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3 months3 monthscarucaru posted:
Pronto Engineered Timber

Hi
Has anyone installed Pronto Engineered Timber by Preference Floor?
We got quoted 130 per sqm for supply and install
Is that a good price?
TIA

3 months3 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate or vinyl flooring?

Laminate these days are pretty good - get the good one that is water resistant.

3 months3 monthscarucaru posted:
Floor Tiling Imperfections

hi there - the tiler was probably right (concrete not being flat and old tiles are not perfectly square, especially the non rectified ones)
rectification job is normally harder than just…

3 months3 monthscarucaru posted:
Hybrid flooring warping

I m now really interested to hear more from AJC, perspective of a business owner.
To some extent i do agree that problem with flooring more often than not is due…

3 months3 monthscarucaru posted:
Hybrid flooring warping

I think it can be anything - product or installation issue.
From my perspective it’s irrelevant especially if 1\ we are ready to pay to get subfloor prepared 2\ we accept…

4 months4 monthscarucaru posted:
Hybrid flooring warping

I m in the same boat as you, deciding on which one to go with. My local shop suggested Hydro Plank by Terramatter (though he said I should go with…

4 months4 monthscarucaru posted:
Hybrid flooring warping

Good news! May i know which brand of hybrid your are going with? I m getting my laminate floor removed. Pretty much brand new and similar to you our laminate…

4 months4 monthscarucaru posted:
Resiplank Hybrid Flooring

interested too.
spec wise seems to be the best out there. 9mm thick with 0.7mm wear layer.

4 months4 monthscarucaru posted:
Hybrid flooring warping

any expansion gap?
are they going to do anything about it? if they are not - contact ATFA get an independent inspector.

6 months6 monthscarucaru posted:
Quick Step/Kronotex vs cheaper brands laminate flooring

Hi,
This is talking from experience.
One of the benefit to go with reputable manufacturer / supplier is the after sale service. I don't want to mention the brand - but this…

6 months6 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate Flooring - Expectation

Hi again - hope everyone is safe!
Need opinion here.
Long story short both manufacturer and shop have come to an agreement that the installation was not properly done and they…

7 months7 monthscarucaru posted:
How long do tiles last?

tiling - our house is 20 odd years old.
the original tiles were laid by a champ - very2x good
then we decided to renovate - the new tiler though - drummy…

7 months7 monthscarucaru posted:
Hybrid flooring or Tiles - Looking for low maintenance and l

hi there - i think when it comes to longevity and low maintenance - tile is the winner.
if you are planning to use 600x600 - my only advise is to…

7 months7 monthscarucaru posted:
Owner not paying money for job done

keen to know why the customer refused to pay in the first place..

7 months7 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate Flooring - Expectation

Another update: the floor guy sent by the manufacturer came to try fixing a few planks. His method was to drill a few holes in between the planks and injected…

8 months8 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate Flooring - Expectation

Thought its good to share some updates regarding the problem I am having with my laminate flooring; hope it might benefit others who experience the same problem.
The retailer organized the…

8 months8 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate Flooring - Expectation

Thanks again for all the feedback!
There is one last thing that I hope you guys have an answer for
I just confirmed our underlay is 2mm thick and good quality. Now…

8 months8 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate Flooring - Expectation

Thanks - yes the finish is great and cant fault it. It is the clicky sound that is bugging me (at certain spot).
I have been thinking if a thicker underlay…

8 months8 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate Flooring - Expectation

Yes i moat feedback I received mainly pointing to uneven and flatness of the subfloor. Installing over tiles didn’t help either.
Professional advise was 12mm laminate and thick and good underlay…

8 months8 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate Flooring - Expectation

Hi Simeon,
Thanks for the feedback. I was a bit skeptical about laminate at first (had terrible experience in my rental where it s totally vulnerable to water). My first…

8 months8 monthscarucaru posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Hi Michelle, I just posted a new thread about laminate flooring before I found this thread. I am keen to hear your feedback and opinion (copied and pasted from my…

8 months8 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate Flooring - Expectation

Hi All,
I just want to hear some feedback regarding laminate flooring
We just recently had laminate flooring installed over existing tiles. The finish is good very happy with it. Installation was…

8 months8 monthscarucaru posted:
Laminate flooring making "clicking" sound when walked on

I have the same experience, newly laid.
I think its pretty common especially if the subfloor is not flat..its annoying but not something that i cant live with
Are you still experiencing…

9 months9 monthscarucaru posted:
Tiling/Grouting Cracking in Bathroom in Newish Build

Hi there
There are no photos attached :)
For grout to fail that quickly seems to be odd, there are places where silicon is used instead of grout...because…

9 months9 monthscarucaru posted:
National Tiles & Metricon homes - Drummy Tiles

Hi there...i have the same experience where tiles around the house are drummy.
I agreed with the previous comment saying there is standard and there is good practice. Good contractor will…

10 months10 monthscarucaru posted:
Floor Tiling

Hi,
Thank you for the detailed response. I have also received feedback that levelling clip should not be used to force level the tiles if the slab isn’t level.
I have…

10 months10 monthscarucaru posted:
Laundry and Toilet Room Reno - advise

Hi All,
On the back of our disastrous renovation (drummy / lippage issues). We have decided to re do the renovation, starting from the laundry room and slowly the toilet…

11 months11 monthscarucaru posted:
Floor Tiling

Hi All, the tiling job is now done (actually it was completed about 2 or 3 weeks ago).
The result is quite decent although we have a few problems and…

1 year1 yearcarucaru posted:
Floor Tiling

My tiler reckoned we dont have to completely remove the adhesive he will grind the thick one but leave the rest.
He s sure its gonba be okay..
Cant argue back because…

1 year1 yearcarucaru posted:
Floor Tiling

Thanks, i ll see what the tiler says today. To get rid of all the adhesive seems impossible without a proper tool. And he s only by himself with me…

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