Homebase Vinyl Tiles Range Reviews
Description:Choose from a variety of colours and textures.
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Customer Homebase Vinyl Tiles Range Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/07/11 (Very useful, 153 readings)
Some time ago, I noticed water coming through my kitchen ceiling. I called the council, and (after ripping up my bathroom floor tiles) they discovered a leaking pipe. The pipe was quickly fixed, but my bathroom floor was a total mess, with bits of ripped up vinyl everywhere. The tiles that had previously been down were self adhesive tiles purchased from the pound shop - and they'd done the job for seven years, even though they had been applied over cracked, worn, and uneven bare floorboards . So, I decided to go for self-adhesive tiles again, and popped down to my local Homebase . They actually do a fair range of self adhesive vinyl floor tiles, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 171 readings)
Vinyl tiles are sticky-backed and come in a size of about 30x30cm each. They come in a variety of colours and designs and come in packs of between 6 to 12. A metre square would cost, on average, £8, but you can pay more or less than that depending on which tile you choose. I bought a wood-look tile from Homebase and laid it on my bathroom floor. A had been advised before laying that they are not good for bathrooms because if they get wet underneath then they can come unstuck. My tiles have been laid for several months now and there is no sign of them coming unstuck so I have been very pleased with the result so far. If you are laying the tiles on floorboards ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/07 (Very useful, 337 readings)
With the loft conversion finally finished, it was time to do something with the bathroom floor. Since it's a bathroom, we didn't consider a carpet and began to look for floor tiles, these being my flooring of choice for bathrooms. However, whilst on a merry little jaunt round Homebase, we came upon these and decided that they would be a viable option, one of the main plus points being that they did feel slightly warmer than tiles, and certainly looked as though they would be easier to lay. **Price and availability** Depending on the tiles chosen, they cost about £5.99, for 6 tiles, these were cheaper than many of the tiles we had looked ... Read the complete review
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