That question about warmth can possibly best be answered by pointing out that there are a range of options available to those who are concerned about getting cold feet. The recent trend to make wider use of underfloor heating certainly ties in rather nicely with the use of wooden floors, while some people are keen to opt for rugs and mats.
The use of rugs is clearly a question of personal choice. Is there any point in making use of wooden flooring, if you are really intent on hiding your choice away so that it can’t be seen in all its glory? Rather than answering that, it’s probably enough to say that home owners and other individuals will be inclined to make their own decisions.
Those looking at wooden flooring London, for example, may do so on the understanding that they are really buying a premium product. If you opt for something that you can be truly proud of, then why would you later hide that from view?
We’ve touched there on the view of hardwood flooring, in particular, as being something of a premium product. Does that automatically indicate that you’ll end up paying a lot more for it? This is when we start to discuss the subject of value for money. After all, does the amount that is spent necessarily equate to the quality of what you receive?
It’s certainly true that wooden floors will tend to be more expensive than other alternatives, but it’s rarely a case of carrying out a truly direct comparison.