Karndean Flooring in LythamInstall attractive and durable Karndean flooring in Lytham. This LVT (luxury vinyl tile) brand is a world-famous flooring solution. Our company is proud to be associated with such a prestigious brand. We are an independent, family-owned company. Our client base is located mainly in the Blackpool and Fylde area. However, we are glad to service customers in the neighbouring areas and beyond. We supply carpets, curtains, flooring, and fitted furniture for bedrooms. Our customers value our high-quality workmanship, attention to detail, affordable pricing and expert fitting services. Hence, our years of being in business mean we have valuable experience. We stay in sync with the latest technology, materials, products and information.

We have worked on a number of very important projects in the Blackpool area. In Lytham, Karndean flooring enhances the functionality and beauty of these places. Apart from these, we put our heart and soul into residential projects. Whatever the problems we encounter, our aim is to complete every project on time and with maximum focus on quality. Furthermore, We can provide you with a full-scale design service for interiors. Thus, using computer simulation, we can give you a glimpse of the final product, in full colour. Thus, this helps you to avoid expensive, time-consuming mistakes and catch them before they happen. In addition, We ensure that we finish every job to our exacting standards. Our team makes every effort to cause minimum disruption to your schedule.

Karndean flooring in Lytham has a totally different image. Moreover, it’s a luxury product for the decoration of a variety of living and working spaces. This flooring is durable, easy to maintain, tough and versatile. Thus, there are different ranges available to match your individual requirements. You can use your imagination with our design strips and inserts. Contact Harper & Pye for about our available range. Karndean is a highly advanced type of vinyl flooring. Gone are the days when vinyl looked and felt tacky. It was used exclusively in nursing homes, clinics or industrial settings. In homes, kitchens or hallways were places where vinyl flooring made an appearance.