GDS FLOORING

Laminate, Engineered Wood and Solid Wood floor fitters Glasgow


GDS FLOORING fitters install laminate, engineered and solid wood flooring.


With over 12 years experience and the care we take when fitting any flooring, you can trust us to deliver the best possible finish on all floors you choose to install.  We listen to what you need and deliver on our promises. Have a look at some testimonials from satisfied customers.


Our prices for fitting laminate, engineered and solid wood are very competitive and we offer free estimates. 

We cover both domestic and commercial flooring projects. No job is too small or too large. We work in Glasgow and surrounding areas including Barrhead, Paisley, Neilston, Johnstone, Renfrew, Newton Mearns, Neilston, Kilmarnoch and Bearsden but we are willing to work further afield.


If you have any questions regarding flooring you have already bought, intend to buy, or simply have a floor related query please do not hesitate to contact us.


GDS Flooring - Laminate, Engineered and Solid Wood Fitters, Glasgow

Laminate flooring

GDS Flooring - Laminate, Engineered and Solid Wood Fitters, Glasgow

Engineered flooring

GDS Flooring - Laminate, Engineered and Solid Wood Fitters, Glasgow

Real wood flooring

Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together using alamination process. Laminate flooring comes in wooden or stone tile designs, using a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer.


Engineered wood flooring has a top layer of an engineered board which is solid wood, usually hardwood. It can be anything from 2 to 6mm thick; obviously the thicker the surface layer the more times it can be sanded and refinished to remove the ravages of wear; the thickest wear layers are equivalent to those on solid timber boards.


Solid wood flooring is made from a single piece of wood, typically 18-20mm thick. It is usually fitted using tongue-and-groove. All types of wood have a hardness score, which indicates how easily they can be damaged, dented or worn by everyday wear and tear.

Solid-wood flooring can be sanded back to restore the finish – the number of times is determined by how deep the tongue is set from the top of the board.