Vinyl tile flooring - Forest Oak - 1.95sq m was £17.99 now £10!! (Free C&C) @ Homebase
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Vinyl tile flooring - Forest Oak - 1.95sq m was £17.99 now £10!! (Free C&C) @ Homebase

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Found 11th Jul 2015
3 other colours available:

Chickery; http:// tiny url .com/qgu7epb

Geneva Oak; http:// tiny url .com/o2qgneo

Emberton Oak; http:// tiny url .com/p34fnut

The Homebase Value stuff has rave reviews, so I would expect this to be of decent enough quality. It is also dirt cheap at just over £5 per square metre - most vinyl's I've seen are nearly twice that.

- The Vinyl wood effect flooring can give a classic wood effect look to any room.
- Effects & finish: Oak effect
- Coverage: 1.95 sqm
- Textured: Yes
- Usage restrictions: Suitable for Bathrooms
- Fitting system: Pre-glued peel & stick system
- Glueless: Yes
- Planks per pack: 14
- Industry standard: CE

Free reserve and collect. Home delivery from £3.95.
2.1% TCB on reserve and collect orders.
1.57% TCB on home delivery orders.

14 Comments

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Wow that's like 1980s prices. Quite appropriate really as vinyl flooring generally belongs in that decade

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WillieGallimore

Wow that's like 1980s prices. Quite appropriate really as vinyl flooring … Wow that's like 1980s prices. Quite appropriate really as vinyl flooring generally belongs in that decade



Agreed but if, like me, you're in rented accomodation and need to re-do a floor or two on the cheap, then this stuff is absolutely ideal and as cheap as it gets.

Bet you feel like a tit now WillieGallimore. A good find. Hot from me

Great comment aandyr123...I also used this in a temp accomodation,good price to cheer up a home.

Long live vinyl! I used to have it all over the floors of my house! I recently got some real natural oak flooring cheap at dacha-oak.co.uk/

I guess its all horses for courses as the real thing works out bit more than twice as much but i like real wood. Vinyl much better in wet rooms and kitchens mind!

WillieGallimore

Wow that's like 1980s prices. Quite appropriate really as vinyl flooring … Wow that's like 1980s prices. Quite appropriate really as vinyl flooring generally belongs in that decade



Blown vinyl maybe. This isn't the same.

WillieGallimore

Wow that's like 1980s prices. Quite appropriate really as vinyl flooring … Wow that's like 1980s prices. Quite appropriate really as vinyl flooring generally belongs in that decade



Any idea what you're talking about? I am a contract vinyl floor fitter and install vinyls throughout the UK for schools, banks, shops, hospitals etc... in fact other than 'linoleum' which is virtually unused these days, vinyl is your only option in a commercial environment. As for domestic, decent vinyl tiles (admittedly not these) will outlast most alternative hard floor coverings. Have you heard of Amtico or Karndean? Some of their ranges are £100m2 and they're trading as strong as ever.

or very cheap when you have a toddler that will only wreck a nice floor! so good for a couple of years, and not heartbroken when replacing it
I also thought worth mentioning that home base are having a multi million pound stock clearance (big banner hanging outside my local store) Dagenham.

Got these for a small kitchen in a flat for rent, ideal!!! hot...

andykirby0

Any idea what you're talking about? I am a contract vinyl floor fitter … Any idea what you're talking about? I am a contract vinyl floor fitter and install vinyls throughout the UK for schools, banks, shops, hospitals etc... in fact other than 'linoleum' which is virtually unused these days, vinyl is your only option in a commercial environment. As for domestic, decent vinyl tiles (admittedly not these) will outlast most alternative hard floor coverings. Have you heard of Amtico or Karndean? Some of their ranges are £100m2 and they're trading as strong as ever.



Totally correct. Luxury Vinyl Tile, such as Amtico, Karndean, Polyflor ranges, is probably the most hard wearing, practical and beautiful (excepting "natural beauty" from ceramics and wood) flooring around. They do need sub floor prep and to be fitted properly though, which adds to the cost. LVT is not a cheap option but you get what you pay for.

These self adhesive DIY tiles are pretty rubbish. Low grade vinyl, weak adhesive, probably fitted in non-ideal circumstances. Fine to tart up a worn out floor on the cheap but won't look great and won't last long before they are damaged or start to come up.

Heat added - just ordered for my friend, who lives in rented accomodation, to improve her kitchen as the landlord won't

Just got 5 packs at sutton thanks

tebbo65

Got these for a small kitchen in a flat for rent, ideal!!! hot...


Yep, for rental houses they should do the job well, worry about them next time around!

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Got mine delivered today.. by the joys of yodel..

That aside, this stuff is impressive for the price. Admittedly the wear layer is very thin but it's solid stuff and looks really good in my kitchen. All fits together well and sticks well too.
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