Engineered Flooring 600 × 120 × 15 mm
A SET SQUARE METERAGE AT A FIXED PRICE
(Priced per m2)
THERE IS ONLY ONE JOBLOT OF 6.9m2 OF THIS PRODUCT!
Was £479.55.00 Now £345.00 Excluding VAT
Smoky Mountain is a dark grey finish that combines with the deep brown base colour of the floor, resulting in a floor that radiates depth and warmth.
Our engineered overlay wood flooring meets modern requirements and keeps a traditional wood flooring appearance. The multiple layers of plywood backing give support to the visible top layer of the precious hardwood, resulting in a floor that looks and feels like a solid wood floor but that is suitable for under floor heating and can still be sanded and re-finished after years of use. An overlay floor must be laid over an existing subfloor.
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Floor Size: 0m2
Extra Margin: 10%
Total Area Required:
This product can only be purchased in whole packs
Packs: Variable pack size
Type of finish: Joblot
Weight: 12 kg
Recommended Use: per Square Metre
Pack Size: Yes
Dimensions: 600 × 120 × 15 mm
Width: 120 mm
Thickness: 15 mm
Length: 600 mm
Colour : Dark
Under Floor Heating : Tongue and Groove
Unit Measurement : Bevelled Edge
Design : Engineered, Parquet & Chevron
Engineered: 2 part Engineered floor with a Hardwood top surface bonded to a multilayer waterproof Russian Birch Plywood. Can be Nailed, Stuck Down, or Floated depending on the sub floor. All floors are Tongue and Groove with Ends Matched unless stated otherwise.
Micro Bevelled: Micro Bevelled means a very small v shape can be seen on the long sides of the boards. The ends have no bevel.
Pre-Lacquered: This product is supplied with a Factory UV Lacquered surface. This product is suitable to walk on immediately.
Stick Down: Sticking involves the use of an adhesive to bond the wood flooring to either a concrete/screed sub floor or to a ply/chipboard sub floor.
Under Floor Heating: This product is compatible for use over an electric or water under floor heating system. The maximum temperature must not exceed 27 degrees Celsius at the floor surface.