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5mm Sonic Gold – Acoustic UnderlayFrom: £21.99 Select options
7mm Professional Gold (7.5m2 Roll)£63.50 Add to basket
2mm Acoustic White Wood Underlay£10.99 Select options
3mm Silver – Acoustic Underlay£16.75 Select options
6mm Supreme Gold – Acoustic UnderlayFrom: £25.95 Select options
Arbiton Expert 3 in 1 Laminate / Wood Underlay£42.74 Add to basket
Arbiton Secura Smart 3 in 1 Laminate / Wood Underlay£17.74 Add to basket
Arbiton Thermo Underfloor Heating Laminate / Wood Underlay£33.74 Add to basket
Fibreboard 5mm or 7mm Laminate / Wood Underlay – 7m2 PacksFrom: £19.50 Select options
Cush n Wood Underlay£72.79 Add to basket
Excel 3mm Gold Foil & Rubber Underlay£34.99 Add to basket
Acoustic – AcuStick Underlay£23.26 Read more
3mm Barrier Plus Laminate / Wood Underlay£13.74 Add to basket
Duralay Heatflow Laminate / Wood Underlay£119.99 Add to basket
Can you put wood flooring down without underlay?
The simple answer is yes, it is possible to fit wooden flooring without an underlayment. However, if your subfloor is uneven or less sturdy, a wood underlay will provide extra padding underneath, making it even more comfortable to walk on.
Another reason why you should at least consider laying a wood underlay before fitting new flooring is that it will improve insulation – helping to retain heat within the room.
With a decent wood floor underlay in place, you can relax knowing that your gorgeous wooden flooring will look and feel great for years to come, no matter how much foot traffic it receives. That means you won’t have to replace your floors as often, which also saves you money in the long run.
What is the best wood underlay?
Whilst there are several different wood floor underlay options to choose from, knowing which is right for you can be an overwhelming task.
Fortunately, the team at British Flooring is always on hand to guide and advise you, to ensure you make an informed decision.
To determine the most suitable wood underlay for your floors, we suggest you start by considering the subfloor type – is it concrete or wooden?
Usually, wood floor underlay for concrete subfloors will have a built-in moisture barrier, whilst most timber subfloors don’t.
The next factor to bear in mind is the size of your room. The bigger your room is, the more wood underlay you’ll need. With that said, it’s worth looking closely at the price tag too.
To discuss your requirements in further detail with our experts, don’t hesitate to call 0203 325 9082.
How much does wood underlay cost?
The price you’ll pay for wood floor underlay can vary depending on numerous factors, such as the manufacturer, roll size, thickness and level of sound reduction.
As with most things, the larger the roll, the more you can expect to pay. Similarly, thicker underlays will provide more sound insulation and tend to come at a higher price than thinner products.
Starting from as little as £7.75, we pride ourselves on offering the best wood underlays at some of the most competitive prices around. This way, you can purchase top-quality products without spending a fortune whilst also improving how your flooring looks, feels and wears.
For a better idea of how much wood floor underlay will cost you, browse our range and identify the best product for your needs. Once you’ve found it, click on it and select the options that are most applicable for you – the price should then update.
How do you install wood underlay?
The great thing about installing wood floor underlay is that virtually anyone can do it – even if you’re no DIYer.
For the most part, all you need is a big enough roll to cover the entire floor and a pair of sharp scissors or a cutting knife to cut the underlay to size.
You’ll also need an adhesive to hold the underlay securely in place – either Royale’s Barrier Pro X Tape, to join the seams and prevent moisture, or a spray adhesive.
If you require assistance installing wood underlay, or you have any questions at all, you’re welcome to contact us. We’re always on hand to help and will happily guide and advise you.