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Colours Staccato Natural Oak parquet effect Flooring, 1.86m² Pack
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This laminate flooring has an attractive Oak parquet effect finish, embossed surface finish and bevelled edge. 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 all type of rooms (bathrooms when using hydro kit & pe foam) including living rooms, hallways, bedrooms, studies, utility rooms & kitchens
- Water resistant
- Suitable for use with underfloor heating
- 20 years guarantee
Features and benefits
This laminate flooring has an attractive Oak parquet effect finish, embossed surface and bevelled edge. Each plank uses a simple click system, so installation is simple. It can be used with underfloor heating to keep your home warm.
- Suitable for all type of rooms, including bathrooms when using hydrokit & PE foam.
- Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
Health and safety
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|Effect||Oak parquet effect|
|Material||High-density fibreboard (HDF)|
|Underlay type required||Foam underlay|
Looks good when it's down but horrible to fit!
RobAYork - 12 days ago
Bought for our summer house. It looks fab now, but it was really tough to fit.
If you've bought and are struggling (like I was)... My advice would be to make up lengths that fit your room from multiple boards, then fit altogether. You'll need 2 or 3 people depending on how wide your room is. Be gentle and slowly angle each board in the length into place.
A challenge to lay, very solid when down.
SteveReddin - 20 days ago
As with other reviews this flooring is not easy to lay. Unlike most laminate flooring this floor needs to be locked by tilting on all sides, it can't be knocked into place along one length. Full lengths need to be assembled first before being lifted as a single length into place. The floor does lock very well when you don't force it, if you force it down you will break the fibreboard and create a raised edge on the piece. As it locks in both sides it is necessary to cut the tongue off in some areas when the entire assembled length can't be lifted, e.g. under a door frame. Alignment is also very important as, once down, it's impossible to move. It looks lovely finished but I doubt I'd buy it again, there is other flooring available that is easier to install. I also have a full workshop at my house, I'd hate to lay this floor without access to a proper table saw and workbench.
Dressing Room for 7yrs!
alexKay - 29 days ago
I've had this in my dressing room now for 7yrs and only one clip which was due to a large mirror falling off the wall. Looks fabulous and very good quality. Had a professional in to install so can't comment on that.
Looks fab !!!
Tommy gun - 1 month ago
Wow! Look at the photograph. Enough said about how it looks. For all those floor fitters saying it’s a nightmare to lay... GIVE UP YOUR DAY JOB! yes you need another pair of hands to lift the row in place but that’s about it. Other than that it’s the same as every other laminate. I’m no floor fitter and not even into DIY.
Pig to fit
Begger - 3 months ago
I hated fitting this but eventually got the hang of it I did it myself and if it helps others my way was to push the long side of the board on first with the end of board just touching the board beside it then raise that board up I used a air wedge then hammer the board till it joins tight then hammer the long side of board till it’s tight l used a old piece of oak to hammer against the board to avoid damaging it.