Balcombe House
High Street
West Sussex
RH17 5JU
Tel: 01444 473 245



Choosing the right type of flooring for your home, office or commercial setting is crucial to getting the most out of your investment. Balcombe Flooring's experienced team will be happy to discuss your requirements and help you to make the best choice. We supply and install the following types of flooring:


Carpet is a practical and stylish flooring option. Available in countless colours, blends and textures, carpet is a natural choice for reinvigorating a room. Carpet also provides comfort and insulation unlike other flooring options, which makes it a popular choice with many. Choosing the right type of carpet for your home, office or commercial setting is crucial to getting the most out of your investment. Some carpets are graded for their suitability for different applications. Carpet is also available in a variety of fibres and blends.


Vinyl has changed considerably from the old style linoleum. It is now a smart, fashionable, quality flooring material, a genuine alternative to ceramic tiles for your kitchen or bathroom. Vinyl flooring comes in various widths, designs and patterns, is very resilient, and the cushioned backing makes it a very comfortable surface to walk on. There are a vast range of designs and patterns. You can go for the look of marble, slate, ceramic tiles, timber, cork or parquetry. Vinyl is also ideal for many commercial applications, thanks to its good looks and resilience. You can even have your business logo or design theme printed onto it.


Laminate flooring offers the look of hardwood or stone flooring, but without the expense and required maintenance. Laminate flooring usually is made from high-density fiber or wood particles, with a laminate overlay that is designed to look like wood or stone. A clear, hard layer is placed on top, giving the laminate floor its durability. Laminate flooring has become a popular way to update the look of a home.

Laminate flooring works well in high-traffic areas and homes with pets. It is scratch-resistant, durable and easy to clean. Just use a dust mop or a mop dampened with water. Most manufacturers offer at least a 10-year warranty on their product.

Engineered timbers

Engineered wooden flooring consists of layered tiers of real wood pressed together. The real wood surface veneer layer is available in many different designs and finishes, and is also available in many different thicknesses ranging from 0.5mm up to 6mm. A typical veneer being 3.6mm which can be sanded 4/5 times. During the manufacturing process, the layers of real timber run in different directions meaning it is more dimensionally stable than solid wood, but identical to solid wooden flooring in appearance. Engineered wood flooring is perfect for those areas of the house where solid wood flooring may not be suitable, such as basements, conservatories or over under-floor heating.

Solid wood

Solid wood floors are manufactured from a single piece of timber, and offer the consumer the most authentic and natural wood flooring option possible. Solid wood floors are normally 18-20mm thick; therefore they can take years of wear, and the stresses of everyday life. They can also be sanded down and re-finished numerous times, which truly makes a solid wood floor a floor for life.

When choosing a solid wood floor, there can be a range of different widths, lengths and finishes available to you. The most common width range for solid wood floors tends to be between 130-150mm, although depending on species solid wood floors can be as narrow as 90mm, and up to 200mm wide.


We are continuingly growing our rug ranges in store, however we are a small shop so we are limited to what we can show. We do have a great collection of mini rugs for sampling use and can get hold of most rugs you see elsewhere at very competitive prices. We specialise in custom rugs, any size, colours, shape and style.


Some people will buy expensive carpets but then skimp on the underlay. After all, you canít see it so what does it matter? Well, it matters a lot! A good quality underlay can increase the life of your carpet, improve the feel of your carpet underfoot, provide insulation against heat loss, improve soundproofing, as well as act as a barrier against moisture, dust and grit in the sub-flooring.