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Give your opinion on laminate floor repair

Posted by Andrew G.



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Wednesday, 23rd Sep 2015
I am looking for one or more people who have some experience with installing or repairing laminate floor, to give me their opinion about options for repairing a small (<0.5m2) section of floor at home that has been affected by water (mainly, discolouration, it is still walkable). At this stage of the project I'm just getting options, so all you'll need to do is look at a couple of photos, and answer some questions - that's it!

This task can be done online. It may eventuate in another AirTasker task later on for actual works, but this current task is open to anyone with experience.

This is a quite easy task to start with - all you need to do is:
* have experience installing or repairing laminate floor;
* answer a couple of questions (along the lines of "In your opinion..." "what could be done..." "can this section be replaced or does the whole floor need to be replaced..." "does the flooring look properly installed" etc);
* you may add a rough quote if you feel confident looking at the series of photos;
* add your contact details, your experience with laminate flooring and/or qualifications.

For successful Airtaskers I will send a series of photos, and a short questionnaire by email. Payment will be released on completing the questionnaire fully, providing your honest and experienced opinion.
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Maxwell K.
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can do now mate if interested
Larissa F.
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Hi Andrew!
My mother is an Interior Designer,
I can contact her for you and make sure she gives you the best solution. I dont do the physical work but could help you contact someone that does.
3)you need laminating for 3 times of treatment. Go check up movie "Jack and Jill" you will see Jack house floor is exactly as yours, but they got naturally vintage-look floor very aged and shining. That is it.
Just give you my FREE personal opinion about laminating works on the floor in the pic. All you need to give me some points on my page.:) The timber seems still having some minor gap between each end that is one flaw. 2. How many time have you sanding your floor? Looks like only one. It doesn't has any effects at all of glittering with floor oil.
Happy to write something up for you if you still need further advice.
Andrew G.poster
Hi Maxwell, yes make an offer
Yeah mate, floating timber laminate flooring requires a thin underlay.
The boards can be cut to size and replaced, tho you'll need to take out the top quarter section to re-fit it properly.

Looks like most of the boards are lose anyway. You may want to re-lay it all to get a firm fit.
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