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UK Flooring Direct 35% off sale

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I've ordered some samples from them before. Sadly they are none of the products I want are on sale, though maybe someone does have something they want. Samples are delivered quite quickly so there Read More
I've ordered some samples from them before. Sadly they are none of the products I want are on sale, though maybe someone does have something they want. Samples are delivered quite quickly so there
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Solid oak floor £20.39 per m2 from UK Flooring Direct

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£20.39 @ UK Flooring Direct
Doing home renovation and as you know solid wood flooring is extremely dear. Thought this was a great price for a lovely dark coloured wood. Read More
Doing home renovation and as you know solid wood flooring is extremely dear. Thought this was a great price for a lovely dark coloured wood.
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illy1965
Personally I would avoid this as it is only 12mm thick most flooring comes at 16mm, 4mm doesn't sound much but it will make a big difference on the boards keeping their shape


Thanks for the advice. Did not consider that the thickness would be an issue
Price is good but thickness plus 3 stripe pattern with bevelled boards might look at bit strange (i.e. bevel every 3 apparent boards)?
illy1965
Personally I would avoid this as it is only 12mm thick most flooring comes at 16mm, 4mm doesn't sound much but it will make a big difference on the boards keeping their shape
Plus with thicker planks you can sand the boards down and revarnish them. 12mm sounds far too thin to me, I put down 20mm boards and haven't had any issues with them in nearly 10 years.
Personally I would avoid this as it is only 12mm thick most flooring comes at 16mm, 4mm doesn't sound much but it will make a big difference on the boards keeping their shape