|Pack Size||1.23 m²|
|Edge Detail||4V Bevelled Edges|
|Plank Style||Single Plank|
Laminate flooring hosts a great many benefits, both aesthetic and practical. It is incredibly long-lasting and hard wearing, lasting for years even in high foot traffic areas of your house. Even though this flooring would look striking in any room, it is especially suitable for the bathroom and kitchens, due to its stain and water-resistant properties.
Because of its impressive sturdiness, laminate would be highly suitable for the kitchen hallway and living room which see higher foot fall than other rooms. Soft, warm and quiet under foot, it is able to cooperate with underfloor heating, something not all flooring can cope with. This is extremely beneficial as when it is time to move on it will be a useful selling point.
This laminate offers an extremely realistic imitation to real wood’s natural elegance but at a cheaper price, as well as many more practical benefits. Because of this, busy households with children and pets opt for laminate.
The interesting lines that attempt to replicate the break between real wooden planks make for an interesting flooring with more character. This flooring would therefore look great in a large open plan room where an added dimension really does justice to it.
If you’re looking to install laminate flooring by hand, here are a few things to bear in mind:
Click Fitting System
All our laminate flooring comes with an integrated click fitting system. Each board is designed to fit together seamlessly and securely, removing the need for additional adhesives and materials. The boards lock into place quickly and efficiently, helping your renovation go smoothly.
Laminate flooring does not need to be fixed to a subfloor. Instead, the boards can be floated by fitting them together with the click installation system. Underlay is recommended to encourage comfort, stability, and insulation. Simple!
For an in-depth look at fitting laminate flooring, check out our dedicated installation guide. We’ve curated the best tips and tricks, helping your renovation go smoothly.