Apr 17, 2008 10:31 pm
We are thinking of replacing our carpets with floating floor boards, we have an area of about 52sqm and we are on a slab. I didn't realise it could be so confusing , but I think we have established that Australian would be the more superior product, so we are looking at Boral Silkwood in Sydney Blue Gum. Does anyone have any reviews on this product. We were also looking at Interloc and Readyflor, but from what I can make out these are not are good as Boral, would that be right?
Price is a bit of an issue also although from reading through a few threads on here it seems if you go wholesale it is cheaper, we are in Melbourne (north), where would we be able to buy wholesale? Is there anyone who installs them that anyone can recommend?
A lot of questions.....I know, but if you don't ask, you will never know!
Looking forward to reading all your reviews.
Re: floating floors....help!2
Apr 18, 2008 9:03 pm
I’ve heard Boral is good.
I haven’t had anything to do with the flooring as yet. I did sell Readyflor when I worked for Carpet Court, and everyone seemed to be happy with that product.
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