get some quality rest.