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GoodHome Fryatt Natural Oak Real wood top layer flooring, 1.37m² Pack
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GoodHome Fryatt Natural Oak Real wood top layer flooring, 1.37m² Pack

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Product information

  • Suitable for Bedroom, hallway & living room
  • Drop lock click system
  • For use on Indoor hard
  • Underlay type required: Foam underlay
  • Suitable for use with underfloor heating
  • 30 years guarantee

Features and benefits

  • The wood is protected with a matt finish oil which highlights the characteristic of the wood
  • The click floating and glueless installation system makes laying the floor quick and easy
  • This floor is suitable for use with underfloor heating

Health and safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Specifications

BrandGoodHome
RangeFryatt
DesignWood planks
StyleRustic
Surface finishBrushed
MaterialOak
Base materialWood
Resistant to waterNot water resistant
Product length1092mm
Product width180mm
Product thickness14mm
Top layer thickness2.5mm
Coverage1.37m²
Pack quantity7
CE markedCE marked
StandardEN 14342
Product code3663602537236

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It warps once unwrapped

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MichaelLocksW82 - 6 months ago

I unboxed the product and left it in the wrong flat on the floor , so it could acclimate to the moisture / heat of the room. A came back a week later and the boards were bowed length wise. Based on this I couldn't honestly recommend buying them. I thought engineered boards were suppose to avoid this kind of problem - but apparently not. I will contact B&Q to get a refund if I can.