Vinyl Flooring Wakefield

Our extremely popular and low-cost Vinyl flooring solutions

There are many major benefits to having Vinyl flooring in your home: it is super easy to clean, low maintenance and slip resistant, which is why we say it is the ideal flooring for kitchens and bathrooms (although it is great for any room). 

With over 30 years of experience of supplying and installing vinyl flooring, we only provide top quality and hardwearing products from leading manufacturers. Choose from authentic wood effect stylings or boisterous marble designs, your Vinyl flooring will be a prominent feature in your home. 

If you are considering Vinyl as a flooring option, then arrange a viewing from our mobile showroom or call us today for a free no-obligation quote. With better prices than the high street, Floor Coverings Local is your go to place for Vinyl flooring. 
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Luxury Vinyl Tile LVT Installation

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)

Enjoy our extravagant range of Luxury Vinyl Tile without the costly price tag! This is the flooring solution you have been looking for! Browse our top-quality Luxury Vinyl Tiles today and arrange for our mobile showroom to come to you. 
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Choose the style of laminate that you would like from our excellent range and get a no-obligation quote in no time


Book a quick turnaround fitting for a convenient time. Chat to us about our undelay options, too.
By not having commerical shops, we cut down on overheads and pass the savings onto you in the form of more affordable flooring
Quality flooring.
Unbelievable price.
Free fitting, door bars, estimate, adhesives and delivery as standard


Wakefield is a cathedral city in West Yorkshire, England. The city serves as the administrative hub for the larger City of Wakefield metropolitan area, which had an estimated population of 348,312 as of mid-2019, making it England's 21st most populous district. It is a component of both the Yorkshire and The Humber area as well as the West Yorkshire Built-up Area.

Due to having a cathedral, it was among the final set of towns to get city status in 1888. As the historic administrative hub of the county borough, metropolitan borough, and county town to the West Riding of Yorkshire and West Yorkshire, respectively, the city has a town hall and a county hall.

The Wars of the Roses saw the Battle of Wakefield, and the Civil War saw the city serve as a Royalist bastion. Wakefield took advantage of its location on the navigable River Calder to develop into an important market town and wool hub. Wakefield dealt in textiles, coal mining, and maize during the eighteenth century.

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