Local floor fitter who can quickly and easily carpet the downstairs of your new home and restore your old kitchen wood flooring.

No job too small, complete your conservatory with a hard-wearing resin floor or lay stylish new laminate in the bedroom. Or too big, screed your garage floor creating a new foundation or sanding dull wooden engineered or solid wood flooring to make it look like new.

Domestic floor fitter services include;

Floor sanding

  • parquet flooring, paying attention to the flow of the wood grain
  • engineered wood, removing the sealant layer and retaining as much of the top layer as possible

Floor fitting

  • carpet, great for making a room warmer, a good cushioned underlay will make it last longer and feel more cushioned to walk on
  • laminate that can be designed to look like real wood or natural stone
  • vinyl works well in bathrooms and kitchens as waterproof with no cracks for water to seep into
  • LVT / luxury vinyl tiles come in a range of styles such as tiles, planks and Herringbone
  • wood floors with hardwood (plank / strip / hand scraped / wire brushed flooring) or engineered wood flooring
  • parquet, can be laid in various designs and patterns

Floor repairs and restoration

  • parquet restoration
  • securing any loose floorboards or replacing broken ones
  • filling gaps with either a mix of wood dust and resin or with wood silvers
  • staining, to revamp the floor with a new colour
  • sealing sanded floors with lacquers, oils and hardwax-oils

So, if you need a floor fitter to service or repair something in your home HaMuch has thousands of friendly, National Institute of Carpet & Floorlayers Association (NICF) and the Flooring Industry Training Association (FITA) registered professionals ready to help lay your cherry wood living room floor, replace a rotten timber floor with a new solid concrete ground floor and advise you between gloss floor tiles or vinyl for that anticipated bathroom project.

Do I need a floor fitter, and how do I choose one?

A great floor fitter will provide your home with beautiful wood, tile or laminate flooring. It’s important to select a local tradesman who will ensure that your floors are high-quality, durable and easy to maintain. There are many instances when you might require the expertise of a flooring contractor:

  • If you want to remodel the interior design of your home
  • When your current floor is due for renovation, perhaps because it is wearing out or damaged
  • If you’re building a new home from scratch
  • If you’re changing the use or function of a room — converting a living room into a dining room, for example. The purpose of a room generally determines the most suitable type of flooring for it.

In all of the above circumstances, it’s advisable to seek the advice of a local floor fitter. Whatever changes you’re making to your home’s floors, you will need a local flooring contractor, who will handle the entire flooring installation process and ensure your home improvements increase your home’s value

If you’re looking for floor fitting services for your home or commercial property, use HaMuch to find a quality tradesman near you. Compare prices and customer ratings to find a specialist you can trust.

What does a flooring contractor do?

Flooring contractors specialise in flooring installation and repair. Their work ranges from fitting carpets and tiles to laying timber wood and replacing laminate. These specialists will be able to select the right materials for your floor based on the intended use of your room, your budget, and the overall aesthetic you want to create, from carpet and wood to resin and asphalt.

The responsibilities of a professional flooring specialist include:

  • Preparing work spaces: Before laying carpet, tiles or any other flooring material, it’s important the work area is prepared to ensure the longevity of your new floor. A specialist will clear the work area and remove old floors if required. If they are building a new floor, they will first lay a concrete sub-floor, then lay screed (a thin layer of specialist concrete) to ensure it is level.
  • Administrative duties: While installing a new floor is largely a practical job, as with any work there are administrative tasks to be completed. These duties include working with other tradesmen on site (during renovation or building), estimating the cost and amount of materials needed, and liaising with the main contractor if the floor work is part of a larger job.
  • Carpentry duties: Wood is a material commonly used in flooring, so most floor fitters are equipped with specialist carpentry skills.
  • Finishes: The right finish can make a big difference to your floor. A floor fitter will usually wax or spray your floor for protection and decoration.
  • Repair and maintenance: Your floor installation doesn’t end when your floor has been fitted. Professional floor fitters will also be on hand to repair and maintain your floor, ensuring that it lasts for many years to come.

How to find a flooring specialist near you

To find a floor fitter near you, follow our simple three-step process:

  1. Post your job: Find your location, either by typing in your postcode or town, or selecting from our extensive list of regions, counties and cities in the UK. We ask you to select your maximum budget, so that you never pay more than what you can afford. Post the details of your job and we’ll match you with tradesmen in your area who are qualified and experienced to do the work.
  2. Get quotes: We’ll send your job listing to flooring contractors near you. We’ll notify you via text when three tradesmen have expressed interest in your job.
  3. Select your tradesman: Review the profiles and experience of the tradesmen interested in working with you. You can use HaMuch to read customer reviews from people just like you, compare rates and see how close they are to you. You can even communicate with tradesmen to discuss the work before making your decision — you’re in complete control!

Our search tools are designed to help you find a tradesman that best suits your needs, budget and location.

If you’re looking for floor fitting services for your home or commercial property, use HaMuch to find a quality tradesman near you. Compare prices and customer ratings to find a specialist you can trust.

Builder: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK

Builder: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges)
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Builder near London£36£221
Builder near Birmingham£26£203
Builder near Leeds£25£186
Builder near Glasgow£34£260
Builder near Sheffield£30£245
Builder near Bradford£25£184
Builder near Liverpool£26£179
Builder near Edinburgh£33£232
Builder near Manchester£30£192
Builder near Bristol£27£203

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Rates for Tradesmen in the UK

Builder

Builder: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Builders
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
North Somerset£29£214
Preston£27£195
Guildford£43£248
Powys£20£190
New Forest£32£227
Dumfries & Galloway£20£160
Mid Bedfordshire£35£218
North Wiltshire£25£186
North Lincolnshire£21£168
Blackpool£22£164

Carpenter & Joiner

Carpenter & Joiner: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Carpenter & Joiners
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Portsmouth£26£201
Falkirk£23£181
Warrington£29£206
Walsall£30£171
York£21£181
Bassetlaw£21£161
Southend-on-Sea£30£190
Vale of White Horse£27£209
St Helens£24£168
Doncaster£21£163

Electrician

Electrician: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Electricians
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Tameside£31£213
West Lothian£31£239
Warrington£32£221
Bristol£31£226
West Wiltshire£38£259
North East Lincolnshire£24£196
Tendring£31£222
Nuneaton & Bedworth£37£245
Bassetlaw£29£242
Caerphilly£30£205

Gardener

Gardener: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Gardeners
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
West Lothian£22£179
Canterbury£25£220
Waveney£15£120
Reading£26£213
Scarborough£50£400
Test Valley£32£114
Bedford£19£130
North East Lincolnshire£15£100
Newbury£22£168
South Oxfordshire£29£229

Locksmith

Locksmith: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Locksmiths
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Sefton£46£225
Tendring£18£145
Falkirk£22£200
Trafford£44£234
Calderdale£20£168
Solihull£55£304
Horsham£38£213
The Wrekin£45£120
South Kesteven£17£155
Broxtowe£40£275

Cleaner

Cleaner: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Cleaners
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Gateshead£13£93
Waveney£20£20
East Hertfordshire£18£143
South Kesteven£10£100
Mid Bedfordshire£24£171
Tameside£15£116
Newport£26£190
Halton£13£110
Portsmouth£21£157
Basildon£18£231

Car Mechanic

Car Mechanic: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Car Mechanics
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Sandwell£24£169
Lisburn£35£210
Caerphilly£35£240
Falkirk£30£150
South Cambridgeshire£34£250
Luton£43£245
Gloucester£40£220
Ashfield£37£255
Bury£35£219
Waveney£30£200

Heating Engineer

Heating Engineer: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Heating Engineers
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Neath Port Talbot£34£219
Preston£52£244
Newcastle-upon-Tyne£41£251
Isle of Wight£42£251
Teignbridge£36£254
Vale Royal£36£218
Dacorum£51£272
South Lanarkshire£38£267
Horsham£48£260
Broxtowe£39£247

Plumber

Plumber: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Plumbers
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Derby£38£238
Milton Keynes£46£264
Manchester£42£231
Peterborough£36£250
Coventry£37£230
North Lincolnshire£35£200
The Wrekin£82£245
North Wiltshire£48£307
West Wiltshire£48£307
Swansea£32£216

Painter & Decorator

Painter & Decorator: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Painter & Decorators
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Stafford£22£147
Carmarthenshire£15£115
South Cambridgeshire£26£180
Fife£24£175
Dover£19£154
Ipswich£19£148
West Lothian£20£158
Trafford£23£163
Brighton£54£208
Wrexham Maelor£18£141
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