Linoleum flooring / Sustainable & flexible

Made using natural, raw materials in a CO2 neutral production process, linoleum is hard to beat on sustainability.

Lino is also extremely versatile. Available in tile format or in large sheets, in a vast range of colours, Linoleum is used across commercial healthcare, leisure, education and workplace projects.

Lino flexibility

Low maintenance, hard wearing and safe, linoleum is UK-allergy approved, and free of phthalates and PVC, making it the ideal choice for healthy, non-toxic environments.

Lino flooring is rising in popularity, as a new generation discovers its sustainability credential, and in commercial projects where compliance to SKA, LEED, BREEAM and WELL Building standards are increasingly required.


1. How sustainable is linoleum flooring?

Compared to more modern vinyl flooring alternatives, linoleum is making a come-back due to its sustainability credentials.

Created from raw natural materials, such as wood flour, cork dust, resins, linseed oil and mineral fillers, linoleum is biodegradable and does not involve any toxic chemicals during the manufacturing process.

2. How easy is it to maintain linoleum flooring?

The answer is very! With simple care and maintenance, linoleum flooring can last for decades.

This natural flooring is sensitive to acidic or chemical cleaners therefore we recommend soapy water or a neutral pH linoleum cleaner.

Wax should be applied to linoleum every 2-6 months, to provide extra protection, but please ensure the waxing product is linoleum-friendly – we are happy to advise.

3. Which linoleum flooring manufacturers do you work with?

We work with leading manufacturers, including Forbo and Tarkett, which offer a long track record of product excellence, choice and sustainability.

4. Can I request a quick quotation?

Yes, simply complete the details on our quotation form and one of our customer advisors will be in touch with an initial quotation.

5. Do you offer onsite consultations?

Yes, for many projects we are able to visit sites to provide a consultation and estimate for the project. Please request a consultation and our team will contact you.

6. Can I request product samples?

Yes, we can arrange for a selection of samples to be sent to you, via our manufacturer partners. Simply contact one of our flooring experts who will be happy to help.

Alternatively, request an onsite consultation and we will bring
a range of samples to you.

7. Can you remove and dispose of old floor coverings?

Yes, we do this as part of our site preparation work and take pride in keeping work spaces tidy. Where possible, we recycle used carpet and vinyl flooring as members of Recofloor and Carpet Recycling UK to reduce landfill waste – a key sustainability challenge for the flooring industry.

8. Which geographical areas do you cover?

Our installation team works across the UK and our product specialists can offer in-depth advice over the phone. Our head office is based in London.

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