See more Real wood top layer flooring
- Suitable for Bedroom, hallway & living room
Features and benefits
- The wood is protected with a varnish coating for better resistance against stains and scratches
- 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.
|CE marked||CE marked|
|Resistant to water||Not water resistant|
|Top layer thickness||2.5mm|
Don’t Buy .. Not suitable for underfloor heating
Anonymous - 10 months ago
Recently put this on my new through lounge, it looks rough and expended alot after few days with underfloor heating ON and need to change it. Oak engineered wood flooring in another room is ok with underfloor heating which I bought from local stockist.
Looks amazing but beware sand/grit
Mcalr3 - 1 year ago
Love the look of this flooring. It is very durable with foot traffic, dogs walking on it and moving furniture, however there are some things you must watch out for.
We got it installed in our new garage conversion and annoyingly the workmen were not ultra careful after it was laid, while building the wall outside they must've dragged a small stone or grit in with their outdoor shoes and now it has a small scratch. Easily repaired using a wood furniture repair kit but I can tell we are in for a headache. Just keep shoes off it!
Very stylish, super easy to fit.
kingandaval - 1 year ago
Okay so yes it does mark if you dropped something sharp and heavy on it but what wood floor doesn’t? It’s wood.
This was really easy to fit and looks fantastic. Well priced and a good delivery service.
Looks good, but VERY easily marked
Mike1001 - 1 year ago
Bought this for my lounge diner, and to be fair, it looks great. The individuality of the real wood top layer really adds to the finish; but the finish itself won't last long with standard family use!
The slightest little thing will scratch or mark the surface, and those marks are really obvious. One of my friends accidentally nudged a planter that was on the floor, and it caused three obvious scratches; despite the planter only being light and only moving a few cm's. Dropping a spoon while eating breakfast caused another really obvious mark. Within two months of it being down, and with just me living in the house, there are already several dents and scratches from just my everyday living; and I'm a careful and tidy person. This flooring isn't suitable for family life, or for a room that's going to be used on a regular basis. I'd probably go as far as to say it really isn't suitable at all; but that's just my opinion.