Feb 02, 2019 6:35 pm
I know this issue has been talked about in the forum quite a bit but I haven’t got one answer as to if we can have laminate floors without scotia or not?
It’s a new build and I have 2 questions.
1- if the flooring goes up to the wall and the skirting/trims sits on top of floors, will that be enough expansion space for the floors?
And if the slab is not smooth, how will vertical gaps between floor and skirting be filled?
2 - what needs to be done for island waterfall edges?
I do not want scotia there but is it safe to have waterfalls on top of flooring? Someone said it might crack the island stone if the floor expands?
Would really appreciate some solutions please . Really worried.
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TaniaimranKitchen waterfall edges without scotia - laminate floorsKitchen waterfall edges without scotia - laminate floors
thanks a lot. I think hopefully he'll do it because we had a word with ....but lets see.
SRK114Floating timber floor in kitchen - trying to avoid scotiaFloating timber floor in kitchen - trying to avoid scotia
This makes sense, thank you! Hopefully it all goes smoothly.
chippyFloating timber floor in kitchen - wanting to avoid scotiaFloating timber floor in kitchen - wanting to avoid scotia
I've answered it in your other thread