May 04, 2019 5:12 pm
I posted this in the general forum but was advised to move to the kitchen section for more specific advice.
We are installing floors post handover (floating timber), and we've just had our measurement done. We want to avoid using scotia around the kitchen as we've managed to get the builder to leave all skirtings tacked on to avoid it in other areas of the house. The flooring company is saying we can get another kick board to go over the top of the old one, saying we have enough clearance to do this and it shouldn't cost too much. Unfortunately kickboards seem hard to remove so this is probably our only option to avoid scotia. Do we have enough clearance depth to just add another piece over the top? Kitchen is laminex. This is an old photo I came across that shows the dimensions we are working with.
Any help would be much appreciated! I'm a novice on this so I have no idea.
Re: Floating timber floor in kitchen - wanting to avoid scot2
May 04, 2019 10:34 pm
I've answered it in your other thread
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