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.
Looking for the gorgeous look of wood in your home but worried about the stress of natural wood? Kiri Gainsboro Oak is exactly what you’re looking for. This Luxury Vinyl tile product inspired by the natural wood look combines durability with style. Run your hands along the grooves of this stunning smooth flooring option, and you’ll be thinking its wood thanks to it being embossed. However, why we are so crazy about LVT and Kiri Gainsboro Oak is that, despite it looking and feeling like wood, it is built to withstand and shine in a modern home far better. Gainsboro Oak comes with an incredible twenty year wear guarantee and is both water resistant and slip resistant, making it incredibly easy to clean and suitable even for contract use. Furthermore, this LVT range is suitable for use throughout the modern home and has a Tog Rating of 0.1, great if you’re thinking about underfloor heating. It is also comes with UV resistance.
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