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 stunning floor finish but without the hassle? The Remy vinyl flooring range will be perfect for you. In addition to being visually great, it is also built to withstand the tests of the modern home. Remy is also both water and slip resistant. Not to mention, it comes with an amazing 0.35 wear and tear layer and is suitable for heavy domestic use. As such we have given this vinyl a ten year wear guarantee! Remy has a Tog rating of 0.35 and a total thickness of 2.6mm, great for allowing heat to flow through your home if you're thinking about underfloor heating! Remy is appropriate for use in any room other than the conservatory.
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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.