Flooring, Tiles and Stairs

Our well established partnership with RAK Ceramics has enabled us to upgrade our specifications and offer porcelain tiles as standard. Travertine effect full body wall and floor tiles add further style to bathrooms and kitchens.

RAK Ceramics is the world's largest manufacturer of high quality ceramic and porcelain tiles. They operate an accredited quality management system that serves as a framework for managing its operations, including continuous compliance, for its manufacturing and products. The company is considered unique in its ability to create excellent quality products using the most advanced technical processes available, this ensures a conformity of size, enabling very small grout joints which add to the contemporary finish.

All flooring and tiles are manufactured under a stringent quality control system, ensuring high quality throughout each and every development. The range of high quality flooring does not stop at the front door of our homes, we prefabricate and install modern luxurious duotone carpets throughout communal areas of each development.

Our ranges and choices of floor coverings are designed to cater for all tastes, whether it be carpeted, tiled or engineered real oak/walnut flooring as opposed to vinyl substrate all of which are prefabricated and expertly installed.

We are pleased to announce that some of our featured developments will boast 'floating staircases' as a standard design feature. This ultra-modern finish is another example of how 'Project Genesis' facilitates the use of superior features within our developments. The staircase steel work is premanufactured in UK to our design specification. This modular item is then delivered to site along with structured glass balustrading and premanufactured timber covers that fit over the steel element. This innovative product is fitted by our highly qualified on-site fitters. The finished result is a stunning staircase that appears to be floating.

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