The classic Herringbone design can be traced back to the Romans who used the design in the construction of roads to add strength. The pattern became know as Herring - Bone as it resembles the out line of a fish skeleton. The Renaissance periods between the 14th and 17th centuries saw the design being used in many aspects of architectural design including flooring.
Traditional real wood Herringbone has long been a desirable choice to add a touch of class to any room or entrance hallway. Laminate manufacturing expertise has now been developed to bring you a high quality affordable alternative.
Note: Floors must be perfectly level before installing laminate Herringbone. Any variation in floor levels must be corrected prior to installation.
Please note; when installing this item you will be required to glue all joints with PVA glue. Each board needs to be glued on two sides, the short and long side. This is to ensure optimum performance of the board across all conditions. Do not install boards unless the joints are glued.