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 Post subject: Laminate Flooring
PostPosted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:20 pm 
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I have bought my first ever property, which needs minor work to it (Mainly just a few modernising and getting rid of artex etc)

I have decided on laminate flooring all over. Because budget is in the picture, what would be cheaper, Going to a flooring company (carpetright etc) buying it from there and getting the company to install it.

Or ask the carpenter (which is already doing some work replacing doors) to buy and fit it himself? Can Carpenters buy it cheaper than the public?


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 Post subject: Re: Laminate Flooring
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Well it depends on the carpenter, and on the flooring company.

Why not ask each of them for their best price and see which works best for you

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Avoid carpetright. Have a look at wickes OB if you are on a budget. Often have 1/2 price offers. It's a pig to fit unless you get the first row of planks spot on.

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benchmark recently had some pretty good offers on quickstep laminate.

avoid b&q laminate especially the cheaper stuff or youll be getting it done again in 6 months when its knackered


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Fin do you mean Benchmarx?

http://www.benchmarxkitchens.co.uk/Flooring/c/1300002


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