*Please note: room pricing examples are for guide purposes only. Price includes doorbar, underlay and recommended beading. Cost does not include fitting, delivery and care, and is based on a £8.99 doorbar, appropriate underlay and beading
The below price will only calculate the current discounted sale price. For a more accurate price, please visit us in store.
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Underlay & Accessories
* Area used in calculation may be different due to carpet widths available. Underlay/accessory prices are for guide purposes only and will differ in store. Prices are for example purposes only.
Minimum credit of £500 required.
Tapi Carpets & Floors can offer interest free options from Hitachi Personal Finance on selected purchases £500 or over. You can choose to spread your payments across 12, 24, 36 or 48 month interest free instalments. This does not include the cost of fitting as this work is completed by third parties.
Revitalise your living sace with the Falco Vigo Oak laminate flooring collection from Tapi Carpets & Floors. This beautiful light brown laminate floor is a fantastic way to modernise your living space, with its 4 bevelled edging and registered embossed finish - giving a real wood look and feel with realistic grooves and detailing. Falco has a thickness of 8mm and is slip resistant, making it a practical addition to areas such as the hallway or dining room. The 0.54 tog rating means this laminate can be used with underfloor heating.
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Tape measures at the ready! Our helpful guide will teach you how to measure your room like a pro.
Available in a range of thicknesses and designs, vinyl offers comfort underfoot as well as a bit of personality for your floor!
With luxury vinyl tiles (aka LVT), you can have the realistic look and feel of a wooden or stone floor plus all the practical features needed for a busy modern home. Interested?
How can you tell a good subfloor from a bad one? Find out how to prepare your subfloor for your new flooring (with a little help from us!).
Originally created as a cheaper alternative to real wood, laminate is now one of the most popular flooring types because it’s very durable and easy to fit.