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    Where to put acclimatising floorboards when others are being removed

    Flooring Specialists

    When it comes to wood floorboards acclimatising to a room, once the process is complete, where should I put the floorboards while the old flooring is being removed? I assume they’ll have to leave the room. Won’t that undo the benefits of acclimatising? Should they be moved around the room and simply kept out of the way of the removal work? I’m just trying to figure out how this can best be done. Thanks for your time.

    Asked by Abdul on 17th Aug 2020
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    Maintenance Man NE

    "Manufacturers advice differs from floor to floor. To be perfectly honest i have never EVER had any problems with laying a floor the moment its been delivered or i have supplied and fitted. That being said if your worried and for piece of mind lay it flat in the room its to be laid and leave for 24 hours..

    just lay them out individually that should be sufficient.

    Any problems please don't hesitate to get in touch.

    Maintenance Man North East"

    Answered on 23rd Aug 2020 - Member since Feb 2019 - report

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