1-5 WHITESIDE RD CLAYTON
1300 138 380
525 BRIDGE RD RICHMOND
841-843 NEPEAN HWY BRIGHTON
If you're after the timber look for your home but budget is a concern, laminate can be a fantastic option to get the look you want at a budget.
You'll find laminate is easy to maintain and is available in many different timber designs from the light to darker tones.
Just like timber, laminate is available in 1-Strip, 2-Strip and 3-Strip styles.
Laminate flooring which can be installed as a floating floor using the patented click system with no need for glue nor for long drying times.
Depending on the desired use, we offer a wide range in both 7 mm 8mm and 12mm (abrasion resistance levels AC3 and AC4), with antistatic features, with high resistance to the spread of flame etc.
The whole range is built around a core panel made from moisture resistant HDF, with the edges wax sealed for greater protection.
In the wide range of designs and texture finishes available, you can find the ideal floor for any type of decoration or atmosphere, whether modern or traditional.
We also offer the full range of matching complementary items and accessories to ensure a perfect installation (underlay, installation tool-kit etc).
All sub-floors must be prepared for installation in accordance with normal subfloor preparation procedures and to accepted tolerances within the flooring industry.
Check the sub-floors to see if they specifically meet the following requirements:
Apart from screeds, PVC, linoleum, rubber and wooden sub-floors are perfectly acceptable, as long as the above conditions can be met.
Laminate flooring can also be laid on top of hot water underfloor heating.
For a special instruction leaflet regarding installation of laminate flooring on top of underfloor heating systems, please contact your supplier.
Laminate flooring is not suitable for installation on top of electrical underfloor heating.
Laminate flooring is not suitable for installation on top of textile floorcovering.
Basic rules for laying
Fitting around pipes
a) Measure the position of the pipes and mark it on the panel (allow for edge joint).
b) Drill a hole at least 16mm wider than the diameter of the pipe.
c) Saw towards the holes at a 45 degree angle.
d) Fit and glue the sawn piece in place.