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Grey Engineered Oak Flooring in Thames Ditton, Surrey
The sub-floor is a key factor in delivering a beautiful and long lasting hardwood floor.
For this project we had, to install the wooden floor over concrete and pine boards. This requires two different installation approaches for the same floor.
After clearing the old carpet, linoleum and vinyl tiles we could properly asses the sub-floor. The concrete was sealed with liquid DPM and the pine boards additionally secured and planed.
Having the concrete sub-floor also split in two by a level difference we opted for creating a seamless mitered joint to blend it it as much as possible.
To avoid beading the skirting was undercut thus the expansion gap was under the skirting.
When completed we could look with appreciation at this beautiful floor which totally changed the home.
Lecol 5500 Parquet Adhesive: alcohol based Parquet Adhesive 5500 can be used for all types of wood and is suitable for installation on absorbent and non-absorbent subfloors; i.e.: it can be universally applied. In many cases it can even be used to install pre-finished parquet without any problems.
Pipe Collars - solid Oak: are designed to be used around the edge of pipes which go into the floor to hide the expansion gap which is required when installing wooden flooring. Oak Pipe Cover is designed in two halves that can be fixed around 15mm pipes to hide expansion gap It is suitable for any wooden flooring, regardless of your floor being oiled or lacquered.