What Services Do We Offer At Serious Flooring?

Our professional team can complete a wide range of services,

including, but not limited to:

• Surface preparation works
• Glue removal
• Waterproofing membrane removal
• Floor Grinding
• Concrete Polishing
• Epoxy paint removal
• Concrete Planing
• Floor preparation & leveling
• Tile Removal
• Magnesite Removal
• Carpet Removal
• Floorboard Removal

Concrete Polishing

By choosing polished concrete — the most modern, eco-friendly, and cost-effective flooring option available today — you have taken the right step towards an alternative flooring for your project. Often called the perfect building material, polished concrete is a decorative flooring option that is not only durable and cost-effective but also trendy.

Polished concrete is known for its preference in high-traffic areas like warehouses and industrial facilities & for its low cost and super durability, long life, and resistance to abrasions and stains. It is now hardly surprising that polished concrete is also the preferred flooring choice in residential, retail, and decorative markets.

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Concrete Grinding

Our high-speed grinders do quick work of levelling uneven spots, irregular joints, and rough or bumpy concrete surfaces. Whatever the application, concrete grinding can save you time and money while minimising the risk of an onsite accident. Additionally, we own and operate our own equipment, which means you pay less. We’re also proud to have an accredited team that understands the complexities of concrete maintenance.

We offer a large range of Concrete Grinding services.

Including (but not limited to)

  • Concrete Grinding (General)
  • Waterproof Membrane Removal
  • Glue Residue Removal
  • Stencil, Stamped and Spraycrete Removal
  • Epoxy Coating Removal
  • Paint Removal
  • And more!

Floorboard Removal

We offer a large range of Floorboard Removal services.

Including (but not limited to)

  • Parquet
  • Laminate
  • Floorboards
  • Hybrid
  • Hardwood
  • Cypress Pine
  • Bamboo
  • Engineered Oak
  • Engineered Hardwood

Vinyl and Lino Removal

We offer a large range of Vinyl and Lino Removal services.

Including (but not limited to)

  • Vinyl Tile Removal
  • Vinyl Plank Removal
  • Vinyl Sheet Removal
  • Lino Tile Removal
  • Lino Plank Removal
  • Lino Sheet Removal

Waterproof Membrane Removal

We offer a large range of Waterproof Membrane Removal services.

Including (but not limited to)

  • Rooftop Waterproofing Removal
  • Waterproof Membrane Removal
  • Waterproof Skirtings Removal
  • Waterproof Stair Coating Removal

Tile Removal

We offer a large range of Tile Removal services.

Including (but not limited to)

  • Tile Removal
  • Slate Tile Removal

Magnesite Removal

We offer a large range of Magnesite Flooring Removal services to complete your entire project from start to finish.

Including (but not limited to)

  • Magnesite Flooring Removal
  • Concrete Grinding
  • Disposal of all Waste
  • Floor Levelling

Carpet Removal

We offer a large range of Carpet Removal services.

Including (but not limited to)

  • Residential Carpet Removal
  • Commercial Carpet Removal
  • ‘Smoothedge’ Carpet Removal
  • ‘Nailed’ Carpet Removal
  • ‘Stapled’ Carpet Removal
  • ‘Glued’ Carpet Removal
  • Carpet Tile Removal

Glue Residue Removal

We offer a large range of Glue Removal services.

Including (but not limited to)

  • Thinset Glue Removal
  • Carpet Glue Removal
  • Tile Glue Removal
  • Pressure Sensitive Glue Removal
  • Glue Residue Removal
  • Mastic Glue Removal (Non-Asbestos Only)

Floor Levelling

Floor Levelling is extremely important prior to installing any new flooring system.

Floor Levelling is our specialty. Our Floor Levelling specialist team will ensure that your concrete surface is completely level when your new floor covering is installed to ensure that it can be installed correctly without failure.

A large portion of people who install new flooring in their home or commercial building fail to inspect the Levelling of their concrete and timber subfloor, which almost always leaves their floors with subtle errors and dips. Before installing your new flooring system, always ensure that correct floor preparation is undertaken prior to the installation of carpet, vinyl, tiles, floorboards, etc.

Epoxy Flooring

Resinous flooring:

Epoxy Flooring is very common in moulded floors, and it is most suitable for interiors. In comparison, polyurethane type of floors are harder and have a greater life expectancy. On the other hand, the surface is softer, and it is applied in 2-3 millimetres. Thanks to these properties, “epoxide” is commonly used in heavy industry, warehouses, or logistic centres.

Besides the already mentioned areas, this surface is suitable for places with a high concentration of people – dining rooms, bars, hotel rooms, offices, and lecture rooms. When it comes to inhabited areas, it can be used everywhere – hall, kitchen, living room, bedroom, and most importantly – garages. After the installation of the floor, the application of special surface paint is recommended. It protects the floor against scratches – these are more common than on polyurethane floors.

Epoxy floor reacts with humidity by blending, but its usage in areas with higher humidity is commonly considered to be a better choice than polyurethane floor.

Grind and Seal

Sealed concrete floors and polished concrete floors are two different types of concrete finishes, each with its own unique characteristics and benefits.

Sealed concrete floors involve the application of a protective sealer to the surface of the concrete.

The sealer penetrates the surface of the concrete and creates a barrier that helps to prevent moisture and stains from penetrating the surface. Sealed concrete floors can have a matte or gloss finish, depending on the type of sealer used, and can be tinted to achieve a variety of colours.

Sealed concrete floors are typically less expensive than polished concrete floors and are a popular choice for industrial and commercial settings. Polished concrete floors involve the use of specialized machinery, such as diamond grinders and polishers, to grind and polish the surface of the concrete to achieve a smooth, high-gloss finish.

The polishing process involves multiple steps and typically involves the use of progressively finer grits of diamond abrasives to achieve the desired finish. Polished concrete floors are durable, long-lasting, and have a high-end, elegant look that is popular in residential, commercial, and retail settings. Polished concrete floors are typically more expensive than sealed concrete floors due to the specialized equipment and labour required for the polishing process.

In summary, sealed concrete floors provide a protective barrier to the surface of the concrete, while polished concrete floors involve a multi-step process to grind and polish the surface to achieve a smooth, high-gloss finish. The choice of finish depends on the specific needs and aesthetic preferences of the project, as well as the budget available.