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GoodHome Lulea Natural Oak Solid wood flooring, 1.008m² Pack
- Suitable for Bedroom, hallway & living room
- Tongue & groove
- For use on Indoor hard
- Underlay type required: Cork underlay
- Not suitable for underfloor heating
- Lifetime guarantee
Features and benefits
These solid wood planks are made from one block of oak and will be the centerpiece of your home for years to come. The floor gains character as it ages and can be sanded when needed.
- The wood is protected with a matt finish oil which highlights the characteristic of the wood
- The planks are of varying lengths between 300 and 1200mm to give a more authentic look
|Surface finish||Slightly brushed|
|Edge profile||4 sided bevelled edge|
|Resistant to water||Not water resistant|
|Top layer thickness||5.9mm|
Philibob - 1 month ago
Laid myself 18 months ago. It’s all in the laying. Pop the skirts off. leave big expansion gaps everywhere. Check for knotty or damaged pieces before laying. Stagger the joints and randomise the plank lengths. Use oak door thresholds with big expansion gaps underneath. Go under not around the door frame. I used both specialist screws and glue. Seal with a quality wax. No issues and looks fab still.
Highly recommended- excellent quality floor
TiredNurse - 4 months ago
This is simply stunning- the novelty hasn’t worn off after two months. I literally find myself staring at the floor!! My partner installed this in our living room - he isn’t a professional but is experienced. Used nails and no glue and we’ve had no problems at all. There has been no movement/ expansion issues. He did it properly putting the skirting on after- unlike a previous reviewer.
VAM - 5 months ago
I was astounded to find that there was only 2 full boards in the pack. All the rest are bits and pieces.
JSPhomediyer - 10 months ago
Laid 26 packs of this over 2 days and it’s still perfect after 6 months. We did use a flooring nailer and did not bother with the glue, probably more successful this way compared to the glue method. Would definitely recommend if installing this way, can’t comment on glue method. We acclimatised for about 2 weeks, haven’t had any bowing/ warping or shrinkage
rickykk - 1 year ago
What a load of rubbish B&Q! Gave this time to acclimatise before laying, glued down and allowed gap but started swelling and lifting after a month!! now it is horrible to walk on, have tried re gluing still lifting horrendous, waste of money