Silentwalk 30mm Foam Vinyl Underlay 7.5m² Pack

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£4 per M2

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Reduce sound transmission and improve heat insulation throughout your home with this foam vinyl underlay. It's suitable for laminate and wood flooring; it's easy to cut.

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Technical specification of Silentwalk 30mm Foam Vinyl Underlay 7.5m² Pack
Brand Silentwalk
Construction material Foam
Coverage 7.5m²
Length 1090mm
Width 690mm
Thickness 30mm

Help & Advice

How to guides

How to lay vinyl floor tiles

How to lay vinyl floor tiles

Soft vinyl floor tiles are really versatile and make an excellent hard-wearing floor in any room. Some types stick to the floor with tile adhesive, while others come with a self-adhesive backing (so all you do is peel off the paper that covers them). Tiles that are pre-coated with adhesive are generally quicker to lay and don't create a mess either. They're light to work with and if you make a mistake, you only ruin one tile rather than a whole (expensive) sheet of vinyl.

Buying guides

Vinyl flooring buying guide

Vinyl flooring buying guide

Vinyl has come a long way since the 'lino' of old in kitchens and bathrooms across Britain. It's now available in a huge range of styles, thicknesses and textures - some designs being embossed to look more realistically like other materials such as wood and stone. Modern vinyl is also easier to cut and fit, with some types even able to accommodate underfloor heating.

What you need to know about vinyl

Vinyl flooring

Vinyl flooring is hard-wearing, easy to clean, hygienic and resists water well. In addition, it's softer and warmer under floor than a tiled floor. If you're planning to use it in areas where splashes are frequent - the bathroom and kitchen, for example - you should make sure you buy vinyl flooring with an R10 slip resistance rating. This means a slip-resistant layer has been added to the top surface of the vinyl.

Another important thing to consider is thickness. Get vinyl flooring that's too thin and it'll feel cold under foot. The thicker the vinyl your floor can take, the softer and warmer it'll be. You'll also find it offers better sound insulation, which is particularly useful in bathrooms. If you're laying vinyl flooring in high-traffic areas, you'll want a thicker wear layer (the part of the product which gives it durability).


My flooring overhaul

My flooring overhaul

Fit the right flooring for the right room. Let our buyers guides advise you on what's best for your home. Add underfloor heating with our helpful instructions and learn the best way to lay wooden flooring. Tackle the flooring project in your home with the correct tools and advice. Know how to add the finishing touches to the doorways and add a trim to disguise edges. Don't forget to take care of your carpets or wood with aftercare treatment.


Fabulous, functional flooring for every room

Fabulous, functional flooring for every room

If you want to make a big transformation to a room, look to the floor. You are standing on the very thing that could make the biggest change to your room.

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