|Pack Size||0.89 m²|
|Edge Detail||4V Bevelled Edges|
This beautiful example of oak laminate flooring will instantly lift any room in your home and add a touch of class and sophistication. With the authentic look of real wood being so popular but many of us needing something at a cheaper price and easier maintenance, laminate is therefore the perfect option. This product shows of realistic looking grains, knots and colour variations so well that it’s almost impossible to tell it apart from the real thing.
This flooring presents us with a plush and rich colour that will work fantastically with a classical or rustic interior especially. However, since it’s so easy going it will complement many different interior themes and furnishings.
Laminate is one of the most resilient and durable choices of flooring available on the market. It will cope with heavy domestic use without showing wear, you will enjoy its beauty for many years. It is also scratch, stain and water resistant, ideal for rooms that see high exposure to these such as the kitchen and bathroom.
With under-floor heating becoming more and more popular with homeowners, many of us need a flooring that’s going to be compatible with it. The good news is that laminate is able with withstand its fluctuating temperatures. This will not only be a useful feature in your home, but will also help with its selling value when it is time to move on. This product also comes with a 30 year guarantee!
If you are looking to install this laminate flooring yourself, here’s how:
Glue and Click
This product combines the ease of installation of the Click system and the added security of gluing the grooves of the planks. Each board is designed to fit together seamlessly and lock into place quickly and efficiently. A thin line of PVA glue should be applied to the groove of the plank to ensure optimum stability.
Laminate flooring does not need to be fixed to a subfloor. Instead, the boards are floated by fitting them together using the Glue and Click installation system. An underlay should be fitted underneath the boards to encourage comfort, stability and insulation.