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Colours Staccato Natural Oak parquet effect Laminate Flooring, 1.86m² Pack of 4
This laminate flooring has an attractive Oak parquet effect finish, embossed surface finish and bevelled edge. Each plank uses a simple click system, so installation is simple and it can be used with underfloor heating to keep your home warm.
- Suitable for all type of rooms (bathrooms when using hydro kit & pe foam) including living rooms, hallways, bedrooms, studies, utility rooms & kitchens
- Water resistant
- Suitable for use with underfloor heating
- 20 years guarantee
Features and benefits
This laminate flooring has an attractive Oak parquet effect finish, embossed surface and bevelled edge. Each plank uses a simple click system, so installation is simple. It can be used with underfloor heating to keep your home warm.
- 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.
|Effect||Oak parquet effect|
|Material||High-density fibreboard (HDF)|
|Underlay type required||Foam underlay|
Abe2112 - 5 day ago
Ignore any bad reviews regarding this product. Superb product and easy to fit, fitted to lounge and hall with no issues including beading around the edges also from b &q
Love this flooring
EmmaD1234 - 30 day ago
Really effective flooring, looks so lovely when flows throughout the house. We paid for a fitter D&L flooring from Washington they were brilliant completed 4 rooms in 3 days. Totally recommend this product
Great quality, but difficult to install
Cosmopolitan - 1 month ago
I found these more difficult to install than herringbone. What makes it difficult is that each piece is very large and heavy. You also can't place them one by one. You have to prepare the whole row and then with someone's help insert the whole row in one go. It's particularly difficult around doors. A pull bar is definitely needed for such tight spaces.
I saw a few people with chipped boards from cutting it. You can avoid this by cutting it good-side-up with a mitre saw.
It's very high quality and they look and feel very high quality... but know what you're getting yourself into, this isn't going to be like any laminate you've installed before. ;)
Beautiful but will strip you of your sanity!
AimeeC0 - 1 month ago
A gorgous laminate, it looks absolutely beautiful when down but my brother (a joiner of 18 years) really struggled to fit this. In places, it just wouldn't join together and he had to use some force which has ended up in the odd damaged corner or 'pinching' of the join which raises the laminate slightly. I could see how hard it was to fit and was just glad it was down in the end I didn't even care about the lack of perfection. The other reviews are 100% accurate.
Hard work but nice when down!
Karen P8 - 2 month ago
After two days of arguments repeat trips to b and q and lots of sweat and almost tears - we have a hallway floor.
My husband is very competent at this type of project however this one neatly sent him over the edge!
The floor is beautifully engineered and is lovely and thick but boy is it brittle and fragile!
The other reviews on here are accurate but it is possible to get it down, patience and lots of care required.
My husbands top tip is to file down the square lug on the large lip when fitting your final strip then use glue to secure.
Pic attached prior to skirts being fitted!