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    I have a concrete floor on top are vinyl tiles then carpet tiles on top these, which now appear wet. Does anyone know why that might be?

    Asked by Arther on 22nd Oct 2020

    Just moved into a 1930's house with original parquet floor which is paint splattered and has raised about 2mm in the odd place around the edges. It seems very dry with no moisture evident. Can I lay laminate over the floor to spruce the property up.?

    Asked by Pj on 15th Oct 2020

    My kitchen floor has developed bumps. There is a concrete base which appears intact but a new (4 yr old) screed has cracked and 'erupted'. I have had it checked for damp and a builder has looked at it too and can't identify the cause.

    Asked by Anne on 15th Oct 2020

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    I have a living room with a carpet over but it has become uneven with lumps and bumps noticed underneath. The vinyl like times which are underneath are pushing up and making the floor uneven. I want to get new carpet how will i go about fixing the floor first. The tiles are over a concrete floor base

    Asked by Theresa on 10th Oct 2020

    Can you help me decide whether I should have vinyl or engineered wood flooring fitted in my kitchen? Both have a stunning appearance. I would like one that will be sturdy and last the longest. Which of these two is the best option?

    Asked by Jackie on 28th Sep 2020

    I would like to fit a new carpet by myself for a living room of about fifteen square metres. How long will this job take altogether?

    Asked by carole on 28th Sep 2020

    Are there any interesting and helpful DIY ideas as to what I can do with old carpet? I’m having my carpet in the living room replaced with hardwood flooring but it would feel like a waste to just have the carpet thrown away. Any suggestions/ideas as to what I could with the carpet? Are there any health risks associated with using carpet that’s been on the floor for so long, especially regarding the underside of the carpet?

    Asked by Cheryl on 25th Aug 2020

    How long should Cork flooring be left to acclimatise prior to installation? How exactly should I lay it out in terms of the number of piles, boxes, etc. and the distance between these piles to get the best results?

    Asked by carole on 20th Aug 2020

    I am a fan of carpets but I deal with mild allergy issues. I am wondering whether there are any carpet types/materials or/and special treatment products out there that can reduce the risk of the surface affecting my allergies? I am hoping there is something I can do to make it manageable to live with carpets such that it is not a significant inconvenience. On the other hand, is it realistically not possible? Will I need to consider settling for another flooring type? I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Thank you.

    Asked by Charles on 20th Aug 2020

    I am debating whether to have nylon or triexta carpets fitted at my home. I’d like to know what your thoughts are on both types? It is the aesthetics that I am primarily interested in. However, additional information would be helpful for making my decision. For one, how much would it cost to have both types fitted in a 15 square metre room? What are the pros and cons of each type? Such as when it comes to durability and how easily they are cleaned/maintained

    Asked by Karen on 19th Aug 2020
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