Wenning Luxury Vinyl Dark Grey 126mm x 5/0.3mm Herringbone LVT Flooring

Wenning Luxury Vinyl Dark Grey 126mm x 5/0.3mm Herringbone LVT Flooring

Wateringbury Luxury Vinyl Grey 182mm x 5/0.3mm LVT Flooring

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Whillan Luxury Vinyl Grey 126mm x 5/0.3mm Herringbone LVT Flooring

Product Code: WHILLAN

£42.48m² inc. VAT

£30.49

m² inc. VAT

46.86

£30.49㎡

inc. VAT
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WHILLAN

£42.48m² inc. VAT

£30.49

m² inc. VAT

Whillan Luxury Vinyl Grey 126mm x 5/0.3mm Herringbone LVT Flooring

Product Code: Whillan

Our high quality Whillan grey SPC herringbone LVT flooring embodies an incredible balance of durability and style. Whether you are wanting to achieve a contemporary design or a timeless appeal for your space, the combination of subtle grain patterns and textures magnifies the visual intricacies of this floor to devise a charming look for every interior.

The built for purpose 0.3mm wear layer provides reinforced stability to our Whillan LVT, making the veneer highly resistant to scratches and stains. This LVT flooring solution features a comfortable 5mm thickness design that withstands the demands of modern living; it also includes a 1mm foam backing beneath each board to provide padding and protection to the sub-floor. Laying the flooring in rooms heated with water based underfloor heating is not a problem. Each pack of our Whillan grey LVT flooring contains enough board to cover 1.537m².

Don’t forget to explore our accessories for those finishing touches to finalise and secure your Whillan LVT flooring.

Please note, this Herringbone LVT comes in A & B boxes, so when ordering, an equal number of packs need to be purchased in order to create the Herringbone pattern correctly. Each board is manufactured with a click system profile, so each board can simply be clicked together. Manufacturer’s recommendation is to tap the planks on the edge with a tapping block and rubber mallet to make sure they are clicked tightly together. This flooring comes with a built in underlay layer.

£42.48m² inc. VAT

£30.49

m² inc. VAT

More Information
SKU WHILLAN
Finish Textured
Veneer 0.3mm
Grade n/a
Thickness 5mm
Width 126mm
Width Category STANDARD (101mm-150mm)
Installation Service Click Lok System
Length 610mm
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