Oct 24, 2017 11:09 am
Doing a renovation and I'm unsure without lifting up the floating floors in the dinning room if these are hard wood. Picture on left is front lounge room( unsure what wood type???) and picture on right is the dinning room.
I'm concerned it may not be hardwood in the right picture??
House has been extended many times (back lounge has chip board style underneath carpet) the dinning room which is also an extension (Next to back lounge) which makes me nervous!
Any help would be great!
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