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Staccato Natural Gloss Oak parquet effect Laminate Flooring Sample

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Staccato Natural Gloss Oak parquet effect Laminate Flooring Sample
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4 for 3 on laminate and luxury vinyl click flooring. Discount applied at checkout.

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Product information

This laminate sample shows the high-quality finish of Staccato oak lami effect laminate flooring. It has an attractive parquet effect finish, embossed surface and bevelled edge.

  • Flooring sample for colour and inspirational purposes only
  • Angle click system fitting
  • Suitable for Bedroom, hallway & living room
  • Water resistant
  • Not suitable for underfloor heating
  • 1 year guarantee

Features and benefits

A flooring sample will help you to find the perfect style to compliment your home. This laminate sample is a portion of the actual plank, so you can easily check the colour & finish against your room and décor.

  • Suitable for all type of rooms, including bathrooms when using hydrokit & PE foam
  • Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber

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

BrandColours
RangeStaccato
EffectOak parquet effect
FinishGloss
TextureEmbossed
DesignTile
Edge profileBevelled edge
Base materialHigh-density fibreboard (HDF)
MaterialHigh-density fibreboard (HDF)
Abrasion classAC5
Model name/number834291
Product code8426924181489

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3.54 / 5(153 reviews)

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Jubo77 - 17 days ago

Over the years I have many many laminate floors of all different styles and systems, but this flooring has been the most difficult/awkward and downright painful to fit!!!!!beware, should be discontinued!!

Product is good quality but chips easy

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Raymo1 - 22 days ago

Too hard to lay and would not reccomend this product flooring should be discontinued as not fit for purpose

Looks amazing

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Tommygetsitdone - 1 month ago

I’ll start by saying this wasn’t an easy floor to lay but it took me 5 hours to lay a 15 squared meter floor by myself tricky with some cuts having to lift the next board up to get it in use a pull bar and hammer is definitely needed but end result is amazing gonna do the full downstairs with it

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T47 - 4 months ago

Loved the design but very poor laminate chips easily, lot of waste because of this.

Please Understand What is is you are Buying

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Dixko - 4 months ago

Once installed this looks great. BUT it's not the laminate click system most people are familiar with. It's the angle-angle system. It also has a square pattern that will mean you may need to cut both ends to keep the squares aligned and to avoid making the joints in the same place.

You really need two people for a length of 3 to four meters. Maybe a third person for longer than that. You can help yourself by preparing some angle blocks to rest the large planks on at an angle that will help you orientate them at an angle to help the tongues insert easier. I used 4 inch by 1 inch wood cut at around 30 degrees.

The other thing you have to allow for is that you cannot fit a single plank and then add the rest of the row UNLESS you remove the mating tongues/grooves. So for under your door, cut out the section needed with your multi tool/saw and fir one piece in place. You will be able to fit it close to that gap and then tap in place. The next planks (row) and the next row to this piece are glued in place. It's solid and cannot be differentiated from the other joints.

So yes, it's harder and more work to fit but the end result is worth it.

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