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LVT Wood Plastic Composite - Rome Grey
High Quality - Durable - Affordable
- Dimensions: 6.5mm thick x 178mm wide x 1217mm long.
- Shade: Mid grey with white oak grain
- Bevel: Small bevel on all 4 edges of board.
- Installation: Click joint system.
- Underfloor heating: Suitable.
- Wear Layer: 0.5mm.
- Water Resistant
- Underlay: Built in 1mm accoustic underlay
- Boxes Contain: 2.166 sq mtrs.
from £22.99 + VAT per m2
0-49m2 = £24.99 + VAT (£40.00 + VAT delivery)
50-99m2 = £24.99 + VAT inc delivery
100m2 + = £22.99 + VAT inc delivery
We very rarely get beaten on price. Discounts are available on large quantity orders. Always call for the best price we can offer you.
Call 01598 740197 for more information or to place an order.
Our Wood Plastic Composite flooring is a fantastic choice if you’re looking for a floor that’s affordable, beautiful and extremely practical. A quality WPC floor such as this replicates the beauty of a real wooden floor whilst at a fraction of the price.
The Rome Grey WPC is a beautiful grey with white grain patterning, well suited to a contemporary interior. The surface of the boards have a slight texture, gorgeous oak grain patterning and 4 sided bevelled edges all of which help to replicate that of a real oak floor.
The planks are 178mm wide x 6.5mm thick x 1217mm long. Incorporated within the 6.5mm thick planks there is a built in 1mm thick underlay. The combination of overall thickness of board and acoustic underlay produce a floor that feels solid, cushioned and quite underfoot.
This high spec Vinyl floorboard is an incredibly practical choice of floor. It’s easy to clean, waterproof, stain resistant, slip resistant, exceedingly durable and suitable to be used over an underfloor heating system. Whether you’re looking for a floor for your working environment, kitchen, bathroom or bust family home, the JFJ Wood Plastic flooring has you covered.
Our WPC range is supplied with a well machined ‘click-lock’ system that is very easy to install without the need for any additional nails, screws or glue. The boards can simply be ‘clicked’ together for installation and easily removed from one another if necessary.