Flooring & Floor Covering
Sanding/Polishing floor boards
And make sure you pull down and store any soft furnishings, curtains etc that might soak up the smell. It's *very* strong for a week and anything left out will get…
Wooden floors in the kitchen
And hey, I never said to put carpet in there!
Now I've got a bloody crook neck from looking sideways at your floor-plan. Maybe AussieBell…
Teenagers, substance abuse & carpet!!!!
Haha, they say dogs look like their owners
Actually that is the real me in the photo, holding her.
Only 5 weeks old, will be fully weaned and ready to collect in 1…
Jan 13, 2008 11:04 pm
Pets, claws and flooring choices
Cork with a good polyurethane is another option. It is softer & more resilient than timber, but with many of timber's qualities.
Warning on Flooring
While working for Carpet Court we never went ahead with final payment without ringing the customer first to give them option to come in and use their card or give us the…
I just mentioned cork flooring to my husband & he screwed up his face & furrowed his brows...i think i'll have to show him Ash's pics to…
Name that finish
Seems you were right, thanks!
The patching I've done isn't finished yet, but…
Timber floating boards in Kitchen
I did my kitchen with 1000mm high benchtops which apparently is becoming more popular over the traditional 900mm - washing up is so much better not having…
Choosing our bathroom colours was the hardest It was a fun day and amazingly we prefered a lot of their standard range rather than the…
carpet laying costs
A very rough figure would be around $700-750 (about $30 per lineal metre).
In many cases, if you are buying new carpet, they will give you a quote based on your…
Builder laying flooring?
Sorry perhaps I should have been more clear Cookie I can't ask the builder as we dont have a builder as yet, we are only looking around and I am…
What Carpet should we choose?
Gotta question if a timber floor is best in a billiard room? Noise factor, and possible dents to timber from flying billiard balls?
I think from what I'm hearing…
I've had 2 different companies in to give me quotes on timber laminate floor boards and carpet but they've both come back with different measurements. 1 was a lot…
Wool loop carpet
OK. I'll see how quote comes up & go from there.
Once again thanks for all your help.
Terrazzo tiles don't quite have the same qualities of an installed terrazzo floor.
Older 'classic' terrazzo has a cementitious base that is polished, whilst later…
Wood over tiles
Do you have any idea about the price of the flooring??
And what exactly is a "a moisture barrirer?
Crocking rugs from IKEA
Unfortunate but not surprising if the rug is bright red and has no backing!! I guess they're not designed to be placed on…
What flooring should I have??
Main question here is how long do you realistically think you will live with the floorcoverings you choose. Some folk build on a limited budget, and fit basic…
Just what I need…to see the colours!
It’s unfortunately, something I have not bothered to get into…..timber and colours.
Timber floor hardness
Ive seen some middle range quality laminate that looks ... simply put dreadful after 5 or so years. Plus it can't be sanded back.
If you are planning on getting wood…
Laminate v Vinyl - which is least smelly?
After working with both these products I think the Laminate would be stronger and hang longer.
But what Ash said is a good idea, although when you order your vinyl, it…
You get near the same amount of colour variation in an ironbark floor unless you go with a select grade
* Floor Company
I have to add here, the large franchise companies like, Carpet Court, Carpet Choice and the rest, aren’t all as bad as each other. Some are good, some are bad, it…
Floating Floor on Stairs
I'm hoping to get floating flooring done on my stairs and someone said to me that I need to be careful its not a tripping hazard if the stairs…
Apr 01, 2008 5:18 pm
Looking at that site I'm thinking
Bedrooms/Upstairs living - Nylon/Wool blend in either Cut Pile twist or Cut PIle Plush
Builder mark up with flooring
I to am going to build with PD but the dilemma i have is that if i get my own tiler, i still need to use PD for the wet areas and i want to put the same tiles…
Another one bites the dust!
Things have been tough all round in the building industry!
Brintons carpets are one of the best you will buy, but also one of the most expensive!
I have hard time…
Filling gaps in floorboards
We had the same prob, and there are 3 DIY appoaches you can take.
First method is to remove the skirting boards & refit them down lower, against the floor. This has 3…
Timber flooring - fading, cracking etc
We initially considered hydronic heating and several people told us to avoid wooden floors ... not only the wood but the surface polish can be affected by changes to floor…