Guaranteed to make any kitchen look cheap.
All Laminate Discounts, Offers and Sale - September 2018
Any good suggestion for glossy laminate ?
it is usually, although good 8mm is perfectly ok for household, 12 and above almost commercial grade, albeit depends where you get it from Wickes own brand stuff is usually pretty crap.. ( i say this from the experience of buying lots of wickes stuff lots of times...)
Only 8mm think? I thought thicker is better?
More plastic into the environment :-(
I’ve just been and got over £1000 worth of flooring (40 packs) for just over £500 so I’m thrilled! Also delivery (even on that much) is only £7.95 so well worth it!
Reviews say flooring is fine on most
Wickes flooring is not good. Avoid.
It’s not German made so avoid
I picked up this stuff from there for my cabin when it was previously in a sale https://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Aspiran-Oak-Laminate-Flooring---2-22m2-Pack/p/215603 Paid £16.58 per pack and was impressed, cut well and fitted easily :)
Thanks for the info
Although denser it might only be medium fibre particleboard rather than high density fibreboard, the quality and thickness of the laminate layer and 'quality' (if you can call any manufactured wood quality lol) of the particleboard is the real test in durability AC1-AC4 all are direct pressure laminated, whereas AC5 and above are high pressure laminated, more durable but have a rougher textured surface considered to be a little too abrasive for domestic households. The thickness will feel nice under foot though and can help sound reduction, there again so can good quality underlay. :) More info, in somewhat bad English but informative nonetheless on the 'myth' that 12mm must be better than 10mm or 8mm [here]
Staff discount 20% if you know anyone who works there or Travis Perkins.
Costco are doing laminate flooring I think in 3 different colours, its 14mm thick which includes 2mm foam underlay. I paid just under £18 per box which is 1.16 m² per pack. I know its more expensive but loos and feels good "Made to last, the Providence is rated Abrasion Class 4 (AC4) and is backed by the manufacturer's 35 year residential warranty and a 10 year light commerical warranty. You can ensure your floors will look new for years to come with the Providence laminate flooring"
Cheers bought 15 packs (y)
Yep a lot better used to use 8mm but after trying 12mm would not go back found it was easier to lay down as Well
Nah. 12mm laminate feels more rigid, doesn't bend, doesn't make hollow sound, and feels much more "expensive" Pretty much the same as wooden floor. Thi one is usually about £10/m2 https://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Venezia-Oak-Laminate-Flooring---1-48m2-Pack/p/131874
8mm thickness sorry will give this a miss wont touch anything under 12 these days
Are people happy with the door so far?
Correct about them being cheap doors!! There imported from China by the container.
Yes they need a finish otherwise dirty marks won't easily be removed and more importantly the will absorb and moisture and humidity causing swelling and warping over time.
Mine arrive today. Has anybody received their Thame doors and what did you think? Question for the better informed: do they NEED a finish on them if they look good without one?
I'm a carpenter and oiled and waxed 100s.. not 1 door has reacted... thay say don't do it to cover there backs if anything happens as they don't trust there own cheep product.
Do not put this any where near your floor it does not damage than good . Get on your hands and knees and just wipe with a wet cloth if you want you floor to look good for longer . DO NOT USE ON LAMINATE IT WILL DAMAGE IT
I'll have some of that, Thanks
Not bad for 10mm.
All flooring are on sale in B&Q.. this honestly is not much of a deal comparing to the other stocks they have..
Accordind to the price tag is 17.12 each and 8/ sq. m
don't forget 10% code TRADEPRO
Why are people voting this cold? I think it is a rocking price for a good product. I just finished my downstairs with the light hickory. Was very happy with the finish.
Why is this expired?
Why is this expired, it adds to basket okay? I'm considering it for my bedroom which is getting decorated in the spring. By the time Ive added my bed and few bits of furniture theres not much space left so want something light. Very tempted!
Looking forward to that sale need to do the whole refurb in the house.
24 HOURS BABY THE PARTY DOESNT STOP
What are your bar opening hours?
Seen this on oak floor deal, thought nice. Bought the walnut gloss one from B and Q for about this price for the hall love it, very durable can be a bit slippy a no no for dogs.
yes its deal listed by me in morning..dont forget tcb 6.3
Looks nice is this from the deal on here recently? That's a great price for wood
Oh hi leaderstores. Shambles of a company! The problem isn't getting your money back. It's making sure you receive what you paid for so your tradesman can start work.
I just checked and it's "Concertino" not colours. https://www.diy.com/departments/concertino-natural-kolberg-oak-effect-laminate-flooring-1-48-m-pack/176232_BQ.prd
Why not pay with paypal? any problems and paypal can resolve?
In response to an above comment, Leader Floors hold lots of stock. This laminate was brought in bulk as it has the grey V-groove, normally not supplied to the UK, hence the low price. Still plenty left, next day delivery, but selling fast, snap it up while you can.
This is Swiss krono, not kono, or did you mean Swiss krono? I've never come across Colours. Will have to check it out next time I'm there.
They're so-so, probably £40-worth. Definitely not a re-badged RT0700 as is often claimed though. I think for me, I'd rather pay the extra tenner for the M3700 and take the power reduction, if it's just for odd jobs. I've got an MT series planer and it's alright, and I'm pretty sure you can still register them for the 3 year warranty.
Are they that bad, I run the RT0700 too but at 40 quid was wondering if it would have been any good for the odd job?
Mine came today.
These are available in the UK. Its makita’s MT series, geared towards DIY, not professional
A fella from work got one of those clones, it wasn't up to much. It's certainly not- as some people claim- a re-badged Makita. I've got the RT0700 and had them side-by-side. I wouldn't bother personally.
You have 45 days to take your sample back to B&Q and get a full refund
Its gona take a lot of 30p samples to do my bedroom
A 0.87x13 inch piece of laminate is not going to help you decide if you want the flooring.
its bad enough charging £2 for a sample then having the cheek to put it in clearance, it should be free or at least get your money back if you buy a pack. I understand why they stopped giving your money back and increasing the cost of sample paint pots as people where buying them to use on recycle jobs, stencils etc but what can you do with a sample of laminate apart from see if it fits in with your decor. I think i have a few lengths of laminate left I might cut them up and sell them for a £1 each and undercut B&Q. Deal wise yeah cheaper than £2, much cheaper but ?
Overtime one might expect it perfectly reasonable for stock to deplete at this price, but thanks for the notification.
but it is now. Hence my comment
I laid the arpeggio heritage oak. I found the joints creaky when walked on. I used a good quality underlay as well. So I wouldn't recommend this product.
Not at time of posting.
ESPRESSIVO NATURAL SAW CUT only £5.46 per M2 is out of stock
This is back on offer again
Wondering if someone could please advise from experience if these are any good and any alternatives?
Just seeing this and wondering if anyone else has any experience of this product. If positive would rejoin costo cos this seems to be half price!
Hi this is the link http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/25324966?utm_source=Promo&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=Coupons&utm_campaign=emailFY17MVM15 Thanks
Really good quality. Looks and feels like real wood. Fitted last time on offer with £5 off per pack.
Doesn't work for me
Double discount being applied in error by the look of it. Great for anyone after these but the reviews suggest they're a bit fragile and prone to scratches/chips
Yes i picked up one too - plus a bluetooth keyboard and mouse for £10 each x
Cheers. Got the last A3 one. A few A4 ones left
Maybe junk to you and treasure for others
Other items on sale also http://www.diy.com/search?promo=true&Ntt=Flooring+price+cuts+28+04&Ns=p_price%7C0