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Ferdinand

Uniclic Vinyl Floor Tiles

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I just received 'Livyn' Vinyl Tile samples from Quickstep Uniclic.

 

They seem *really* tough. 4.5mm vinyl with uniclic joints. Look to be a good option if you need a thin but hardwearing floor.

 

Prices are just a bit large, mind - from about £30+ per sqm.

 

Left to right: Chestnut, Slate, Travertine.

 

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The laminate uniclic can be relaid a couple of times without undue damage. This should be reusable more times. Worth a look,


Ferdinand

 

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looked at this or similar in B&Q a while back and was quite impressed.

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19 hours ago, daiking said:

I've used a similar Polyflor product http://www.polyflor.com/jh/products.nsf/products!open&prodcode=CamaroLocPU in grey flagstone. Seem alright and I think it was closer to £25/sq. m

 

 

I have ordered samples for comparison.

 

For me the USP of Quickstep products has been that Uniclic is the only floating system I have ever seen that really works, but Polyflor have excellent products in other sectors eg wetroom and changing liners.

 

Since Polyflor are owned by a UK company company James Halstead plc, and manufacture in the North-West (HQ in Oldham, I think), I would switch to them immediately were there an equivalent, equally good product available.


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@Ferdinand I've been looking around for the uniclic and Floorbay seems to be pretty cheap, most comes out at £23 excluding vat.

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