Herringbone Parquet 18mm Unfinished Oak Engineered
£90.70 per pack covering 1.68m2
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- Suitable for Underfloor Heating
- 20 Years Warranty
- Bevelled Edge
- 18mm Thickness
The stylish, chic Herringbone Parquet Unfinished Oak Engineered Floor is a luxurious choice for the home. Adding a fantastic modern twist to a beautiful traditional style floor, this is a sublime addition to the living room or hallway. Designed with durability as well as style in mind, you benefit from a great 20 year guarantee. This gives you ultimate peace of mind that the floor will withstand even heavy levels of daily foot traffic.
There are an incredible 60 planks contained in each pack, with both left and right handed boards included. They measure 80mm in width, 350mm in length and 18mm thick. There is also a 4mm wear layer which adds extreme durability to each plank. The tongue and groove installation is quick and simple, though we have provided a free guide underneath the ‘installation tab’. This also gives you advice on maintenance.
We offer free samples of the Herringbone Parquet Unfinished Oak Engineered Floor. Or if you have any questions our experts are happy to answer them. Call us today for more information and to discover whether this is the best choice for your home.
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Does this product need finishing with a protective varnish? Can it be used in a kitchen space?
This product is unfinished so you could apply a lacquer / stain or oil to it as you wish. And yes, this would be fine to use in a kitchen area.
Answered 7 years ago
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We know how important a flooring purchase can be, which is why we pride ourselves on providing a quick and professional delivery service to all our customers.
When will my order arrive?
Our standard delivery provides orders to your door within 2-5 working days. As we want to ensure you’ll be available to receive the delivery in person we will contact you to discuss a time and date that is most convenient for you. This means we can’t ship any items out until we have spoken to you to confirm a date. Should there be any issues or delays likely for any reason, we will arrange an alternative date with you. Our priority is providing you with your flooring solution as quickly as possible at a time that suits you best.
How much will my delivery cost?
For Mainland UK standard delivery costs £34.99 for vinyl rolls and £34.99 for flooring packs. Additional charges will be applied for deliveries outside Mainland UK including Eire.
Can I choose a specific slot or a Saturday delivery?
If you need to receive your delivery within a tight timeframe, you can request for your flooring to be delivered at a specific time. This will incur a surcharge of £20, and is advised for those who will not be able to dedicate a full day to wait in for delivery. You can also request a morning delivery which has a surcharge of £12.50.
If you place your order any time throughout the week before 10am on Friday you can also choose to have a Saturday delivery slot. There is also a surcharge of £42.50 for this service.
Please note: Some services may be unavailable in certain parts of the country. All delivery prices displayed include Vat unless otherwise stated.
What else do I need to do?
All deliveries are made ‘kerb side’ and we recommend arranging adequate help to off load your goods if you are unable to manage the flooring yourself. It is assumed that the delivery address will be accessible. Failed deliveries will incur a redelivery charge.
5.00 Average 4 Reviews
11 months ago
Have not laid it yet but Servce was first class
3 years ago
Fantastic, fast, professional service.
Amazing flooring for a fraction of the prices found elsewhere. I fitted it as a floating floor, very easy to lay once you have a row or two in and have a system going. I am a tradesman but not a skilled carpenter and would advise anyone with a good DIY skill set to give it a go. I chose the unfinished Oak because of its raw appeal, to keep that unfinished look I used Osmo raw oil in a matt finish which has had a very minimal effect to the coloration whilst protecting the floor from spills etc.