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GoodHome Skara Natural Oak Solid wood flooring, 1.8m² Pack
- Suitable for Bedroom, hallway & living room
- Tongue & groove
- For use on Indoor hard
- Underlay type required: Cork underlay
- Not suitable for underfloor heating
- Lifetime guarantee
Features and benefits
These solid wood planks are made from one block of oak and will be the centerpiece of your home for years to come. The floor gains character as it ages and can be sanded when needed.
- The wood is protected with a varnish coating for improved resistance against stains and scratches
- The planks are of varying lengths between 300 and 1200mm to give a more authentic look
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.
|Surface finish||Slightly brushed|
|Edge profile||4 sided bevelled edge|
|Resistant to water||Not water resistant|
|Top layer thickness||4mm|
|CE marked||CE marked|
Good product with some issues
Greg43 - 7 months ago
I just installed this flooring in my daughter's flat (2 rooms, concrete, about 20m2).
Most of the planks had exactly the same important dimensions (width, tongue/grove sizes), so it was easy to install and we did not mind short planks because the rooms are small and we managed to waste only the ends of the planks. But almost every pack contained 1-2 planks with noticeable resin filled holes/surface defects. We had enough timber not to install these planks or used only part of a plank. Please, be aware when you calculate the number of packs you need for your project.
Niki B - 7 months ago
Great product, love that there is a variety of lengths of boards, it gives a less uniform look to the finished floor. Really easy to lay and a good price when compared to other retailers. Got it in 3 rooms now, would happily fit it throughout the house.
Jamster - 1 year ago
Great product. Lovely thick boards easy to lay down
Be very aware when considering buying this floorin
joe__bloggs - 1 year ago
Everything said about manufacturing defects re different variances (+/- .05 to 2) from the stated width of 150mm and the misleading length(s) - 1200mm versus very many shorter planks eg 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 600, 700, 750, 800, opp , I concur.
Think carefully before purchase?
cheapoprod - 1 year ago
This is an edited review as B & Q would not allow my original. Saw this flooring in our local B & Q store and thought it looked very nice. Bought 4 packs. When I opened the packs following delivery, there were problems with damaged or poorly finished boards between the packs, resulting in me returning almost a full pack of boards! These were manufacturer problems as packs were sealed on receipt. Also worth noting was the fact that from 4 packs there were only 3 boards, 1200 mm long, with many 300 mm pieces, the rest being 400, 500, 700, 800 & 900 boards! (No guarantee of what is in each pack !) Fitting was therefore delayed for a further week. This also didn't contain any 1200 mm boards, but quite a few 300 mm boards. Laid most of the floor, and due to the fact that there were lots of short boards, (I was unable to comply with the recommendation of 300 mm spacing between joints on subsequent rows), I didn't have enough of the correct length boards to finish the job. Had to order another pack. (you guessed it, no 1200 mm boards in this pack either!) Anyway, I completed the floor and it looks very nice, but what a nightmare fitting it ! Although the boards, ( bearing in mind they are a natural product), are nicely finished and of pretty decent quality, there are variations in board width and thickness. Although it is stated that boards are 150 mm wide, some boards were 150.5 mm wide, & some boards 149.5 mm wide. This meant as well as mixing packs to even up colour match, you needed to measure or adjust, (sanding/planing ), adjoining boards to avoid a step and gaps along joints, meaning it took much longer to lay. Also I have noted that some boards when laid, do not sit flush to the next board due to thickness variation ! I understand that there can be a natural variation in dimensions due to storage conditions, however I did acclimatise these packs for several weeks before fitting? If you are thinking of fitting this flooring, please be aware you will probably need more packs than normal calculations indicate, (even taking into account 10% wastage). I am left with almost a full pack of 300, 340 & 440 mm boards. I class myself as a professional DIY person.