Sep 10, 2018 10:05 pm
Has anyone done this ? I'm interested in hearing experiences.
I have approx 40sqm of old school quarry tiles that are laid straight onto a concrete subfloor. I'd like to try and save some money and possible damage to sub floor by laying timber flooring straight over them. Not sure if solid timber would work (would require some kind of underlay.
I'm also aware the height of the floors would rise, needing attention to doors/floor transition etc.
Thanks in advance
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