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15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Different types of floorboards

Thanks for the tip Barnsey.
So how would you feel about having two types of floor boards in the house?
Duke,
Why the big difference in blackbutt prices?

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Different types of floorboards

After much consideration we have decided to floorboard our main living area (extension) after ripping tiles off.However, the existing floor in the house is mainly older floorboard ( light coloured…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Uneven Floor

The uneven floor is almost repaired so my focus now is on the type of carpet we get and more importantly the type of underlay we use.
I have managed to…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Uneven Floor

Three piers for $700........sounds Ok...?
I'd bring the house down, literally, if i had a crack myself.

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Uneven Floor

A 'ballpark' figure on underpinning...?

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Uneven Floor

Thanks Duke......
Only today upon closer inspection of the swaled floor from under the house ,it was found that the uneveness of the floor is not only a result of …

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Uneven Floor

Thanks Michelle,
I will look into that and have the carpet guy out for a quote and an opinion.
In my opinion it would take a thick underlay ...What is the thickest…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Uneven Floor

Thanks Jaypee. I knew that..........!! :lol:

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Uneven Floor

Thanks Dukekamaya.
Im assuming the yellow tongue is the glue...!?
The area is about 3o m2, covered with glue mainly where the partical board sheet meet, but a real nightmare to remove.…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Uneven Floor

Recently stripped tiles from the main living area . Have found the floor base to be chipboard material, not floorboards as expected.The area will eventually be carpeted but require…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Carpet over tiles

One section of the area seems to be on an incline.The incline is subtle but obvious to tradesman who have inspected the area for a quote. I dont know how…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Carpet over tiles

The area i am considering carpeting is not completely flat.Is it worth removing the tles first, -leveling and then laying the carpet?

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
General cost of laying tiles

Just read that this form of underlay contains a crystalline silica which is considered by some countries as cancer causing.....!!!This is a worry. They are recommending cutting this underlay outdoors...!
Think…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
General cost of laying tiles

Thanks for the advise guys.I have just today ripped out the existing tiles in the kitchen leaving the old floor boards. Does anyone know the approx cost of ceramic tile…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
General cost of laying tiles

Newhomebuilder, did that include the cost of tiles?

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
Carpet over tiles

I am in the same situation of considering carpeting over tiles in my lounge room.I've heard somewhere that it is better to remove the tiles.This is because over time…

15 years15 yearssehnaz1sehnaz1 posted:
General cost of laying tiles

Have two questions
1. Currently laying porceline tiles over a 19 m square kitchen. I have purchase tiles already. I only require a labourer or tiler to lay the tiles.What would…

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