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Wickes Navelli Light Oak Laminate Flooring - 1.48m2 Pack £15.54
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Wickes Navelli Light Oak Laminate Flooring - 1.48m2 Pack £15.54

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Posted 10th Jan
  • This laminate flooring has an antibacterial treatment to inhibit bacteria growth
  • Suitable for living areas including bedroom, living room, study and busy areas including hallways and kitchens
  • This durable flooring is resilient and extremely hard wearing
  • The Rapid Fit mechanism on this flooring is perfect for a one person installation saving up to 30% more time versus our twin clic fitting mechanism which requires two people for installation.
  • Suitable for underfloor heating
  • Laminate flooring is hygienic and easy to clean
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which Navelli is it Phil or Gary, actually I can't stand either tbh.
I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid wood or engineered wood, or carpet.

I have a Dog, no kids. Each room is no bigger than 3.70mx3.70m any thoughts.
snappyfish10/01/2019 18:52

I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid …I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid wood or engineered wood, or carpet. I have a Dog, no kids. Each room is no bigger than 3.70mx3.70m any thoughts.


If i was you i would not go below 12mm anything below and it has to much flex and is harder to lay
RedRain5 m ago

If i was you i would not go below 12mm anything below and it has to much …If i was you i would not go below 12mm anything below and it has to much flex and is harder to lay


Thanks, did 12mm in summerhouse/log cabin or glorified shed as some peeps say. As the place is quite small I dont mind spending a bit for good finish.
snappyfish7 m ago

I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid …I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid wood or engineered wood, or carpet. I have a Dog, no kids. Each room is no bigger than 3.70mx3.70m any thoughts.



I'd like an answer to this, but I can help with one bit, I'm the same, just the dog, totally forget carpet. Even with a carpet cleaner,heavy duty easy clean carpet, rugs and a very clean dog I regret carpeting my living room.
snappyfish19 m ago

I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid …I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid wood or engineered wood, or carpet. I have a Dog, no kids. Each room is no bigger than 3.70mx3.70m any thoughts.


You can get wood effect tiles these days so no need to worry about anything other than laying them correctly. Pop some underfloor heating under and away you go.
snappyfish44 m ago

I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid …I have a small Bungalow and can't work out what's best, laminate, solid wood or engineered wood, or carpet. I have a Dog, no kids. Each room is no bigger than 3.70mx3.70m any thoughts.


I'd always go with engineered. More stable than solid wood but with the same appearance and benefits, plus easier to lay as it is floating and doesn't require adhesive. You can also have under floor heating with engineered where as you can't with solid. There's some really good quality laminates around now but you'll never get the same feel and appearance of real wood.
reviews suggest click system is a bit iffy
J9STL1 h, 38 m ago

reviews suggest click system is a bit iffy


I fitted mine fine in summerhouse wickes.co.uk/Wic…670

Just clear out grooves of any dust and check for any interfering before clicking together.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 10th Jan
Was considering this flooring but decided against it as too many reviews say that it squeaks after couple of months.
In the end went for Milano Oak from B&Q.

As said earlier, never choose below 12 mm thickness.
RedRain3 h, 48 m ago

If i was you i would not go below 12mm anything below and it has to much …If i was you i would not go below 12mm anything below and it has to much flex and is harder to lay


Nonsense
AstalaVista10/01/2019 21:10

Was considering this flooring but decided against it as too many reviews …Was considering this flooring but decided against it as too many reviews say that it squeaks after couple of months.In the end went for Milano Oak from B&Q.As said earlier, never choose below 12 mm thickness.


I've had 8mm in 2 bedrooms upstairs for 4 years with no problems
DealioSamT2 m ago

I've had 8mm in 2 bedrooms upstairs for 4 years with no problems


Yep, there’s more to laminate than how thick it is. Mainly how hard wearing is the wear layer (top surface) and the density of the board. No good having a 12mm thick board if it’s like wheatabix
After having both real wood and laminate, I'll never have laminate again. Cold, noisy and will always look like laminate.
t4r10/01/2019 22:52

After having both real wood and laminate, I'll never have laminate again. …After having both real wood and laminate, I'll never have laminate again. Cold, noisy and will always look like laminate.


Depends on the wood you buy and the laminate you buy, both have good and bad
audievo10/01/2019 22:55

Depends on the wood you buy and the laminate you buy, both have good and …Depends on the wood you buy and the laminate you buy, both have good and bad


I’m basing it own my own experience, but yes quality in both can be a factor too.
DealioSamT10/01/2019 22:49

I've had 8mm in 2 bedrooms upstairs for 4 years with no problems


Nonsense
t4r39 m ago

I’m basing it own my own experience, but yes quality in both can be a f …I’m basing it own my own experience, but yes quality in both can be a factor too.


The downside of wood is mainly how easy it is to mark/scratch/dent and the mountains of poor quality (usually under £30m2) products around. If you want to spent £50 upwards you will get a nice wood. £100m2 a very nice wood but it’s a lot to invest in something you may want to change in a few years.
RedRain10/01/2019 23:36

Nonsense

I'm confused? You do know they sell hundreds of skus at 8mm.

Mine are great and have zero problems
DealioSamT1 h, 48 m ago

I'm confused? You do know they sell hundreds of skus at 8mm.Mine are great …I'm confused? You do know they sell hundreds of skus at 8mm.Mine are great and have zero problems

What are you confused about?
DealioSamT10/01/2019 22:49

I've had 8mm in 2 bedrooms upstairs for 4 years with no problems


I too have had 8mm laminate for living and bed rooms for around 11 years now. No problems as such but I would suggest 12mm minimum.
For using 8 mm thickness laminate, the floor has to be flat otherwise you can feel the floor movement when walking over it..
AstalaVista11/01/2019 10:45

I too have had 8mm laminate for living and bed rooms for around 11 years …I too have had 8mm laminate for living and bed rooms for around 11 years now. No problems as such but I would suggest 12mm minimum.For using 8 mm thickness laminate, the floor has to be flat otherwise you can feel the floor movement when walking over it..


A flat surface is required for all laminate flooring regardless of thickness.
If 12mm is so good why to the top manufacturers use 8 to 9.5mm?
Thickness alone means nothing.
audievo11/01/2019 10:50

A flat surface is required for all laminate flooring regardless of …A flat surface is required for all laminate flooring regardless of thickness.If 12mm is so good why to the top manufacturers use 8 to 9.5mm? Thickness alone means nothing.


12mm copes better for minor deviations in flatness (especially when floorboards are involved, which are not always flat throughout and where a leveling compound type option is not possible) and I consider it to be a good median size within the 6mm to 15mm thichkness range that is generally available. Of course this is my opinion based on my experience.
AstalaVista11/01/2019 11:50

12mm copes better for minor deviations in flatness (especially when …12mm copes better for minor deviations in flatness (especially when floorboards are involved, which are not always flat throughout and where a leveling compound type option is not possible) and I consider it to be a good median size within the 6mm to 15mm thichkness range that is generally available. Of course this is my opinion based on my experience.



Where is there a 15mm laminate available
12mm will do no better than 8mm on an uneven floor.
Based on my experience
audievo11/01/2019 13:56

Where is there a 15mm laminate available12mm will do no better than … Where is there a 15mm laminate available12mm will do no better than 8mm on an uneven floor.Based on my experience


15mm here
AstalaVista44 m ago

15mm here


it is 12mm with 3mm underlay added to the board, 12mm+3mm =15mm
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