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GoodHome Bailieston Grey Oak effect Laminate flooring, 2m² Pack
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
- Click system
- Suitable for use with underfloor heating
- 15 years guarantee
Features and benefits
Laminate Bailieston is ideal for the bedroom & living spaces & suitable for public buildings.
- Easy to clean
- High durability
- Fast & easy installation
- This identical product is currently available under two of our brand names. Please note that if you order this product online you might receive it in the alternative brand name to the one displayed.
Health and safety
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|Material||High-density fibreboard (HDF)|
|CE marked||CE marked|
Warning - please take note of reviews!
DaniL89 - 2 months ago
What a nighmare this flooring is! I have laid many laminates before, however i had to get help in with this one, and still taken 7 hours to lay, with a lot of frustration! They do not click together, any force used to get them to will cause the edges to break, it chips ridiculously easy! Lovely once down, but i wont be moving my furniture much anymore, wish i read the reviews first!
Lambb - 4 months ago
Do not buy worst flooring I ever fitted should be taken off the shelves
Looks great but poor quality and a shocker to lay
jb5ep - 5 months ago
I definitely agree with other reviews - once down, this laminate looks great. We had a few issues though:
- some of the boards were bowed out of the box (they were stored correctly after delivery). You won’t realise that until you’ve spent 10 minutes trying to jam a board in unsuccessfully.
- some of the boards were damaged out of the box (tongue/groove snapped off / the veneer itself being damaged)
- the board damages/chips easily when you’re actually installing
I reckon about 30% of the total boards purchased feel into the above categories.
If you are going to lay this, I’d definitely go with the fibre board underlay. We laid some with fibre board and some with a premium foam underlay and this flooring needs a 100% flat, stable surface for an easy install. The floor is much warmer with the foam underlay, but I suspect the fibre board with prove more stable in the long term.
As it’s thin and relatively flexible, it’s not great when it comes to minor imperfections/variations on the floor. It also makes for some delicate profile cutting around posts/ door frames, etc. We’ve found that More expensive/thicker board can be a bit more forgiving.
On a related note, I’d also recommend laminate cutting blades for your jigsaw. These are specially designed for laminate and reduce the risk of damaging the top of the board when cutting.
In summary - for small rooms with well fitted Fibre board and limited/no profile cuts, this board looks good and is relatively easy to fit. For anything else, buy plenty of contingency and brace yourself for a frustrating couple of days!
Never laid laminate before - looks really good
VT73 - 1 year ago
I bought 22 packs after moving into my new house to do the hallway, lounge and sons bedroom. Ive not laid laminate before. I got a kit online, which I am very glad i purchased.
I also got a laminate cutter tool and a jigsaw.
I panicked a bit after I checked the reviews (after I bought it) and thought "Oh well I will return it, if I can't lay it". It turned out to be really easy. I did my sons 3.5 x 3m room in 3 hours. The Laminate cutter does a good job, but you have to cut with the laminated side up, not the other way round, or it will ruin the laminated side on the edge, as I found out! I had a couple of chips flake off one plank but that was my fault for banging the corner too hard with the mallet. Ive laid 19 packs and that was the only issue.
I didn't have much issue with the planks locking together, I used the edging spacers against walls to ensure the planks didn't move as I tapped the plank I was fitting into place with the mallet and lever tool from the kit. I used a jigsaw to do the corner bits. I did the hallway and living room on Saturday. so its all done now and I have three packs left!
I am a single mum, who's not done this before, so I would reckon that its doable for most people.
CATHERINE108 - 1 year ago
I bought this product because of the colour, it was the best shade of grey that looked natural. It hasn't been too bad to fit but has chipped easily in multiple places which for a living room is now making me worry about how long it will last and has left me unsure of how to clean it properly without getting water into joints!