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All of my installations are backed by my bulletproof 12 month guarantee. If for some reason, you encounter any issues with the installation of the flooring, call us and we will be there to fix it. That’s how confident I am in the quality of our work.
All of my supplier's materials are supported by their 10yr to Lifetime Material Warranty, depending on the product– meaning if you experience any issues with the manufacturing of the materials you will be looked after as per their individual warranties.
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HERE’S A BRIEF RUNDOWN OF WHAT WE’LL COVER IN YOUR FREE DESIGN CONSULTATION…
asses the subfloor
the condition of the sub floor will determine which type of flooring you can install and the preparation required
measure the space
calculate the amount of product you will need including cuts and waste
choose a design
we will bring a wide range of design samples that suit you preference for you to choose from and you are also welcome to come to our showroom to see all of our ranges
determine installation method
depending on the product you choose installation method and cost will vary
provide you with a free no obligation quote
itemised and easy for you to breakdown with no hidden costs
CHOOSING THE RIGHT PRODUCT
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
By now you have probably heard of Vinyl Planks, Loose Lay, 5mm, 3mm, 2.5mm, Glue Down, Hybrid, Laminate, Bamboo, Engineered Flooring, etc and it all starts to get a little confusing. So let's clear the confusion and get down to understanding where each product is used, and which product is right for your scenario.
Firstly, I don't endorse some of the products mentioned above, because I don't believe the pros outweigh the cons, and therefore for this exercise I will only focus on the products I endorse and not bore you with the negatives of some products.
Vinyl Planks come in quite a few shapes and sizes. They can be 2mm to 5mm thick, rectangular with timber designs or square with stone designs.
Loose Lay Vinyl Planks
4mm to 5mm
Vinyl Planks are made of plastics, some planks are 100% virgin plastic and some will contain a percentage of recycled plastic. Loose lay planks generally have a layer of fibreglass matting to minimise stability.
Where to use:
Perfect for the home as they offer added comfort under foot. They can also be used in commercial areas but i recommend Fully Bonded installation in this circumstance.
Thicker products can be fully bonded or installed with a pressure sensitive glue. I prefer the pressure sensitive installation method because it allows you to replace a damaged plank anywhere on the floor within one minute. Pressure Sensitive glue does not set like a traditional glue, rather it will remain tacky for it's entire life, which provides just enough tack to stop your plank from moving with foot traffic. Loose Lay planks can also be laid without glue, but we recommend using pressure Sensitive installation method. Your planks should always be climatised before installation.
Fully Bonded Vinyl Planks
2mm to 4mm
Vinyl Planks are made of plastics, some planks are 100% virgin plastic and some will contain a percentage of recycled plastic.
Where to use:
These planks are widely used in commercial areas to eliminate movement in high traffic areas. They can also be used in residential areas to minimise costs without compromising the look.
Thinner products must be fully bonded when installed. This means the glue used should be trowled on with a notch trowel and the glue will dry and set like a traditional glue, hence the term 'fully bonded'. Once the glue is set, the plank will not move, shrink or expand, and will be relatively difficult to replace a plank. Your planks should always be climatised before installation.
Hybrid or Rigid Planks
5.5mm to 7mm
Hybrid planks are Stone Plastic Composite, generally they have a limestone high density solid core with an underlay attached.
Where to use:
Perfect for going over subfloors that aren't suitable for Vinyl Planks, such as Yellow Tongue Flooring & tiles.
Hybrid planks are a floating floor system and the planks are locked together with a click system. They cannot be glued.