Please select a colour first and then a room size below for an estimate of material cost only.
Please note that any costs provided on this website are intended to be a guide only. For carpet and flooring, these are based on preset room sizes and do not include underlay, installation or freight.
For an accurate quote, please contact your local store.
AFS Residential Warranties for Laminate Products apply only in Australia and in respect of AFS laminate products purchased after 1 July 2018. The warranties also apply to the original purchaser of the floor or in the case of a builder or developer the owner of the residential home 6 months after purchase of the floor. Lastly, these warranties also apply to floors installed in accordance with AFS’s installation instructions set out in this brochure.
Click here to download further details on your FS Kronotex Laminate Floor warranty. These details can be found on pages 4-7.
Your new AFS Kronotex Laminate Floor has been designed with low maintenance in mind. With a little routine care and regular maintenance, it is easy to look after your AFS Kronotex Laminate Floor.
Regularly remove any loose dirt or grit which could damage the floor by sweeping with a soft dry broom or vacuum. Mop the floor using water a damp mop and a non-abrasive soap-free cleaner to remove any footprints, dirt and other stains or marks. As required – any stains or spillages should be cleaned up immediately using a clean white cloth.
Click here to download the full guide for caring for your AFS Kronotex Laminate Floor.
What is herringbone flooring?
Herringbone flooring is a distinct style of flooring which creates a zigzag, geometric effect often referred to as parquetry. The original parquet style has French origins. The word translates to ‘small compartment’ reflecting the classic placement of small rectangular tiles or pieces in right-angled rows.
Herringbone flooring can be constructed from different materials such as timber, vinyl or ceramics. Historically, it has been manufactured from timber pieces which vary in colour and grain creating the unique, patterned effect. Woods such as oak, walnut, cherry and mahogany have been popular choices over the years.
Carpet Court’s Herringbone product provides a beautiful design reflecting the classic herringbone look with laminate planks which click and lock together to ‘float’ above the subfloor.
How to install herringbone flooring?
While herringbone flooring can be installed as a DIY project, it may be best left to the professionals. It requires precision and involves laminate pieces laid an underlay, then onto the subfloor in the herringbone pattern. To get a perfect finish, the subfloor needs to be in good condition and completely level. Unlike traditional timber herringbone, the Herringbone collection is installed by working from the centre of the room (stringline) to find your starting point, then setting a number of templates at the end of the room in a triangle shape, then simply placing the boards together from one side to the other.
If you intend to lay a Herringbone floor and you want a perfect finish, either engage an installer or seek detailed, step-by-step instructions before commencing installation yourself.
How much to install herringbone flooring?
Our stunning Herringbone collection in a wide range of oak shades reflect a variety of natural woodgrains and one concrete finish.
In order to obtain an indication of what the product might cost minus installation, you can use our handy online estimator tool simply by selecting the colour of the Herringbone flooring you like best, and selecting an approximate room size from small, medium or large. A price indicator for the parquet floors will then come up on the screen.
To include the installation costs and obtain an exact figure, it is best to contact us so we can provide you with a free, in-home measure and quote. Either click online or find your locally-owned and operated Carpet Court store using our handy store locator and call in to the showroom to discuss. Another simple way to arrange a free in-home measure and quote is to call us on 1300 CARPET.
Where to find herringbone flooring?
As Australia’s largest flooring retailer with over 210 locally owned and operated stores right around the country, you can find the best herringbone flooring at your nearest Carpet Court store.
Within our Herringbone collection there is a wide range of shades to suit a variety of home decors.
Speak with the friendly team at your local Carpet Court store to see what herringbone flooring options in different styles and colours are available to create a stylish base for your home’s interior décor.