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paulie
5 March 2009
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Mar 05, 2009 12:40 am
personally id replace the skirtings all together. Alternatively id run scotia rather thann quad. scotia is real timber and some quads are mdf
personally id replace the skirtings all together. Alternatively id run scotia rather thann quad. scotia is real timber a...
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paulie
5 March 2009
7
Mar 05, 2009 12:37 am
just remember folks timber will either fade or darken over time. im still trying to figure out which species do what :?
just remember folks timber will either fade or darken over time. im still trying to figure out which species do what
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paulie
5 March 2009
3
Mar 05, 2009 12:34 am
probably wouldnt recoment laminate planks as laminate really is an mdf or hdf fibre with a photo of timber on top....water on laimnate will warp and expande like a mofo. probably suggest a vinyl, loose laid so when you want to change your flooring your not spending an entire weekend scraping the dir...
probably wouldnt recoment laminate planks as laminate really is an mdf or hdf fibre with a photo of timber on top....wat...
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paulie
5 March 2009
7
Mar 05, 2009 12:25 am
first picture looks like kempas in a 2 strip board second photo looks hot, i love timber with nice blond tones to it
first picture looks like kempas in a 2 strip board second photo looks hot, i love timber with nice blond tones to it
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paulie
5 March 2009
2
Mar 05, 2009 12:19 am
bamboo looks fantastic, however its a very soft material comparabe to most timber floorboards these days... you can get good bamboo but you'll be paying around the 180-200m2 mark. any cheaper and its not worth it in the long run there is an alternative, theres a multistrip enginerred timber floorboa...
bamboo looks fantastic, however its a very soft material comparabe to most timber floorboards these days... you can get ...
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paulie
5 March 2009
12
Mar 05, 2009 12:15 am
oh i forgot.... rubber and foam.... personal prefrence, rubber is great for stairs as it has allowance for movement (you usually drag nont step on stairs) however foam has a more consistent feel. they both are recycled products,,,, personal prefrence is definately rubber, but allllllllwayssss use a ...
oh i forgot.... rubber and foam.... personal prefrence, rubber is great for stairs as it has allowance for movement (you...
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paulie
5 March 2009
11
Mar 05, 2009 12:09 am
not too sure if anyone has covered this but wool being obviously a natural product its a great insulator... cool in summer and warm in winter, you cant get this in any synthetic carpet... Wool is also very fire retardant, drop an iron on a wool carpet and you may get a few burnt fibres... on a synth...
not too sure if anyone has covered this but wool being obviously a natural product its a great insulator... cool in summ...
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paulie
4 March 2009
3
Mar 04, 2009 11:57 pm
There great, Australia's Largest soft flooring and hard flooring industry out there. They use there own Bsa licenced layers so if there is a problem its not a S@it fight between the carpet company and the sub contractor, deal directly with the manafacturs from Australia, USA and malaysia. They get s...
There great, Australia's Largest soft flooring and hard flooring industry out there. They use there own Bsa licenced lay...
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