Karndean’s exquisite floors can rejuvenate the look of any setting and property, providing the unique appeal of natural products, with a vast range of practical features. The wooden effect tiles are completely quiet underfoot, gorgeous antique ceramic tiles will never crack or chip, whilst complex mosaic patterns will feel soft and warm. Competitively priced and versatile, you can choose from a large selection of classic and modern designs, unique patterns and textures, to find the perfect floor to create a unique and personalised living space.
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Why choose Karndean?
To choose Karndean, first of all you have to love the look of natural hard wood or stone floor – whether you love simplicity or more sophisticated effects. There are hundreds of different styles, colours, tones, textures and decorative finishes to choose from.
Karndean offers all the attractions of wood and stone without any of the drawbacks of these materials. Karndean still needs care and attention, however maintenance and cleaning is minimal – just a quick mop with Karndean Clean. Our floors are also warmer underfoot and
Karndean copes beautifully with the rigours of busy commercial and retail environments, so it can handle the toughest domestic situation.
Designflooring is hardwearing, we offer a Lifetime guarantee on all of our products. In the unlikely event of damage, a Karndean Designflooring plank or tile can be replaced easily. This is a huge advantage over products supplied on a roll such as carpet, linoleum and sheet vinyl and click together floors such as laminate, as damage means a costly replacement of your whole floor.
Why choose LooseLay?
LooseLay keeps things simple on the fitting front but also brings variety in styles. Here are 7 reasons for choosing LooseLay for your home:
You don’t need any special equipment or adhesives. Karndean LooseLay uses K-wave friction grip backing to secure the planks or tiles to the floor beneath. All you need is a ruler, a Stanley knife and gloves and you can lay your own LooseLay on any hard, flat, smooth floor.
LooseLay planks can easily be removed individually, which means if you’re done with your LooseLay in one room, you can reuse it in another. It also means on the rare occasion that a plank is damaged, you can remove it without having to shift an entire row of planks, as is the case with click flooring.
Unlike hardwood floors and even engineered wood, LooseLay will not change shape or dimensions when exposed to moisture. This means changes in humidity are not a problem, so you don’t need to account for expansion or contraction when fitting your LooseLay.
Comfort and quiet
The thicker design of LooseLay makes it quiet, comfortable and warm under foot.
Easy to maintain
Like most luxury vinyl flooring, there is little upkeep with LooseLay. Just sweep, mop and you’re done. Its durable nature means you won’t need to carry out repairs often either.
Again, as with other luxury vinyl options, LooseLay is dust-free, making it a more hygienic option than carpet.
Styles to suit
The different styles available, from providers such as Karndean, makes LooseLay a versatile option for use in any room, be it a bedroom or living room, kitchen or bathroom. Karndean supplies LooseLay in a range of colours and tones, from greys to reds, as well as in a variety of effects, including oak, pine and fabric.
How do you fit LooseLay?
LooseLay is easy to fit if you follow these instructions:
Step 1: always acclimatise
Remove your LooseLay from its packaging and leave it in the room where it will be installed for 48 hours. You can stack it but make sure it lies flat. Keep the room temperature between 18°C and 29°C.
Step 2: prep the floor
The floor you are laying your LooseLay on should be hard, smooth, level and dry. Remove any dust, dirt, oil or other grime.
Step 3: check the edges
Inspect the edges of the room to make sure they are solid and any openings, such as doorways, are edged with an appropriate tackifier.
Step 4: install
Install your LooseLay with a tight fit. This means each tile or plank should lie flush with each other and against the walls.
If the floor you are installing your LooseLay on is longer than 4 metres there is an extra step to follow before laying down your tiles or planks. You will need to place a strip of tackifier along the entire perimeter of the floor, as well as every 4 metres from each perimeter wall to create a grid.