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 Post subject: Click vinyl flooring
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:51 pm 
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Is'it any good?

Daughter wants it for her bedroom...shying away from laminate as she has a sink in there, so could get the odd splash of water on it.

A little less suceptable to lumps deing taken out like normal vinyl flooring I imagine....?

Easy enough to fit?


Thinking the same in the hallway too, something to cope with damp footprints etc.

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 Post subject: Re: Click vinyl flooring
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I've fitted the quickstep stuff and it's great,easy to go together and it's easy to cut.
It's very thin tho and the subfloor needs to be perfectly flat.

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Good to know, I was a little dubious as its so thin.
It's a groundfloor suspended chipboard floor, so pretty good for flatness.
Insulation/underlay for it, any recommendations?

Skirtings are off anyway, so no bother there.

Is it installed as a floating floor, or does it need sticking down?

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Just as an aside, I put laminate in my mother porch a couple of years ago, just cheap B&Q stuff. I glued all the joints using titebond2 glue. The floor regularly gets puddles of water on it in the winter as the front door opens inwards and rain trickles off it. So far never had a problem with any water getting under the laminate and as you can imagine it sees a lot of use.


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