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laura_mitchell58Laura wrote:15 May 2017
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    Floor Monster
    5 years ago

    Hi Laura, thanks for your reply.

    The Lucerne Herringbone is a 18mm engineered, 90mm wide and 400mm long, so a very modern take on the traditional parquet style floor.

    As this in engineered the floor is designed to work best with Under Floor heating and as this has a 5mm of solid Oak top layer will make the floor very hard wearing and designed for use in all areas of the house as you can see from some of our customer's floor recently fitted.


    We will send the sample out today so all being well should be with you for tomorrow, if you have any other queries or we can help in any way please do not hesitate to let us know. Thanks Floor Monster

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    Floor Monster
    5 years ago

    Hi Laura,

    Just checking up to see if the sample had arrived safely ?

    If you have any other queries please do not hesitate to get in contact,

    Regards,

    Floor Monster

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