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  • High standards of insulation
  • Locally based
  • Over 45 years' experience
  • Fully trained staff
  • Non-franchise
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About Bishops Flooring

Long Established Business

For over 45 years Bishops have worked hard to perfect the craft as experts in the restoration, supplying and installation of hardwood flooring of all types, giving genuine help and guidance to clients looking for impartial advice.

The machine sanding and laying of wood floors was first undertaken by Ronald Bishop, the founder of the company, who had a natural interest and understanding in timber. This enthusiasm has been passed down from generation to generation, and Bishops Flooring Services is now owned and managed by the original founder's twin sons, Mark and John Bishop, along with the able assistance of Mark's son, Craig, who continues the family tradition of learning his grandfather's craft.

Expert Advice & Experience

Along with the family employees, Bishops Flooring directly employ several other members of staff, all of which have their own areas of expertise, and always with an eye on tradition, craftsmanship and quality work.

Bishops will always share their flooring expertise with clients and give experienced advice on the suitability of various types of wood for any particular situation, ensuring that the material complements the décor and enhances the location.

Quality & Value for Money

Bishops Flooring Service have always prided themselves in the fact that the vast majority of their work has continued to come from client recommendations. They offer a large array of services, always of the highest quality and at a value for money price.

"Our aim is to continue the family company's tradition of quality work, meeting and surpassing our clients' requirements, offering real value at an affordable price".

Craig Bishop started his
apprenticeship early!

Founder, Ron Bishop
and his original van

How things have moved on