Homebase Chickery Vinyl Plank Flooring - 1.95sqm Only £2 Per Pack Online (Click & Collect only) Plus Triple Nectar Points
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Homebase Chickery Vinyl Plank Flooring - 1.95sqm Only £2 Per Pack Online (Click & Collect only) Plus Triple Nectar Points

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Found 17th May 2016
Edit: This is now only available for click & collect.

Firstly, thanks to mobjw. His post for the Golden Oak Flooring lead me to find this.

As per the tile. 1.95 square meters for £2.00 per pack available for free click & collect.

Details from site:
The Vinyl wood effect flooring can give a classic wood effect look to any room.
Effects and finish: Oak effect
Coverage: 1.95sq m
Usage restrictions: Floor
Fitting system: Pre-glued peel & stick system.
Glueless: Yes
Textured: Yes

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hot...as also comes with a bag for the missus
Iv ordered but not sure if it's a bargain but seemed like it to me
is this like lino but in panels like laminate flooring?
malnuman

is this like lino but in panels like laminate flooring?


I think so. From what I read on google anyway. It looks a bit more flexible, and can be cut with a stanly knife
keeganland

I think so. From what I read on google anyway. It looks a bit more … I think so. From what I read on google anyway. It looks a bit more flexible, and can be cut with a stanly knife


thanks, was looking for some wood effect lino for the hallway, this looks ideal and cheaper
Heat added but no Paving Slabs anywhere
HOT - Just about to re-floor 3 rooms. Brilliant timing!

Thanks Keeganland
how to do i measure a room to know how much i need plz
[quote=hehehaha]how to do i measure a room to know how much i need plz[/quote
Length times width equals square meter age Divided by the amount of square metres of the said pack i.e. In this case 1.95 equals amount of packs requured
For example a room of 3 x 3 metres equals 9metres squared. 9 divided by 1.95 equals somewhere in the region of 4.5 or 5 packs to account for wastage
What's the best laminate nowadays people always go for gloss flooring I prefer marble which is better any suggestion
Stunning price - just reserved 8 packs to lay on the floor in my new garden workshop. Cheap, cheerful & functional... great deal Cheers OP!!
thanks slevinkelevra. i have order 20 pack for my corridor, livingroom and guest room. thanks for the post keeganland
slevinkelevra

For example a room of 3 x 3 metres equals 9metres squared. 9 divided by … For example a room of 3 x 3 metres equals 9metres squared. 9 divided by 1.95 equals somewhere in the region of 4.5 or 5 packs to account for wastage



​​​thanks slevinkelevra. i have order 20 pack for my corridor, livingroom and guest room.
Stunning deal - just what i need for a corridor communal area
Thanks ordered x
It's a bit deceptive putting plank in the name. Nearly ordered then I realised it's nowhere near as solid as laminate
hehehaha

​​​thanks slevinkelevra. i have order 20 pack for my corridor, livingroom … ​​​thanks slevinkelevra. i have order 20 pack for my corridor, livingroom and guest room.



No.

3 x 3 metres equals 3 metres squared which equals 9 square metres, NOT 9 metres squared. 9 metres squared equals 81 square metres. 81 divided by 1.95 equals somewhere in the region of 41.5 packs, or 45 to account for wastage.

Primary school arithmetic ?
Ah f***, I've just got back from collecting my 16 boxes of the golden oak flooring from the previous post and have now seen this... Which is better? Tempted to order the same quantity of this for comparison, but I don't know if these will look better than laminate - please help!!
shelliebish

Ah f***, I've just got back from collecting my 16 boxes of the golden oak … Ah f***, I've just got back from collecting my 16 boxes of the golden oak flooring from the previous post and have now seen this... Which is better? Tempted to order the same quantity of this for comparison, but I don't know if these will look better than laminate - please help!!



To be fair, I've only ever used laminate before, so I can't speak from personal experience with vynil. Have quick look at this link. It has a comparison between the two
Thank you! I've just looked again at it again on homebase & I think I might stick with my laminate - I think it might get messy to try & get a decent finish with the pre-glued vinyl - I'd end up peeling it off & sticking it down again & again!
OOS online, no stock near me. Shame coz this is just what I needed
thanks just reserved 10 packs hope they are in stock bargain! xx
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