Wickes Wood Fibre Laminate & Wood Flooring Underlay - 10.03m2 Pack - 2 Packs for £40 Using Click & Collect @ Wickes
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Wickes Wood Fibre Laminate & Wood Flooring Underlay - 10.03m2 Pack - 2 Packs for £40 Using Click & Collect @ Wickes

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Expires on 02/09/2020Posted 16th Jun
Not a bad offer here, works out better if you're looking to buy enough for above 40m2 as you'll get free delivery there, which for some could work better. A nice little saving by the looks of it. Other places do smaller packs so you'd have to calculate how much you need to get the best deal there. If you need a few though, this may fit the bill nicely.

On this offer you're looking at about £2 per m2
Each pack would work out at £20 ÷ 10.03m = £1.99.4

Price comparison:
Screwfix for have 7m2 at £14.99, working out at £2.14 per m2


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  • Length: 0.85 m
  • Thickness: 5 mm
  • Width: 0.59 m
  • Weight: 12 kg
  • Material: WoodFibre
  • For Use With: Laminate, Engineered & Solid Wood Flooring
  • Pack Quantity: 20
  • Pack Coverage: 10.03 m2
  • Brand Name: Wickes

Features & benefits
  • For use with laminate and wood flooring
  • Sound reduction of up to 19 decibels
  • Easy to cut and install
  • Underlay tape recommended to join adjacent pieces
  • High compressive strength up to 150 kpa which is ideal for click systems
  • 100% Natural wood fibre product which is non allergenic and has no added glue or resins
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8 Comments
Is this just for the underlay ?
Odd that this is available for C&C whereas lots of plasterboard is not. Was told that was because plasterboard is not an essential item.
So I suppose laminate is
jazman12316/06/2020 18:15

Is this just for the underlay ?


That’s what the title says...

*house not included.
Edited by: "HorseBoxGuy" 16th Jun
jazman12316/06/2020 18:15

Is this just for the underlay ?


Underlay underlay.

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Edited by: "Ed.Winchester" 16th Jun
More expensive at £44 for 8m2 but I'd go for the Arbiton Premium 3 in 1, nice and thick and reasonably easy to work with.
Would you use this on concrete sub floor
I would use the polystyrene stuff instead
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