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    Repairing laminate flooring

    Flooring Specialists

    My laminate floor is damaged. How could I repair my laminate floor? 

    Asked by Joyce on 23rd Apr 2021
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    Gs construction

    "It depends how the floor is damaged you need a professional to repair or replace it"

    Answered on 27th Apr 2021 - Member since Apr 2021 - report
    PES Ltd

    "Hi Dear, a damaged piece of laminate is changeable, just take it off and put new one on its place, care don't damage other laminate strips, thanks."

    Answered on 27th Apr 2021 - Member since Jul 2020 - report
    Amazon

    "Best options are to either purchase the same laminate to replace the damaged area or if tgat isnt possible then to replace the whole floor."

    Answered on 26th Apr 2021 - Member since Mar 2021 - report
    Handyman Armin

    "If the damaged part is near the start or end line, replace it or fix it with special putty and paint it."

    Answered on 27th May 2021 - Member since Apr 2021 - report
    GDPS (Gary's decorating and property services)

    "Hi Joyce, if you have any of the flooring left then providing you get someone who knows what they are doing you can take it back up from the edges until you get to the broken part, being careful not to break the clicking lips. Then you can fit the spare piece and lay it all back together. Again it depends on if its a cut piece around a door frame or an end piece. I would recommend getting someone who knows what they are doing, you should be paying no more than £100 if there's cuts to do and no more than £60 if no cuts are required."

    Answered on 26th Apr 2021 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    Wayne Chant

    "It is possible to replace 1 board in the middle without damaging the surrounding boards"

    Answered on 12th May 2021 - Member since Apr 2021 - report

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