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    Professional flooring installation means more than just a floor that looks good. Your flooring contractor will make sure your floors are safe, slip-free, and will last decades by using the best preparation and installation methods. Some popular flooring options include: Concrete flooring Concrete floors are becoming more popular for their durability - not just in garages and sheds, but inside the home, as well. A concrete flooring professional can install new concrete floors, or change the look of your existing floors with concrete polishing and epoxy coatings to add colour and texture to your floor. Depending on what you need done, they may work with concrete, a mixer, a grinder, and floor polish or epoxy to protect and seal the floor. Carpet When installing carpets, you’ll first need the old carpet removed. Carpet removal can be a dusty, heavy job, so your carpet specialist will use crowbars to lift the carpet and knives to cut the carpet into sections. They’ll wear durable gloves to protect their hands when they lift and roll the carpet. If the insulation or underfelt is in good condition, you may be able to lay the new carpet directly on top. Your contractor will measure out the right size for your new carpet, before cutting it out and rolling it in place. They’ll use a knee kicker to push the carpet firmly into the edges and corners of your room, trimming excess carpet. Floorboards While timber floorboards might be a higher maintenance option, floating floors come with many benefits, with a huge range of styles. And they’re relatively easy to repair if one board gets chipped or damaged. Your flooring contractor can advise you on environmentally friendly options, such as bamboo and cork floorboards, as well. Floorboard installation starts with clearing the area before wooden struts are positioned to create a framework for the boards to sit on. At this point you can choose to install soundproof insulation under your bamboo floorboards or timber floorboards to help reduce noise. Then your contractor will install your timber floorboards over the wooden struts. Once your new floor is installed, you can keep it looking it’s best with regular polishing and refinishing. Tiled floors Tiles are popular for bathroom flooring, or throughout the whole house for easy cleaning. Tile floor installation involves laying marble, stone, or ceramic tiles on the floor. When installing tiles, your flooring professional will usually first remove the existing flooring. This may require tools such as a jackhammer or a chisel and hammer to break up and lift the old tiles. Then they’ll prepare the area with adhesives and concrete, before laying the tiles. Once the adhesive has set, your tiler will apply grout in the gaps between each tile, creating a waterproof surface. Laminate, vinyl & linoleum flooring Getting your vinyl, linoleum, or laminate floors professionally installed usually starts with removing any old floor coverings and skirting boards. Laminate flooring is usually easy to remove, but may require chemical solvents, depending on the adhesives used. Once the area is cleared, the floors will be leveled and prepared with any underlay and insulation required. At this stage, your flooring contractor may add in things like waterproofing or underfloor heating. Your contractor will use their tools to lay the floor, usually working from the corner furthest from the door, making sure the area is level, square, and plumb as they go.

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    Lay Runnen ikea interlocking deck 300cm x 300cm

    £40

    Sutton Leach, Merseyside

    20th May 2019

    lay interlocking ikea runnen decking 300x300cm and erect ikea ammero gazebo please

    Handyperson needed

    £100

    Huyton Park, Merseyside

    8th Mar 2019

    Hey there, my name is Kristan. I need to hire a handyperson to help me in Birkdale Ct, Huyton, Liverpool L36 0RQ, UK. What do you need done? Carpentry What is the type of property? Apartment Which areas of the property need work? Hallway What would you like the handyperson to work on? Laminate a 3ft by 3ft area and put down trimming in hallway and small living room.

    Install and fit laminate floor

    £100

    Wallasey, Merseyside

    15th Apr 2019

    Bedroom size 4 by 3 and hall way 3 by 1.2. Looking to lay laminate down.

    Fit skirting boards

    £150

    Woolfall Heath, Merseyside

    29th Dec 2018

    Fit skirting boards in a down stairs room need to supply and include skirting boards appropriate design must discuss

    Bedroom carpet needs fitting please

    £80

    Toxteth, Merseyside

    30th Jul 2019

    Bedroom 4x3.5m needs carpeting. I have underlay and grippers but they are in the loft and I am disabled so cannot get them myself. I should be able to get the room clear for you. The carpet is getting delivered on Friday.

    Joinery work doors, floors, skirting boards

    £500

    New Brighton, Merseyside

    31st Mar 2019

    2 new doors need hanging with fitting, door inserts require filling in . 3 laminate floors need laid one floor requires boards fixed/replaced before floor layed, new skirting boards put on 2 rooms. Boiler box made and fitted floor to ceiling.

    Bedroom Floor Removed

    £50

    Liverpool, Merseyside, L3

    26th Oct 2018

    Our wooden flooring is white boards over cushion. I would like someone to remove the flooring boards (very lightweight) and put take them to the tip. I would also like someone to use about 6 of the boards to patch up the other bedroom where there is a gap..

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