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Professional residential and commercial flooring installation services in Singapore

Flooring contractor Kepha Design and Contracts’ installation services will ensure your new floor is made from the best materials and laid to the highest standards of craftsmanship.

The expertise of our flooring service contractors will guarantee your floor is an exact fit for your requirements, while adding a touch of class to your property that’ll help to increase its value. Hence, we’ll:

  • Help you choose a flooring material for your home based on your lifestyle (particularly if you have children and/or pets).
  • Ensure your commercial flooring will stand up to the rigours of a busy environment.
  • Use our skills and experience to provide a quality installation, while taking the positioning of the partition walls on the premises into careful consideration.
  • Make sure your subfloor is up to the job. The successful installation of your new floor demands that the subfloor is clean, flat, dry, and structurally sound.

Options flooring contractor Kepha Design and Contracts provides

Flooring comes in a broad range of materials, making it possible to select a floor covering that looks good while matching the specific needs of different types of homes, offices, and shops.

To ensure your floor installation is everything you want it to be – a stylish, functional feature to be proud of:

  • Examine the many different room flooring types available.
  • Select quality materials and products.
  • Hire a skilled flooring company.
  • Carry out regular maintenance and cleaning.

The most popular floor coverings installed by our customers in Singapore include:

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Carpet flooring

The versatility of today’s carpets merits serious consideration if you’re updating your home or commercial premises.

Besides adding softness and warmth to a room, our carpet flooring installation services can help you choose from a wide selection of carpets boasting new features favoured by discerning customers and interior designers alike.

Solid, neutral shades have always been a safe bet for home and commercial carpeting, but the trend nowadays is towards making a bolder statement with your carpeting. Vibrant colours such as orange, red, and green are emerging as popular choices.

Concrete flooring

Concrete flooring is made by mixing cement, sand, gravel, and water. Concrete/cement flooring can be found in many residential garages and outdoor spaces and in commercial, institutional and public buildings.

Concrete screed flooring – a smooth mixture of cement and fine sand – provides a smooth, level underfloor on which to lay a finishing material such as floorboards or tiling.

2-in-1 pre-packed screed now has to be used for new floors in Housing & Development Board (HDB) flats in Singapore.

Wooden overlay flooring – thinner than standard boards – can also be used on a concrete (or wooden) subfloor.

Ceramic/homogeneous/porcelain tiling

A prevalent material in both interior and exterior decoration for thousands of years, ceramic/porcelain tiles can be used decorated, plain or as part of a mosaic. Their aesthetic appeal, durability, and easy care make them a popular choice of flooring.

Although they look similar, a porcelain tile is denser and less porous than a ceramic tile. 

Homogeneous tiling is a type of ceramic tile fired at higher temperatures. This process makes homogeneous tiles more stain and moisture resistant.

Hardwood, parquet, and engineered wood

Most hardwood flooring nowadays is made from white oak, red oak, cherry, maple, pecan, hickory or white ash, or from more exotic woods such as tigerwood, African teak or Brazilian cherry.

There’re 2 main types of wood flooring:

  • Natural wood flooring, which can only be used over a wooden subfloor.
  • Engineered wood flooring, which can be installed in any room, including basements.

A further wood flooring option is parquet flooring, typically a geometric mosaic used for decorative effect.

Epoxy flooring

Epoxy flooring contains 2 main components, resins and hardeners, which react chemically to form a robust, rigid plastic that bonds to its substrate. It’s so strong it can be used in even the most demanding of industrial environments.

Epoxy flooring is often used to protect underlying concrete from stains, moisture, cracks, and grease.

Marble flooring

Once regarded as the material of choice for the elite, marble is now much more affordable, and it can be found in many homes and business premises.

Marble is a metamorphic stone formed by the recrystallisation of limestone as the sedimentary rock became more pliable under pressure and heat.

Marble is generally heavily veined, with grainy patterning.

Granite flooring

Like marble, granite is a totally natural product – fabricated from igneous rock created up to 3 billion years ago as molten magma cooled in the Earth’s crust.

Vinyl flooring

Vinyl has been a popular choice for flooring over many years, but Kepha Design and Contracts’ extensive range of vinyl flooring installation services and materials are a far cry from the stuff your grandparents had in their kitchen.

Our highly-resilient luxury vinyl flooring is backed by the latest advances in flooring technology.

Vinyl flooring is also known as PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) flooring.

Laminate flooring

Laminate flooring usually has a tongue-and-groove assembly system, which is why it’s often referred to as click laminate flooring.

This type of flooring is made by fusing multiple synthetic layers using a lamination process. The interior layer typically comprises fibreboard and melamine resin.

It can simulate almost any other flooring, with products such as laminate wood flooring and laminate tile flooring.

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Flooring materials suitable for different areas of your home

Taking into consideration interior design, traffic, and the make of each type of flooring, we’ve come up with a list of flooring recommendations for:

Living room flooring

Hardwoods look stylish in a living room, and they’re easy to vacuum clean. If you’re looking to keep costs down, engineered hardwood flooring may be the solution.

Hardwood floors can be noisy as you walk on them and particularly if you have kids running around. However, you can muffle the sound with a few strategically-placed rugs.

A quality wooden floor can last for decades, and, with minimal upkeep, will actually look better as time passes.

Wooden floors are also more hygienic and easier to clean than carpets.

Laminate – also referred to as fake wood flooring – is another favourite for living room flooring. It can look like real wood or tiling, and, like hardwoods, is easy to clean.

Laminate floors have steadily risen in popularity since they were invented in 1977 in Sweden. Their hygienic nature, durability, and ease of installation and maintenance make them a low-cost alternative to stone and hardwood.

If you’re looking for the ultimate in living room floor elegance, marble takes some beating. Kepha Design and Contracts’ skilled flooring contractors will ensure your marble floor adds a classic sophistication to your living room.

A granite floor can also make a bold design statement in your living room, with unrivalled durability, excellent hygienic properties, and a wide spectrum of natural colours.

A key feature of our granite and marble flooring installation services is that your new floor is almost guaranteed to boost the resale value of your property.

Ceramic tiling and vinyl flooring can also work well in a living room.

Bedroom flooring

Low-traffic areas like bedrooms lend themselves to carpets, which are soft and quiet to walk on. Carpeting can also give your bedroom a restful, cosy look and feel, especially with simple designs and in neutral shades such as beige, brown, or grey.

Carpet fibres also do the job of an air-filter, collecting toxins, pollutants, and allergens by trapping their molecules.

Laminate provides a low-cost, low-maintenance flooring solution for bedrooms – an affordable way to achieve the look of expensive natural materials such as hardwood and tile.

With so many graceful finishes on the market, parquet flooring can give your bedroom the tone of a tranquil sanctuary, while feeling warm underfoot.

Other flooring materials used in bedrooms include:

  • Hardwood
  • Engineered wood
  • Marble
  • Granite
  • Vinyl

Ceramic tile and stone can work in bedrooms with certain decorating styles, including Mediterranean, tropical, or Moroccan themes.

A ceramic tile or stone floor like marble or granite will also last significantly longer than carpeting.

Kitchen flooring

Ceramic tiles are often favoured in kitchen renovations because they resist moisture, wear, scratches, and stains.

However, laying a ceramic tile floor can be tricky for the layperson, entailing a lot of preparation work. Kepha Design and Contracts’ kitchen flooring experts will make sure your new ceramic kitchen floor looks and functions perfectly.

Like ceramic tiling, granite tiles are extremely resistant to spills and stains. Granite floors are robust and long-lasting, and they’re available in many different designs, patterns, and colours. The unique detail and colour patterning of a granite surface will add a look of stylish luxury to any kitchen.

Advances in flooring technology have given vinyl flooring a strong resilience against moisture, mould, and mildew – ideal for kitchens (and bathrooms). A built-in springy underlay makes vinyl warmer and softer underfoot than stone or tiled floors.

Because vinyl is one of the least expensive flooring materials, vinyl flooring is popular in the kitchens of HDB flats in Singapore.

Bathroom and toilet flooring

A marble floor in a bathroom/toilet renovation can raise this space to a new level of luxury, purity, and authenticity.

Marble bathroom flooring is also highly functional. A strong and moisture resistant material, a marble floor will greatly enhance your bathroom and is easy to clean.

Our specialist flooring installation services can give you a marble bathroom floor that combines the classical sense of this natural stone with modern practicality.

Less resistant to staining than marble, granite is another bathroom flooring option if you want to add a touch of unique splendour to your home that only natural stone flooring can achieve.

Granite’s tightly-packed, interlocking crystalline structure gives germs no place to hide, makes it waterproof, and keeps its polished appearance for many years.

Glazed ceramic floor tiles are impervious to water and most stains, making them popular for high-humidity areas like bathrooms.

Balcony flooring

Several natural solid wood flooring options are available for balconies, with benefits including:

  • Natural, aesthetic appearance
  • Pleasant aroma
  • Durability

Kepha Design and Contracts’ balcony flooring services can install rustic wood flooring for a traditional look, or, if you want a more adventurous option, we can customise your balcony wood floor installation with subtle use of paints and stains in different colours.

Porcelain tiles are often used for balcony flooring because they’re highly durable and tend to last better over the years than regular ceramic tiling.

However, porcelain tiles require a high level of experience to get an accurate, clean cut. Kepha Design and Contracts’ skilled porcelain tile flooring installation technicians can provide you with the perfect balcony floor.

As an alternative to tiling or timber flooring, some people opt for a granite balcony floor for its natural grandeur and durability.

Basement flooring

A laminate or vinyl basement floor provides a more affordable alternative to many types of other flooring materials typically used in basements.

Laminate flooring is available in a wide assortment of design options and styles that simulate materials such as wood and stone.

Vinyl similarly offers a range of flooring systems, including:

  • Vinyl click flooring
  • Vinyl plank flooring
  • Vinyl sheet flooring
  • Vinyl tile flooring

Other popular flooring systems for basements are:

  • Ceramic/homogeneous/porcelain tiling
  • Hardwood and engineered wood
  • Marble
  • Granite

Garage flooring

An epoxy floor coating is one of the most durable and toughest finishes you can apply to a garage floor.

Not only will it protect a concrete substrate, an epoxy garage floor can also transform a mundane cement surface into attractive and functional flooring – ideal if your garage doubles as a workshop where you spend a lot of time.

Other commonly-used garage flooring systems are:

  • Concrete
  • Ceramic/homogenous/ porcelain tiling
  • Granite

Outdoor flooring

Once regarded as having a cold feel, today’s concrete floors can take on colour and a polished sheen, providing an affordable, warm and elegant touch to outdoor spaces.

A concrete floor that’s been polished and maintained properly can last a lifetime.

Alternative materials to concrete outdoor flooring include solid wood, granite, and porcelain floor tiles.

Commercial and industrial flooring

Commercial laminate flooring is ideal for offices. It needs only minimal maintenance and can be made to withstand the heavy traffic associated with a busy office environment.

However, not all laminate flooring is suitable for offices. Flooring services offered by Kepha Design and Contracts will ensure your office floor is commercial laminate grade.

Carpeting is also the flooring of choice in many offices because it enhances the appearance and feel of business premises, while reinforcing the culture and brand/identity of the company.

A further benefit of office carpeting is that it reduces noise, making for a more ambient work atmosphere.

Kepha Design and Contracts offers specialist commercial carpeting services for offices and shops, plus:

  • Commercial ceramic tiling.
  • Epoxy and commercial vinyl flooring for offices.
  • Granite and marble flooring for shops.

Our industrial flooring services cover:

  • Cement/concrete flooring
  • Ceramic/homogenous/porcelain tiles
  • Epoxy flooring

Kepha Design and Contracts’ professional floor installation process

As a reputable flooring contractor offering complete renovation services, we follow a professional procedure for your flooring installation by:

  • Helping you to make an informed decision on the best flooring materials for your particular needs and design preferences.
  • Making sure the subfloor is up to par, including meeting HDB regulations on pre-packed screed.
  • Explaining the workflow procedure and timeline.
  • Using the best available materials and the most skilled flooring technicians.
  • Making sure the job is finished on time and within budget.
  • Giving you a written warranty on materials and labour.
  • Explaining how to look after your new floor properly.

Consumer Reports, the independent non-profit organisation that carries out unbiased, evidence-based product research, has created a useful flooring buying guide.

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Why engage
Kepha Design and Contracts

We take ownership of our actions by taking responsibility.

The professionalism of Kepha Design and Contracts in Singapore in home renovation flooring and office carpet installation has been refined to a high degree of expertise through our wealth of experience in fitting floor coverings.

We can help you choose quality materials for your floor that are precisely tailored to your requirements, whether residential or commercial.

And we’ll ensure the subfloor is structurally sound and lay your new flooring to the highest standards of workmanship.

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