- Member since 10 Feb 2009
- wLocation: Dukinfield
- rFeedback score: 29 jobs 100% positive
- lInsurance verified: Limit £1,000,000
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I'm renovating an entire flat, and the builder has quoted £2000 to install a new floor.
So far the only work done is to remove the old carpet and we have not decided what floor we are replacing it with.
I don't know the floor space either, because the contractor is not telling me. So i dont know how much we would Need to spend on laminate or engineereed wooden flooring.
It's a two bedroom flat, and my guess to the size would be about 85m sq.
So, to me it seems very expensive just to install a new floor and would like to know if I am being ripped off.
- Ysaltank 23rd Jan, 2012 Flooring
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sounds strange, i agree in 100% with JR Floors
- bestlaminate 15th Feb, 2012
I live in a housing association flat and can't remove my carpet and with two kids it just isn't practical, iv heard of flooring being put over carpet before but is it waterproof? Do I need to buy any additional materials?? Thanks in advance! Dess
- Ydess_83 8th Mar, 2012 Flooring
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Cheaper does not mean better. Don't do it
- bestlaminate 4th May, 2012