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13 d13 dMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

All I know is, we use a heat gun to soften the glue and lift the planks.
I guess once you get them up you could try a scraper.

27 d27 dMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Check out my new 2mm vinyl plank from Karndean recently installed in my laundry!

1 month1 monthMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Good morning,
Oaks are the way to go if you are concerned about scratching of timber floors.
They hide the scratches much better than an Australian timber. Don't do a dark floor,…

1 month1 monthMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Good morning, yes, this one has been the question of installers for years.
We have only just last year made our installers do the vacuuming when they have finished. Many…

2 months2 monthsMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Hi, sorry, I'm currently on 3 weeks holidays and about to pull my office apart for new flooring.
Preference Laminate 12mm is a good flooring. It really just depends what…

3 months3 monthsMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

I haven't had anyone tell me their Hybrid flooring is moving and making noises, its extremely ridged. Any flooring with a locking system needs to have a fairly level sub…

3 months3 monthsMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

I haven't had anyone tell me their Hybrid flooring is moving and making noises, its extremely ridged. Any flooring with a locking system needs to have a fairly level sub…

3 months3 monthsMichelleMichelle posted:
Suggestions/Advice -Render Colour

Stepney will be the way to go :)

3 months3 monthsMichelleMichelle posted:
Facade Help

I like 4 as well, it looks more balanced.

3 months3 monthsMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Hi all, so while I'm here tonight does anyone have a flooring question?
I don't sell floor tiles but all other flooring.
Have you all seen the new Hybrids?

I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?
3 months3 monthsMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Personly, I would go with option 1.
The thicker the tile the better I would think.
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I sell everything except tiles, all other floorings.
But again if it were me…

3 months3 monthsMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

So guess you're sorted desaisnewBuild?

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Oaks are a bit softer than Australian timbers. I don't know the Hurtford range but 2mm is quite thin. I personally would have chosen a thicker wear layer.
Have a…

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

I'm a bit of a fan of Preference.... :)

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

Hi,
I seriously wouldn't give too much thought to what's in date or not, tomorrow it will be out but in a few years it will be back again. Do what…

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

Hi, yes Natural white should work.
Always do your timber trims hand rails anything you touch, in a full gloss. :)

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1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

Hi,
I'd try Dulux Vivid White. Lexicon throws a blue.
See how you go, get a sample pot first.
Michelle :)

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

I actually don't know these carpets. We may have them under a different name.
But with my experience the dearest ones hold more fibre, which means they are denser.…

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

Grey base

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

Yes, Stoney Creek will work

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

There is a Thunder storm over my place so I will be turning my computer off now.
See you all tomorrow night.

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

we have tried colourbond colours against a single brick and think monument, gully, woodland grey and dune are the best matches. we are thinking monument for roof, gutters and fascia.…

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

I'll be back in tomorrow night if I can so sorry, back to work and very busy.

Colour questions?
1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Hi Houselog,
That's a tricky question. Herringbone/Chevron is more expensive to install than other timbers due to the extra work involved. Also because I live on the south Coast we a…

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Hi Winnieshome,
I can well imagine how confused you must be, it is becoming very overwhelming with all the flooring out there.
Both floors are very resilient, hardwearing and most of…

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

Can you post a photo of your elevation? Thanks.

1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

My pleasure! Have fun, enjoy your build. :)

Colour questions?
1 year1 yearMichelleMichelle posted:
Colour questions?

Yes this will work....its not a solid colour.

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