Wood effect tiles just gone down in price - £5 per pack @ Wickes
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Wood effect tiles just gone down in price - £5 per pack @ Wickes

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Found 18th Aug 2017
Just checked these out in store and bought them. We're £14 then down to £8, went to buy today and gone down to a fiver a pack. Good looking tile and good price. Available online and in store with free delivery though not at weekends. Ends Tuesday
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31727837-ZYwA1.jpgI've got these in my kitchen, the wifey loves them, laid them last year and they still look fab, and at this price I might consider getting some more to continue through to hallway🤔
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They look really good!
I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand why. Wouldn't you just buy wood if you want wood effect and buy tiles if you want tile effect.
How do I lay them ?
good deal
Riaow1 h, 39 m ago

I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand …I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand why. Wouldn't you just buy wood if you want wood effect and buy tiles if you want tile effect.

Maybe in bathroom you don't want wood...
Laid loads of these they look great staggered with charcoal grout . Remember you need flexible adhesive and they are porcelain so a decent cutter is essential and or a diamond wet wheel .
they are very good both bathrooms and dining room done with these very very please with the results and agree with lucky lad there charcoal grout deffo and they are very tough tiles you will need a very decent cutter
£5 a metre is a bargain. These look good . And less maintenance than real wood . And will last years longer if laid correctly
Riaow2 h, 47 m ago

I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand …I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand why. Wouldn't you just buy wood if you want wood effect and buy tiles if you want tile effect.



when you want tiles badly but the floor is too flexible to take tiles and you are morbidly obese?

Do these really look good? Zero reviews on the wickes website!
Riaow3 h, 31 m ago

I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand …I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand why. Wouldn't you just buy wood if you want wood effect and buy tiles if you want tile effect.


Under floor heating doesn't work very well through a timber floor. Most new build house have underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, hence the demand for wood effect tiles.
Going to be fun carrying 30 packs tomorrow
shatteredneon7 m ago

Under floor heating doesn't work very well through a timber floor. Most …Under floor heating doesn't work very well through a timber floor. Most new build house have underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, hence the demand for wood effect tiles.

Guy mentioned tile effect laminate, not wood effect ceramic tile
fake view make them better
they were £6 a pack week before last + 15% of had mine deliverd yesterday great for kitchens and bathrooms (we had a leak under the sink so the £300 kitchen laminate lasted less than a year) just gotta get all the old crap off the floor underneath now and self level it nut going to be worth it

also about 3% TCB if your buying lots

heat added
luckylad578 h, 48 m ago

Laid loads of these they look great staggered with charcoal grout . …Laid loads of these they look great staggered with charcoal grout . Remember you need flexible adhesive and they are porcelain so a decent cutter is essential and or a diamond wet wheel .


diamond grinder ok ????
moley2 h, 0 m ago

diamond grinder ok ????

Lots of dust but it can sure be done
It is a lovely view. Oak look porcelain. I did not know such a product existed for floors. The description says wall and floor tile. If this was a vinyl tile I'd be in as I need to lay a floor in a utility room.
31727837-ZYwA1.jpgI've got these in my kitchen, the wifey loves them, laid them last year and they still look fab, and at this price I might consider getting some more to continue through to hallway🤔
I have these laid brick style hallway kitchen, breakfast room and utility great tiles and much warmer than laminate surprisingly I'm pleased with them
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Delivery isn't free at wickes? always sting you for bulk delivery
Thanks for posting.
In the process of buying a house and the kitchen flooring needs replacing.
Bought 13 packets which should be enough. Nearest Wicks 4 miles away too
Riaow15 h, 40 m ago

I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand …I believe they also have tile effect wood flooring. I don't understand why. Wouldn't you just buy wood if you want wood effect and buy tiles if you want tile effect.

Ive just spent two days replacing 4 floorboards. Lifting old boards, Sanding, colour matching , varnishing, filling gaps. It was a real pita and hasnt come out particularly well from a colour matching pov.

I can imagine why people would want tiles to look like wood but not give the hassle of wood.
Regprentice48 m ago

Ive just spent two days replacing 4 floorboards. Lifting old boards, …Ive just spent two days replacing 4 floorboards. Lifting old boards, Sanding, colour matching , varnishing, filling gaps. It was a real pita and hasnt come out particularly well from a colour matching pov.I can imagine why people would want tiles to look like wood but not give the hassle of wood.



My uncle lived in a house where kitchen had wooden floor (most used place in the house), new house they are building has underfloor heating and wood alike tiles Auntie had enough of hassle with spills, wet dogs, kids etc.
Do these need to be laid on a perfectly level surface, also can they be laid on top of our current foam eva tiles or will compression mean the tiles wont work?
yozzman123415 h, 51 m ago

£5 a metre is a bargain. These look good . And less maintenance than real …£5 a metre is a bargain. These look good . And less maintenance than real wood . And will last years longer if laid correctly

Can they be used in a wet room?
Krizzo36 h, 19 m ago

Lots of dust but it can sure be done

Thanks will be cutting outside 😁
Antwon105 h, 29 m ago

[Image] I've got these in my kitchen, the wifey loves them, laid them last …[Image] I've got these in my kitchen, the wifey loves them, laid them last year and they still look fab, and at this price I might consider getting some more to continue through to hallway🤔

What grout did you use please?
Thanks Ordered 29 packs for delivery (free) after checking them out instore.
bubblesmoney48 m ago

What grout did you use please?

No idea sorry just know it was light grey I had someone lay it sorry
Purchased thanks!
Just came back from seeing the tile: the actual tile is very different to the image, and it does not resemble oak. Decided, despite the very tempting price, not to buy it.
Thanks, just got 16 packs from Cannock store.

The wood grain effect does look like oak, I've just spent a week installing oak newels and handrails on our staircase so can compare like for like.
Antwon108 h, 14 m ago

[Image] I've got these in my kitchen, the wifey loves them, laid them last …[Image] I've got these in my kitchen, the wifey loves them, laid them last year and they still look fab, and at this price I might consider getting some more to continue through to hallway🤔


Hi mate, kinda hard to tell but was wondering what colour grout you've used (the other pic is clearly dark grey but yours doesn't show as much)?
Helpful1 h, 59 m ago

Just came back from seeing the tile: the actual tile is very different to …Just came back from seeing the tile: the actual tile is very different to the image, and it does not resemble oak. Decided, despite the very tempting price, not to buy it.


Agree. I also saw them in the store and didnt like the look or the finish. Definitely not as good print and finish as the more expensive ones. Tiling arent replaced too often, so may be its better to be 100% happy before buying
Just ordered 70 packs 🙈
You need to lay these on a good base either a solid floor or if floorboards you need to lay 12mm ply seal it and use a flexible adhesive and grout . Laying on top of other tiles is ok if they are ceramic a cement based adhesive will secure them well . Remember to spread the adhesive so that it combs the shortest way across the tile when laid do not dab and dot floor tiles . . Dry grinding will chip the tiles you can buy a cheap d I y wet grinder for 40 quid. They are not easy to cut with a d I y tile cutter . You need a 10 mm scoring wheel . Rubi make the best tile tools . If your solid floor is uneven using a levelling compound and allow to dry .
Failing that hire a professional floor layer
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