1. First you will need a tape measure, note book and a pen. Always use a good tape measure that is easy to read and measure twice as a double check to safeguard against any mistakes.

2. You must establish which are the widest and the longest parts of the room. This should also include any bay windows, alcoves, entrances or exits from the room.

3. When you have taken all the measurements that are required (meters not imperial) simply multiply them together to give the square meters. If there are more than two areas to measure in the room follow the same procedure and then add them together.

4. Once all your measurements have been taken and are converted into square meters it is advisable to add 10% not just for cutting or miss measurements but also any damage is caused after installation. In the case of real wood flooring there maybe planks that are not to your liking and you may wish not to install these.

5. Our easy to use calculator will work out the packs required once you select the product and entered the length and width.

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