Quick-Step Creo Tennessee Oak Natural CR3180
- 16m2+ £11.49
- 31m2+ £10.99
- 100m2+ £10.49
Quick-Step Creo Tennessee Oak Natural CR3180 Details...
The sensational Quick-Step Creo Tennessee Oak Natural CR3180 helps to create a streamlined, sophisticated look thanks to its bevel-less planks. Constructed with durability and affordability in mind, this tough floor is suitable for most rooms in the home. Featuring a natural wood effect, you’ll find this floor really easy to maintain. It even comes with a great 20-year guarantee to ensure you’re receiving great value for money.
The individual packs of the Quick-Step Creo range cover an area up to 1.824 square metres. The planks measure 1200mm long, 190mm wide and 7mm thick. Graded AC4, you can also use this floor safely in moderate commercial settings.
Durability is a key feature of this floor. It comes with Quick-Step’s unique Scratchguard technology. This protects the surface against micro scratches as well as general wear and tear. It’s said to protect against micro scratches 10 times more effectively than its competitors.
You can install the Quick-Step Creo Tennessee Oak Natural CR3180 with underfloor heating, enhancing its comfort in colder weather. It’s best to check your system is compatible prior to installation. If it isn’t, or if you don’t install it correctly, the warranty will become void.
This excellent laminate floor has also been designed with eco-friendliness in mind. Quick-Step’s laminate floors were the first to receive the prestigious EU Ecolabel, highlighting the care that has been taken to produce environmentally friendly flooring. So, if you care about your impact on the environment, choosing this floor will put your mind at ease.
It’s worth noting that this laminate isn’t water resistant. Therefore, you should avoid installing it in high-moisture environments.
Quick-Step Creo Tennessee Oak Natural CR3180 Maintenance
The Quick-Step Creo Tennessee Oak Natural CR3180 is extremely easy to install thanks to its click system. Using Quick-Step’s patented Uniclic system, the planks simply click and lock into place. Minimal effort is required and there’s no glue or nails to worry about. This system has become the standard click-system used in today’s flooring.
Maintenance wise, you’ll want to avoid mopping the floor as it isn’t water-resistant. Instead, use a lightly damped cloth, or a dry mop. If you find the floor starts to lose its shine or if dirt builds up, you can use a mixture of vinegar and water to bring back its sparkling new appearance. Besides this, the floor simply needs a quick sweep or hoover daily to keep it dirt and debris free.
When you buy the Quick-Step Creo Tennessee Oak Natural CR3180, you’ll be making a great investment into the home or business. With it’s outstanding 25-year guarantee, this floor is as durable as it is beautiful. Browse the full range today to compare the different designs and choose the best one to match your preferences.
Click fit laminate is a popular choice amongst DIY enthusiasts. Designed to simply lock together, this style of installation is the easiest and fastest method. So, if you’re looking to install your new floor by yourself, click flooring is the best option.
Each click laminate floor will come with its own unique installation guidelines. However, to show you just how easy it is, here you’ll discover a general overview of how click fit laminate should be installed.
Don’t forget to acclimatise the floor
Before you install laminate flooring, it’s going to need to be acclimatised. This means, leaving it in the room it will be installed for a set period of time. The manufacturer will provide instructions on how long the floor needs to be acclimatised but typically it’s around 24-48 hours. The flooring should be left in its pack unopened and stacked on top of each other.
Preparing for installation
As the laminate is being acclimatised, you’ll want to start preparing the subfloor for installation. Make sure the subfloor you’re using doesn’t have excessive levels of moisture. It should also be completely flat and smooth so any holes will need to be filled.
Check to see whether any door jambs need to be trimmed to install the flooring. You’ll also want to use a good quality underlay underneath to provide a stable base for the laminate. Foam underlay tends to be the best option, although it might not be needed if the subfloor is flat and consistently dry. It’s important to note that click fit laminate cannot be installed over joists, the base needs to be solid and flat.
How to install using the click method
When you’re ready to install click laminate, you’ll find it’s an exceptionally easy process. Here you’ll discover a brief step-by-step guide to help…
Step 1: Lay out the planks to see which way you want to install them. You don’t want to lay out the entire floor here, just a few rows to see how it will look. Click the boards together gently, but don’t lock them.
Step 2: Begin installing the floor in the left-hand corner of the room. Remember to leave an appropriate expansion gap as laminate can still expand and contract. Ensure the shorter groove of the plank is against the wall.
Step 3: Place the next plank in the first row, positioning it at an angle as you slot the edge into the first plank. Push it downwards and you’ll hear a click as the planks slot together. Continue installing the rest of the first row using this method.
Step 4: If required, trim the last plank to ensure it fits correctly. It’s best to use a saw and measure the line to be cut with a straight edge. Remember to cut enough of the plank to account for the expansion gap.
Step 5: Start installing the second row, placing the plank in the same position as the first row. Place the plank at an angle and insert it into the groove of the plank in the first row. Make sure there aren’t any gaps between the seams.
Step 6: Continue installing the remaining rows exactly how you did with the first and second. You should find the click fit system speeds up the process. Once finished, remove spacers from the expansion gaps and cover them with moulding or a complementary threshold.
As the planks easily slot together, you should find the above installation guide a breeze. However, remember to always follow manufacturer specific installation instructions for the best possible fit.
As you can see, installing the Quick-Step Creo Tennessee Oak Natural CR3180 is a straightforward process thanks to it’s click fit system. However, if you have any questions or need help installing the floor, you can give our expert friendly team a call. They’ll be happy to talk you through the process.
Important: We highly recommend contacting the manufacturer of the floor to receive an official installation guide. Failure to follow manufacturer guidelines could void the warranty.
Our Frequently Asked Questions
- Unfortunately not unless you have just ordered some flooring and decide to add an additional box / number of boxes to your order to be sent out with your existing order. If this is the case, please quote your existing order ID in a message and send it via email or the contact form on the "Contact Us" page.
- We provide stripping and adhesive in the accessories section.
- Sorry but no.
- Installing solid floors in water-prone areas causes them to swell. Consider pre-finished solid wood floors, which come with a waterproof surface.
- Lifestyle Flooring UK offer solid wood floors reinforced with multiple layers of protective coating. Therefore, our floors are extremely resistant to scratches and chipping.
- Squeaks are caused due to a wobbly sub-floor. Solid wood flooring must be installed on an even and intact subfloor to prevent squeaks.
- Yes, leave a gap of 10mm at the minimum, to accommodate expansions. A decorative bead board or skirting board can serve as a good cover for the gap.
- Lifestyle Flooring UK recommends an acclimation period of 5 days. This ensures that the solid wood is in a perfect condition for installation.
- A solid wood floor can be sanded and refinished several times, which makes the floor look new. The floor doesn't need sanding for the initial 10 to 15 years though.
- Standard engineered wood floors are not recommended for bathrooms as too much contact with water causes them to swell. Pre-finished types are preferable as they feature a water-resistant surface.
- Floors from Lifestyle Flooring UK come with multiple protective coatings, which makes them highly scratchproof.
- Squeaks occur when a floor is installed on an uneven subfloor. Correct installation will not produce squeaks.
- Yes, a gap of a minimum 10mm is required.
- Allow the floor to stay for a minimum of 36hrs in the room of installation for acclimation.
- Engineered floors can be sanded multiple times to retain their new look. They will not, however need sanding for 10 to 15 years immediately after installation.
- Yes. But, laminate floors are water resistant only to a certain extent. So, remove excess water at the earliest.
- Install the floors on even subfloors to prevent such noises.
- Laminate floors are not made of natural products however we recommended a minimum expansion gap of 1/4 inch.