Re: New wooden floors and removalists22
Aug 23, 2008 9:24 pm
Next door neighbour bought the house some years back. Had the timber floors all sanded, refinished and sealed. Let it cure for two weeks before moving in. The removalists carelessly scraped something and made a metre long scratch in the floor. It couldn't be repaired. The floor had to be done all over again at the removalists cost.
It pays to be careful, and (not just with floors) be sure to let them know that you expect every care taken, and will hold them responsible for any damage.
Re: New wooden floors and removalists23
Aug 27, 2008 8:26 am
they always say dont put rugs down for weeks on a new timber floor
why is that? what could happen? why not *concerned look*
is it better to protect the floors on moving in furniture with a soft runner of upside down carpet say than not put it down for that purpose? *worries*
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