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Colours Broome Natural Oak effect Laminate flooring, 2m²
This laminate flooring has an attractive Oak effect finish. Each plank uses a simple click system, so installation is simple and it can be used with underfloor heating to keep your home warm.
- Suitable for heavy domestic, general commercial use & splash areas
- Water resistant
- Suitable for use with underfloor heating
- 20 year guarantee
Features and Benefits
Laminate Broome is ideal for the bedroom & living spaces & suitable for public buildings
- Easy to clean
- High durability
- Fast & easy installation
|Material||High density fibreboard (HDF)|
Nice once laid but end break easy
leonar - 4 months ago
I laid this flooring in my living room. Not the easiest floor to lay...but managed it on my own with only a couple of areas with tiny gaps at end...end grooves can break away quite easily too....
Was not happy while laying it but like the result.
J96 - 9 months ago
Just had this flooring laid in my new kitchen it looks great and was easy to lay if you have a level floor. Would definitely recommend.
Nightmare to lay
Putters - 9 months ago
I have laid laminate flooring before so thought this one would not be to hard. Could not be more wrong. Does not connect at all easily to adjacent pieces and small gaps very hard to avoid and eliminate. Instructions are not helpful. Need words as well as diagrams .
Awful flooring to lay
John0104 - 1 year ago
I bought this as it was the only flooring I could find that would match the colour of my new bedroom furniture. It looks good when laid but it was not easy. Quite often the panels will fit snug at both ends leaving a gap in the middle and no matter how hard you push the gap will not close. Eventually solved by using a piece of off-cut board against the edge and tapping with a hammer. The ends also have to be tapped with a hammer to get them to click together. I've laid laminate before and its quite a quick job if the boards fit together easily. This took twice as long because of the problems with fitting. Also, because you have to use a hammer the whole floor will move so in order to maintain your gap around the edges you will need to place wedges in between the flooring and the skirting board - or better still buy something else!