Winter is really upon us now with thoughts turning to heating, and along with that always comes the question “What are the best types of heating?’’ Many things have to be considered like heating efficacy, energy efficiency, convenience, cost etc.
Since COVID-19 we are also seeing a huge spike in home renovations with people adding on office spaces etc. So right now really is the right time to consider this question of heating, especially if you’re building or renovating as your style of heating may be a part of the project.
There are of course many types of heating and most people opt for a fireplace or the easy to move gas or electric heaters. These usually stand in a corner somewhere but unfortunately, that corner is pretty much the only area that they cover, and people find themselves huddled into one space to get warmth.
Well, there is a better way – underfloor heating or UFH. Yes, admittedly it is a bit more costly at the point of installation, but it’s a great investment in any home as it’s a great permanent fixture. So let’s examine a few practical reasons why underfloor heating is the treat under your feet!
It covers a greater area
Have you ever experienced the luxury of walking into a home with underfloor or under carpet heating? The great thing is wherever you go in the room the temperature seems to be the same throughout. That’s one of its greatest advantages. No more huddling in one corner.
Freedom of design
Because there are no cold spots when every part of a room is covered with UFH, it is better for freedom of design as you need not allow space for fireplaces, radiators etc. You are also free to choose any type of floor or carpeting too as underfloor and under-carpet heating can be used under any floor including wood, laminate, vinyl, carpet etc.
Believe it or not, although it covers a wide space, it is generally more energy-efficient than conventional heaters. The reason for this is that once the room is heated to the required temperature the UFH can run at a lower temperature than a standard heater and still be efficient.
This means it also gives you great temperature control. You have a thermostat that can be set to your exact specifications for each zone in the home and smart apps are available too that allow you to set temperatures even when away from the home.
Libra flooring’s got you covered
Not everyone knows that Libra Flooring based in Montague Gardens, Cape Town, is a flooring and carpeting business that not only installs every type of floor and a wide range of carpets but are also expert installers of underfloor and under carpet heating too.
We execute this service with the same balance of quality and price that we offer for all our wide range of products. Talk to us before you lay your next floor or carpet and seriously consider the benefits, investment value and of course the treat of having heat under your feet!Read More
Developments in sports and exercise research are constantly revealing new ways to maximise human performance and fitness for better health. A Sports Conditioning Trainer or Exercise Specialist will ensure that the people whom they train always perform optimally. The Advanced Certificate in Sports Conditioning available exclusively at eta College is available at a selection of Campus’s in South Africa.
As an Exercise Specialist or Sports Conditioner Trainer, you will require an interest in keeping fit and healthy and have a passion for helping your clients succeed in their fitness goals. These two careers are very similar, and you will study the same degree course in exercise science, but which path your choose is very much dependant on your passion and interests.
Sports Conditioning Trainer
As a Sports Conditioning Trainer, you will get to work with elite aspiring athletes through one-on-one sessions and drilling as a group. You will learn to work intelligently, both on and off the field. You will have to develop interval programmes that allow your athlete to peak at critical times in the season. You will also need to learn to be creative in creating plans for different types of athletes, constantly reviewing what may be working or require tweaking.
Being an Exercise Specialist allows you to work with a very diverse market of clients. You will be able to work with people at all stages of life. You might be helping young children to develop and grow through physical exercise. You may also work with pregnant women and learn how to make sure they remain strong and fit throughout their pregnancy. You may also work with older adults, offering safe and effective techniques to keep them strong and healthy into old age.
Whichever path you choose, your passion and the drive to be at the top of your game should inspire you to be the best you can.
The Bachelor of Exercise in Sport and Leisure from ETA College provides the depth of theory and application practice for anyone interested in either one of these positions. It also allows you to work in these additional positions:
• Fitness Programme Manager
• Leisure Manager
• Sports Programme Manager
Although the core discipline of the degree is Exercise Science (also known as Sports Science), the course also offers modules in business management and psycho-social studies to ensure a well-rounded professional.
By integrating these knowledge fields, graduates can be assured of designing, managing, and implementing scientifically-based programmes for a range of participants within a range of sport, fitness or leisure business environments.
The programme provides the foundational knowledge required to work in the fitness industry at a professional level. The course also equips students to successfully attain a sound scientific knowledge base in exercise science and wellness and practical skills and appropriate attitudes and values to enhance health, optimise well-being and performance of individuals and communities.
In addition to the exercise science element, the psycho-social and management subject streams that have been added further enhance your employability at the end of the degree. After completing this programme, graduates will have the confidence to:
• Apply current science and wellness models to sport and leisure programmes
• Conduct screening, assessment, testing and exercise prescription
• Design and implement programmes for individual’s, communities or organisations
• Manage business environments in sport and leisure
• Apply relevant psycho-social knowledge and skills to leadership and management.
This is an NQF level 7 Learning programme accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE). The qualification it achieves is registered on the Higher Education Qualifications Sub Framework. For further information on this course, please click here.
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Informa Markets, the organiser of Malaysian International Furniture Fair (MIFF), the biggest industry show in Southeast Asia, has moved MIFF 26th edition from 1-4 September 2021 to 8-11 March 2022 due to the ongoing global pandemic. MIFF 26th edition will be held at the Malaysia International Trade & Exhibition Centre (MITEC) and Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC). In the absence of the physical show in 2021, the 3rd edition of MIFF Online Exhibition, MIFF Furniverse, will take place in August 2021.
Dato’ Tan Chin Huat, founder and chairman of MIFF, said: “We regret that we are unable to bring MIFF’s physical event back this year though we miss our show, exhibitors and visitors so much. However, we have never stopped connecting the global furniture market and providing trade opportunities to exhibitors and buyers.”
MIFF Furniverse has concluded its second edition earlier this year (8-12 March 2021), with the virtual trade attracting 67 exhibitors and 1,703 buyer visits from 101 countries and regions, an increase of 35.5% from the first edition in August 2020, contributing to a total of USD4.55 million sales generated over the five-day live event. Strong numbers of buyers from Asia attended, followed by buyers from Europe and North America. It also brought new buyers (31% of the total) who have not visited MIFF before to start sourcing from MIFF exhibitors. “We are glad to receive advanced bookings from new exhibitors to join the 3rd MIFF Furniverse based on real business achieved from the last two editions.
“The online exhibition connects the industry and furniture community at this challenging time, it has proven its effectiveness to help global buyers accomplish their business needs with the absence of a physical show,” said Dato’ Tan. From the Philippines, Rowena Ramirez of Igo Digital High Technology found MIFF Furniverse ‘useful and a good avenue for networking’. High praise from Alan Wogan of VIDA Living in Ireland, who said that “Absolutely the best show MIFF has put on in these difficult circumstances. It was great to have a shop window to look into – the first for such a long time.”
MIFF is the largest marketplace for Malaysian exporters and their predominantly wood and upholstery furniture for home and commercial use, and it offers the widest range of office furniture in the region from Malaysian and international manufacturers. MIFF attracts buyers from 140 countries and regions, the MIFF-online experience provides a great alternative for manufacturers and buyers to remain connected.
For more information, visit www.miff.com.
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The Iziko South African National Gallery is the national art gallery of South Africa and it is located in Government avenue Cape Town. It became part of the Iziko collection of museums – as managed by the Department of Arts and Culture – in 2001.
It is rated as South Africa’s premier art museum and it houses outstanding collections of South African, African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish art. Selections from the Permanent Collection regularly change to enable the museum to have a full programme of temporary exhibitions of paintings, works on paper, photography, sculpture, beadwork, textiles and architecture.
Time for change
Seldom does change take place in these state-protected buildings, but the growing demand for art displays dictated that more exhibition space was required, and it was decided to remove the drywalling from the existing coffee shop to accommodate this.
The removal of the walls incurred some damage to the beautiful parquet flooring and an expert flooring company, able to handle the intricate repair was required to do the job. Libra Flooring, a Montague gardens-based flooring company who are accredited Government suppliers on the Central supplier Database CSD, were given the distinction of renovating the floors and were very proud to be part of such a prestigious project.
The parquet block flooring that was used was in teak as were many of the floors in those types of substantial historical buildings. The method of fixing was done in the traditional way of sanding and sealing and setting it with bitumen.
Very happy clients
Curator Angela Zehnder was absolutely thrilled with the outcome and the magnificent finish of the repaired flooring. It had enhanced the look of the new area without changing the ambience of the gallery as a whole as these before and after pictures clearly display…
Versatile and experienced flooring specialists
This was a coup for Libra flooring as it was not only part of a prestigious national renovation to a much-treasured institution, but it displayed the versatility and expertise of a Cape Town flooring company that has been servicing the community for over 20 years.
Based in Montague Gardens we supply and instal every type of flooring as well as wooden decking for the outdoors, carpets, rugs, blinds and shutters. Look us up or contact us because whether you are a treasured Cape institution, or just the guy next door, we promise a ‘balance of quality and price’ every time.
Find out more here: https://www.libraflooring.co.za/
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Recent research conducted by the CRI (Carpets and Rugs Institute) in North America dispels the long-held belief that Carpets are problematic for Asthma sufferers as they contain harmful allergens that affect them adversely.
This is simply not true according to the CSI’s report and they also say, “Our research has consistently shown how carpet keeps allergens, dirt, and debris out of the breathing zone.” “It is simple science. Carpet improves air quality by trapping particles, dirt, and debris in the carpet which keeps them out of the air you breathe. Regular cleaning then removes the particles for good.’’
Even more encouraging is that this has been endorsed by the USA’s NHLBI (National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute) who no longer include any recommendations regarding removing carpets as a way to treat asthma and allergies.
Knowing, therefore, that carpets are not actually a danger but that they simply trap dust particles is evidence enough that you need only keep carpets clean, and you can breathe easy!
Professional cleaning is best
One thing however that does make a difference is that carpets need to be professionally cleaned on a regular basis.
There are a few reasons for this. Apart from thoroughly, and not just partially removing the built-up dust particles and allergens, it can prevent a lot of more sinister issues like dust mite infestations for example which can occur without the homeowner even knowing it.
Professional cleaning also reduces the odours that carpets can trap after a while from pet ‘accidents’ and other things that aren’t always removed with normal vacuuming. Some staining can only be removed by professional cleaning and by ensuring proper sanitisation and cleaning with safe chemicals professional cleaning can actually prolong the life span of the carpet too.
Carpet and Flooring suppliers and installers can help too
What a lot of people don’t know is that top carpeting and flooring suppliers and installers like Libra Flooring in Montague Gardens Cape Town, are also professional carpet cleaners and therefore you can keep all your carpeting requirements under one roof.
The advantage of doing this is that Libra Flooring has a great reputation for having provided reliable, professional services for over 20 years and have built a solid client base in that time.
Why not contact us and keep all your carpeting, rugs and of course flooring requirements with the Flooring experts – Libra flooring? – We look forward to being of service to you.
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The skin is not only the largest organ of your body, but also provides essential protection from infection, UV light and injury. As a model, it is therefore vital to take care of your skin, regardless of your gender, to ensure a radiant and youthful complexion.
A basic daily skin care routine should consist of cleansing, toning and moisturising with exfoliation added in at least twice a week, but no more than three times a week. A mask can also be applied after the exfoliation.
Types of Skin
The type of skin that you, as a model have, will determine the types of products that you use. For example, a person with an oily skin should never use a product made for someone with a dry skin as it may overcompensate and cause a breakout, which can be a nightmare before a shoot.
There are five predominant skin types:
In addition to these skin types, the seasons and your geographical location can also affect your skin type. A Gauteng winter is harsh and drying to the skin – far less so than a winter in the Western Cape. Models may find themselves having to change products during seasons, especially if you have an oily or dry skin.
Step 1: Cleansing
One of the biggest no-no’s is for a model is to go to bed with your makeup on. Besides being incredibly aging, this can block your pores and cause break-outs. Remember that your skin is more active during the night as it repairs the damage from the day.
A proper facial cleanse should be done first thing in the morning and before bed at night – no matter how late it is. Cleansing helps to remove the build-up of dirt and bacteria that accumulate during the day, and also prepare the skin to receive moisturisers or serums. Cleansers come in a range of products which includes, soaps, gels and creamy cleansers.
Step 2: Toning
The skin should be toned twice a day after cleansing to keep it supple and to remove any additional dirt or remaining cleanser. Toner is usually applied to the face on a piece of cotton wool.
Step 3: Moisturising
The purpose of a moisturiser is to nourish the cells and provide a protective barrier layer to the skin. If the day moisturiser does not contain sun protection, then an additional sunscreen should be used – especially under South African conditions.
Exfoliators come in many different forms which include gels, scrubs and powders. The aim of an exfoliator is to remove any dead skin cells, unblock your pores and give your skin a radiant and fresh look. It is important to avoid scrubs with course granules as these can enlarge your pores. Always avoid the eye area when using an exfoliator.
There are many different types of masks available on the market and these depend on what your skin requires. A clay mask will benefit an oily skin, while a rich, creamy mask will help moisturise dry skin. Again, it is important to avoid the eye area when applying a mask.
The skin around the eye area is very delicate and specialised eye creams will help reduce puffiness, dark circles and wrinkles.
A trip to a local beauty salon will help you find the right products and regime for your skin type.
As much priority as you give your face, you should also give to your body. There are a range of exfoliators and body creams and oils for your body that will moisturise and repair damaged skin.
The Circle Model Management is a boutique model agency based in Cape Town, South Africa, and always emphasise the importance of a good skin care routine for both men and women.
To find a model or to offer your modelling services to them, visit their website here.
Article by The Circle Model Management.
Westech’s leading IT company in South Africa works together with business’s to assist with their digital transformation. With rapid technological advances in the IT sector come digital disruptions, which can instantly cripple a company’s business operations. Companies need to be able and willing to adapt and be well prepared and innovative to overcome this and remain competitive. This can only be achieved through a thorough digital transformation strategy.
This strategy will need to address three main issues;
1) What is the current IT status of the business?
2) What objectives does the business want its IT to achieve?
3) What is the budget to meet these objectives?
Only once the business processes and operations are fully understood can these questions be answered. Having a grasp of these functions will make it easier to identify opportunities as well as problems.
Steps to a Winning Digital Transformation Strategy
A digital transformation strategy should affect every part of the business, so it is important to get buy-in from all employees and management. Resistance to change is to be expected, but it will derail the best-laid plans if not managed correctly.
Implementing this strategy will involve a sustained effort on many fronts and from many partners since various cross-functional skills will be required to achieve all the objectives. Businesses may consider contracting an experienced IT business partner to assist them with the multiple aspects of the project. An external consultant, such as Westech, helps companies identify the skill sets and competencies they will need to add future capacity and capabilities for this project.
Digital transformation will be a monthly strategy and project for any company; therefore, the company must allocate sufficient funds for this endeavour. By having an initial idea of the budget available, businesses, together with their outsourced IT partner, can efficiently identify their priorities and allocate the necessary funds.
As mentioned earlier, having a thorough understanding of the business’s processes and operations is essential. It will result in a large amount of data that must be effectively used to build a strong foundation for digital transformation. In addition, it can also be leveraged to overcome the competition.
There will be significant changes ahead. Some of these changes will force certain processes to be completely overhauled for various stakeholders, hence the importance of getting buy-in from all stakeholders from the beginning. It may also be necessary to gain buy-in from different stakeholders at various milestones to ensure good progress. There are many different elements in a digital transformation strategy, but the outcome will only be successful if the vision is transparent and the cultural aspects are carefully considered. For more information on approaching a digital transformation strategy, contact Westech.
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Let us help you understand the difference. Multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud are two terms that are often confused. Whereas the multi-cloud environment involves using multiple cloud services from more than one service provider, a hybrid cloud infrastructure entails the combined use of both public and private clouds to perform a single IT task by leveraging resources from two different clouds. In this instance, the overlapping middle-ground between the two separate clouds provides a transmission bridge for data without compromising productivity or security.
Cloud services are either public or private. A public cloud is used by multiple customers without interacting with each other, such as in banking, online shopping portals, etc. Private cloud services allow companies to build/maintain their own cloud or use a service provider who hosts a private cloud for them.
Each type of cloud has different strengths, and some are better at specific tasks than others. It will require an in-depth analysis to determine which one/s should be leveraged for the maximum benefit to the business.
Multi-cloud solutions integrate several public cloud servers, which the company can use for various business applications or redundancy and system backups. Its multiple identity infrastructure allows a multi-cloud strategy to make use of SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS. Although a multi-cloud strategy can use a mix of public, private or even hybrid cloud solutions – they do not necessarily use different types of clouds.
As soon as services are used on-site and in external public or private clouds, this results in a hybrid-cloud solution where it becomes possible to share data between the servers. Companies often use a hybridised form of multi-cloud deployment, consisting of both an on-site data centre and a private cloud.
The benefit of a hybrid-cloud infrastructure is that it allows companies a great deal of flexibility in terms of rapid scalability and secure access. However, it can be more expensive, and there are situations where companies do not require data to be shared between two clouds. This is where a multi-cloud environment should be considered.
|Multi-Cloud Pros||Hybrid-Cloud Pros|
|Reduced Vendor Lock-In||Wide Variety of Technology|
|Potential Cost-Savings||Backups To Avoid Downtime|
|Agile solutions||Retain Sensitive Data On-Site|
Selecting which type of cloud management platform should be used can be very confusing. Its architecture should be designed to minimise other infrastructure management actions yet still obtain the best possible performance.
The Westech IT team understands how the wrong choice can impact business operations and costs. Their extensive experience with private, public, hybrid and multi-cloud deployments enables companies to attain their objectives in terms of cost, bandwidth, speed, data storage and security – without any compromises.
The key to a successful multi-cloud or hybrid strategy is to have a single, reliable IT partner to manage capacity and connect users to the necessary resources. Westech is your partner for professional advice about multi-cloud strategies. Contact us to discuss your requirements and setup a meeting with one of our consultants.
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In his article, “Why a Hybrid Workplace Will Be The Best Model Moving Forward“, Dan Schawbel, New York Times Bestselling Author and Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence, wrote that remote working has changed from primarily a company perk to a crucial requirement over the last decade.
While some employers have embraced remote working, others believe that having employees working from an office is far more beneficial. Some of the reasons mentioned behind this thinking are as follows;
Feelings of Seclusion
During the pandemic, lockdown resulted in increased feelings of isolation – especially for people living on their own. Remote working further exacerbated these feelings because employees found it difficult to create personal connections with their colleagues, and build a team culture over email, video or telephone calls.
Fear of Being Overlooked
Many employees have an inherent fear that, if they are not regularly visible, that they will be forgotten and therefore overlooked when it comes to promotions and other opportunities within the company.
Lack of Focus
Although distractions happen, whether working remotely from home or in an office environment, distractions at home are more commonplace, especially from children and partners. As each person’s workspace at home is different, so too is their ability to ignore distractions – up to a point. A consistent loss of focus can severely impact an employee’s productivity, especially if they are not highly self-disciplined.
Background talking and notification alerts are mentioned as two of the most disruptive types of background noise, resulting in a loss of work focus and varying levels of miscommunication. A Doodle survey of more than 1,100 U.S. employees determined that 52% of the employees had their focus disrupted by background noise and/or low audio quality, while 23% said that it led to miscommunications with clients.
Work From Home Burnout
Remote working has shown to cause some mental health issues, such as anxiety and stress, as a result of a work-life imbalance. According to a study of over 1,000 remote employees by Twingate, remote working is causing workers to lose their sense of work/life balance during the pandemic. Their findings also included:
- A full week of virtual meetings leaves 38% of employees feeling exhausted, while 30% felt stressed.
- 45% of employees reported attending more meetings during the pandemic than when working in the office, compared to 21% who attended fewer meetings.
- 40% of employees experienced mental exhaustion from video calls while working remotely.
In terms of another source of stress to employees, caused by perceptions and experiences relating to company IT security, the findings indicated:
- 59% of employees felt more cyber-secure working in-office compared to at home.
- 58% of employees reported discussing sensitive information on work video calls.
- Over 1 in 10 employees had their video calls hacked while working remotely.
CEOs from other large corporates, such as Netflix’s Reed Hastings, also expressed their low regard for remote work stating that it is “a pure negative”.
Slack is a collaboration hub that provides digital tools and services to improve people’s working lives. In a recent study released, they found that only 13% of the global workforce preferred to work from home remotely on a full-time basis.
Is Hybridised Office Space A Workable Solution?
Sundar Pichai, Chief Executive officer of Alphabet Inc. and its subsidiary Google said, “We firmly believe that in-person, being together, and having a sense of community is super important when you have to solve hard problems and create something new – so we don’t see that changing. But we do think we need to create more flexibility and more hybrid models. And when Google comes up with a new approach to working, most companies follow.”
In another survey about the ideal working environment, Dan Schawbel stated that over 72 percent of employees interviewed by his company said they wanted a hybrid remote-office model. This finding was backed up by Stanford University Economics Professor Nicholas Bloom, who says that the optimal situation is remote working two days a week.
Microsoft is also considering a “hybrid workplace” environment, and 62 percent of Google employees indicated their desire to return to their offices, but not every day. Sodexo has split their workforce into two groups which rotate between the office and working remotely.
Although remote working does allow employees a certain amount of flexibility, there is no perfect solution, since flexibility is determined by an individual’s needs and not their company. Rather, a blend of working from home and the office will allow individuals the flexibility which they need to manage their lives, yet still be able to socialise with colleagues and develop a more effective work culture and working relationships when in the office. Ultimately, in the search for and the ability to retain the best talent in a highly competitive world, companies will need to adopt a hybrid workplace model to be attractive as an employer of choice.
However, many employees miss a physical office space, and consequently, many companies will be embracing flexible office space in the future to support their hybrid workplace model. Providers of furnished office space, such as The Business Exchange, rent out prestigious workspaces in Gauteng and Mauritius on flexible terms that appeal to companies looking to adopt a hybridised and cost-effective office space solution.
The beautifully designed office spaces for rent that the Business Exchange provides, cater to 200 people with a choice of virtual, private or co-working office space. Tenants are also afforded many opportunities through TBE’s sales and marketing activities to help their businesses grow, something which is not available if employees are purely working remotely.
Visit www.tbeafrica.com for more information and to book a viewing of one of our office spaces to rent.
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Wood is a common choice as a flooring material due to its aesthetic appeal and refurbishment abilities. Hardwood floors, also known as Engineered wooden flooring, are available in an oiled or lacquered finish.
What is Engineered Wood Flooring?
Engineered wood is genuine wooden flooring that is built in layers and bonded together for strength. The top hardwood layer shows all the natural characteristics and beauty of the selected wood species. Every piece of hardwood is different as the varieties of grain, holes, and colour comes into play, depending on the wood species, adding character to your wooden flooring.
An Oiled or Lacquered Finish?
Oiled Wood Flooring has a natural look and enables the colour of the wood to deepen over the years. An oiled finish goes deep into the heart of the wood and provides not only protection on the surface but into the core too. This gives maximum protection to the wood. Unlike a lacquered finish, when the top layer of oil finish is worn away, there is still a level of protection underneath.
A lacquer finish is ideal in a room that experiences heavy traffic. The benefit to a lacquered wood finish is that it becomes somewhat water-resistant. However, the one downside is that it tends to show scratches more easily than an oiled floor.
Hardwood floors can be re-sanded, and the duration between sanding intervals will depend on the thickness of the wear layer. When the floor finally ends up looking tired and worn, the best course of action is usually a re-sand and refinish it. It is always recommended that the services of a professional be used when carrying out this refinishing.
Lacquer comes in high gloss, gloss and matt finishes, although even a matt finish tends to have a bit of gloss to it. Should you decide on a lacquered finish for your floor, it is necessary to be aware of the floor’s shine.
Advantages of Hardwood Flooring
- Engineered wooden floors are dimensionally more stable than solid wooden floors.
- Stable construction results in minimal shrinkage or warping.
- Suitable for use over underfloor heating.
- Engineered flooring can be used on wooden subfloors or dry concrete slabs.
- It can be nailed, glued or laid as a “floating floor” on underlay.
- Engineered floors can be sanded and refinished/stained if desired.
- Hardwood flooring increases the value of your home.
- Engineered floors are straightforward to install.
TLC Flooring supplies a wide range of engineered wooden flooring, also known as hardwood flooring, for both residential and commercial use. These ranges include a Premium, Prime, Classic and Rustic range, which vary in colour, knots, cracks and character.
Premium is the best grade of hardwood flooring available and is very uniform in colour and style, while Prime offers a more natural character with slightly more knots and a light brown fill. The Classic grade has consistent knots with a dark brown fill and a clean style, while Rustic offers plenty of country character with its consistent knots and dark-filled cracks.
TLC Flooring, also listed on the SA Business Directory as a preferred flooring company in Cape Town, offers competitive pricing and a five-year guarantee on all their installations carried out by an experienced fitting team that provides a quality service. They service areas in and around Cape Town.
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