Jun 18, 2014 6:12 pm
Just a query for those who have had floating floors installed, how long did the process take when using an installer? ie: through the flooring company?
Last build we went DIY and of course took a few days as not keen to move in straight away and could take time getting it done, amongst other things!
This time we are getting it done via Choices Flooring and they'll do our carpets at the same time.
We have approx 110sqm of floating floors to do through hallways, living areas and the study.
I have no idea how long it takes a professional to do it normally and was keen to hear of the timeframes people have experienced.
Re: Floating Floor installation times?2
Jun 18, 2014 9:58 pm
Just done my new build (roughly 250sqm) and that took 3 full days for an installer and his wife. 110sqm shouldn't take more than 2 days, or one if you have enough people working on it.
Re: Floating Floor installation times?3
Jun 19, 2014 9:44 am
I was hoping it would be around the 2 day mark.
Re: Floating Floor installation times?4
Jun 19, 2014 1:14 pm
2 days for me, also. Family/kitchen/meals, plus a long wide hallway and a small return to the laundry and powder room. Includes inside of pantry, as well. 2 blokes.
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