We have a small, 1-2 bedroom, ground floor flat in Walthamstow (E17 ) which we're looking to change the flooring.
The small bathroom and kitchen have a concrete floor which we'd like to cover with rubber flooring such as that provided by [the colour flooring company](https://www.colourflooring.co.uk/collections/rubber-flooring) who were kind enough to give us Rob's details. The catches with those floors are the concrete has some recent cracks in after the washing machine had leaked for a long time, and we'd rather not lift up the bath or kitchen units, although I was thinking we would pick the sink and toilet up to get a good finish around their bases.
We'd also like to have wooden floors in the rest of the house so we'd be interested in your advice here too. Currently the sitting room, dining room, and hall have carpet and hardboard on top of floorboards of varying ages and gappiness, as far as I can tell. The older floorboards seem to have been painted white, and the newer ones are either varnished or untreated. The bedroom has exposed floorboards and is the best of the bunch, although it too has a mixture of old and new boards.
I have recently had some damp work completed, so there are a few skirting boards which need to be installed as well.
Are you interested in either part of this job? I would be interested to hear your advice on either. I'm not sure when we'd be able to get you around to look in the current climate, but I'm sure something could be arranged. I also have some photographs if you're interested. It would be good to know how long your waiting list is likely to be once you start working again.
I look forward to hearing from you.