Oct 06, 2018 10:22 pm
I'm after a little advice. Due to a connected insurance claim, we are replacing a large area of flooring. Hallway, living, kitchen. We would like to lay engineered timber for flooring. We would have engaged a licenced builder, but they have only completed a visual inspection for the insurance claim. Removing a duct from the hallway, I can see the layers of flooring.
Top layer is laminate, then black underlay, then tile, then concrete (?), then ???, then the particle board subfloor. The builder said that they could only remove the tiles if they sat on fibre cement sheeting. I am unable to tell if there is fibre cement sheeting between the particle board subfloor and the tiles.
Can anyone with experience help me out from the following photo?
Sign in or Join to reply to this Topic
jderikLaminate Flooring Vendor Suggestions in MelbourneLaminate Flooring Vendor Suggestions in Melbourne
Does anyone know of an affordable Laminate flooring vendor/installer who is affordable in Melbourne? I have checked a few such as Western Distributor, Carpert Court and…
traceyleeSABAL SHADE LAMINATE FLOORING FROM HYNESSABAL SHADE LAMINATE FLOORING FROM HYNES
Hi All Currently under construction with Boutique Homes just wondering has anyone chosen Sabal Shade laminate flooring & has any photos that they could post Thanks in advance
Novice21Mildew - subfloor ventilation or something else?Mildew - subfloor ventilation or something else?
Thank you. We used a company starting with R in Melbourne but they claimed that provided there is some kind of ventilation in the room (window) there is no building…
StructuralBIMGuySpace under the house, crawl floor or subfloorSpace under the house, crawl floor or subfloor
Hi Malini J Thanks for the photos Most old houses have building rubble beneath the floor boards as they didnt have rubbish skips back in those days. I wouldn't bother…