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GoodHome Gosford Natural Oak Real wood top layer flooring, 0.99m² Pack
- 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 systems up to 28 degrees
- 30 years guarantee
Features and benefits
Engineered wood is a stable and durable flooring solution, with a real wood overlay that gives you the authenticity and high quality finish of real wood while also being easy to install.
- 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.
|Resistant to water||Not water resistant|
|Top layer thickness||2.5mm|
|CE marked||CE marked|
xrijah - 3 months ago
Very nice wood and easy to put it. The only thing is that it has some long black marks on some of them and they look like kids paint
Nice looking floor, little bit fragile when laying
Thestford - 5 months ago
I’ve laid this floor in my hallway twice (pets) and another room. It’s easy enough to lay and looks nice when down, the joins are a little bit fragile though and can snap, especially if trying to unclip any pieces so you really need to get it right first time. Generally pleased though and solid enough when all together
Takdownman - 1 year ago
Following a very successful project using B & Q Cadenza wooden flooring and Diall underlay I wanted to repeat it on another floor. The Cadenza and the Diall were no longer available from B & Q, so I purchased the Gosford and Duralay as substitutes. These are inferior to the products previously used, and it is a pity that B & Q have discontinued them. On unpacking, parts of the tongues were fragmenting, and clips had fallen out. The boards are of a much more fragile quality compared with the Cadenza, and engaging the boards requires considerable care. The project is, however, complete without too much wastage due quality, and the result adequate, although I am not at all confident that the floor will be as durable and resilient as with the Cadenza.