Laminate Flooring, Dukinfield
Clic Flooring provides affordable Laminate Flooring and Laminate Flooring fitting services for Dukinfield and surrounding areas.
Quality Laminate Flooring and Laminate Fitting Services
Dukinfield, Tameside, Greater Manchester
We Supply & Fit Laminate Flooring in Dukinfield, Tameside.
We provide reliable and affordable Laminate flooring and Laminate fitting services throughout Dukinfield, Tameside and the North West region.
We specialise in providing high quality Laminate flooring options, fitted perfectly by our team of professionals. Laminate flooring is a popular choice for both homes and commercial buildings due to its modern look, affordability and robustness.
Clic Flooring, offer a huge range of Laminate Flooring designs for you to explore. A modern alternative to carpet and an affordable alternative to real hardwood flooring. You can find a huge range of cheap laminate flooring with our help offering both quality and style.
About Dukinfield, Tameside, Greater Manchester.
Dukinfield is a town in Tameside, Greater Manchester, England, on the south bank of the River Tame opposite Ashton-under-Lyne, 6.3 miles (10.1 km) east of Manchester. At the 2011 Census, it had a population of 19,306.
Early records show the township was included in the fee of Dunham Massey. It was held by Matthew de Bramhall in about 1190 and after that by a family who took the name “De Dokenfeld”. The family lived at the moated Dukinfield Old Hall, which originated from after the Norman conquest and was rebuilt in Tudor times, remaining the home of the Dukinfields till the 18th century, after which it became derelict. During the English Civil War, Colonel Robert Duckenfield of Dukinfield Hall was a noted commander in the New Model Army. The baronetcy, Dukinfield of Dukinfield, Cheshire was created in 1665 for Robert Dukinfield, son of Colonel Robert Dukinfield. The Dukinfields held the manor for five centuries until the widow of Sir William Dukinfield Daniel married the artist, John Astley, in 1767. In 1848 his descendant, colliery owner Francis Dukinfield Palmer Astley, was the lord of the manor. Dukinfield Lodge was built by the Astleys on a hill overlooking the River Tame.