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 a top of the range Luxury Vinyl Tile in a stunning real wood finish? There is no need to look any further then Maldives Nilande Oak. Simply run your hands over the finish of Maldives Nilande Oak, and you will be able to feel its superior quality thanks to it being registered embossed. This LVT is the closest you will get to the look of real wood, whilst retaining the fantastic durable qualities that come with Luxury Vinyl Tile. You’ll easily forget that this an LVT and is UV resistant, slip resistant and water resistant giving it an incredible 20 year wear guarantee. Maldives Nilande Oak keeps getting better when you hear that it is suitable for use throughout the home and even suitable for contract use. Benefitting from a Tog rating of 0.1, this is a sure bet when choosing Luxury Vinyl Tile. We are sure you will be Tapi.
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