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.
If quality is what you’re after, then our Swiss made Valais St Moritz will be perfect for you. With a thickness of 12 mm, this laminate takes its inspiration from real oak designs. Run your hands along the surface of St Moritz and its quality is immediately apparent. This is thanks to it being registered embossed and having bevelled edges. In addition to being manufactured to a high visual and feel standard, it has also been constructed to stand the test of the modern home. It has a Tog rating of 0.89 and is UV resistant, meaning not only is it great for underfloor heating but it also can stand the test of sunlight. This laminate is deemed as appropriate for use throughout the modern home, except for the conservatory and is appropriate for heavy domestic and even commercial use. It’s no surprise then that we have given Zermatt a 25 year guarantee. We have no doubt you will continue to be Tapi for many years to come.
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