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Angelo G

Beckenham England


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"Angelo was great. Arrived on time and was very thorough in completing the tv wall mount and putting paintings up for me. I would definitely book again..."

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"Good work easy to coordinate "

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Notting Hill Gate England


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"Very lovely decorator, did a fantastic job and, his partner was also very polite and hardworking and very happy with how the job has progressed overal..."

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"Professional attitude and made sure you are happy with the job before going. "

Fix up timber flooring


"Brilliant worker who is highly skilled, diligent, easy to work with and the quality and finish of the flooring job was exceptional. "

Lay timber laminate flooring


"Excellent tradesman Knowledgeable operator who shows great expertise, skill and attention to detail in his craft. I look forward to working with Adrian on the next project. "

Experienced timber floor layer


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Why book timber flooring services through Airtasker?

Need timber flooring installed or repaired? Wooden floor installation is a dusty and messy job, making it a nightmare for allergy sufferers, or those sensitive to glue and chemical smells. So don’t do it yourself. Instead, hire a professional floorboard installer - you’ll reduce your exposure and keep you and your family safe while they’re being laid. Plus, you’ll get peace of mind that not only is your investment going to look fantastic, but it’ll also last better and provide decades of enjoyment for you and your family.

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Do I need a specialist licence for timber flooring?

For certain types of tasks, you may need to enquire as to what specialist licenses may be required to undertake your task as this can vary. Please make sure that you confirm that a Tasker has the relevant timber flooring licence and insurance before accepting an offer.

What are the different types of timber flooring?

The main types of timber flooring are planked floorboards (made from either hard or soft woods) and engineered floorboards (these use a mixture of woods to create a stronger surface). You can also create a timber look floor with floating floorboards in laminate, cork, and bamboo. 

What’s better - engineered or hardwood flooring?

It depends on where the wood will be used, as well as your budget. Engineered floorboards are better for areas with some water and moisture, as the layers of wood allow for some flexion that hardwood doesn’t. If you want to apply floorboards over concrete, you need to choose engineered floorboards.

How durable is timber flooring?

Compared to other options, such as tiles and carpets, wood flooring will damage more easily from high heels, pet claws, scraping furniture, and dropping heavy items. These small dents and scratches are usually minor and can be easily sanded away. Timber floors are more durable than vinyl and laminates, which will show wear and tear easily.

How should you prepare for a timber flooring installation?

If possible, you should empty the room before your floors are installed. This includes drapes, blinds, pictures, and all furniture. You’ll also need to prepare an undercover outdoor cutting area where the installers can work, with access to electricity and lighting, plus easy access to the house.

How long does it take to lay timber flooring?

The time it takes to lay a timber floor will vary depending on the materials used, how well prepared the area is beforehand, and how many people are working on it. Generally speaking, the whole process of preparation, acclimatising the floorboards, installation, and cleanup may take up to two weeks. The laying process requires about 1 day per 40m₂ room. 

What’s the cost of timber floors?

The cost of timber floors will vary depending on the quality of materials and how many rooms you need to lay. Most floorboards cost between $40-$100/m2 for materials and between $180-$600 for labour when you hire a flooring contractor through Airtasker.

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What does a timber floor installation include?

Once you’ve decided to install timber floorboards - and you’ve found the best floorboards for your home - it’s time to get them installed. Here’s the process you can expect when you work with a professional timber flooring installer:

Area preparation

Before your new floor can be laid, the area will need to be fully prepared to give the best results. This will change slightly depending on the materials underneath and the type of floorboards. The floor underneath needs to be dry, clean, and stable. Ideally, all skirting boards, doors, and door frames will be removed at this stage, too. Also, timber floorboards usually require some level of acclimatisation before being laid to adjust to the temperature and moisture levels to prevent warping and shrinkage. So, you’ll need to leave the boards open in the room where they’ll be laid. This process can take up to a week.


Before installing your floorboards, your timber floor installer will lay your choice of moisture-proofing and insulation material. Insulation is important to reduce the noise of floorboards and help regulate the temperature of the house. Once the underneath layers are in place, the new boards will be installed. The method of installation will vary with the materials chosen - solid timber floors need a substructure underneath that they can be secured to, whereas engineered boards can be laid directly over tiles, concrete, or other wooden boards. The boards are usually installed parallel to the longest length of the room, or is visible from the front door, perpendicular to the door.

Before laying the boards, your installer will usually plan out the layout to make sure the lengths, colours, grades, and variations in the timber are spread throughout the floor. They’ll glue or nail your floorboards in place, allowing for a small gap around the perimeter (that will be covered by skirting boards) for expansion.

Cutting & shaping

Once the bulk of your floor has been laid, your installer will carefully measure, cut, and install smaller board sections around corners, cupboards, and doorways. This ensures a tight finish that blends with the overall design.

Cleanup & finish

If you’ve chosen solid floorboards, they may need to be sanded to a level finish, stained, and sealed with a top coat to protect the wood from scratches and damage. This process might mean you can’t finish the installation and cleanup for a few days. If you’ve chosen engineered floorboards, they are usually pre-sealed, leaving them ready to use. Once the floors are ready, the doors, skirting boards, and door frames are all attached and painted if they need a fresh coat. Then your contractor will clean up the room and any work areas that were used for cutting and painting.

Repairs & restoration

Over time, wooden floors can get damaged from water, pets, furniture, high heels, and even dirt. If the damage is minor, you may be able to refinish the surface with light sand, a new coat of sealant, and polishing. More extensive structural damage may need a professional floor repair specialist who can assess and fix the problem correctly.

Recent Timber Flooring tasks

Break up floor and install new timber flooring


Brighton, East Sussex

26th Aug 2020

Existing sub floor is uneven concrete (i have removed the existing tiles). Need to remove appro 10-15mm of the concrete. Then Lay DPM, insulating matt, underfloor heating matt, latex layer (10-15mm) and engineered parquet bamboo flooring. Kitchen area approx 30m2. I suspect 2 days work. Needed ASAP

Lay timber flooring


Cricklewood, Greater London, NW2

13th Jun 2019

Hi, anyone available this Saturday or Sunday? I have the flooring and glue already on site. The task is Laying 20m2 of timber flooring? It’s a corridor and a lounge, no complicated shapes, just square with minimal cuts around radiator pipes etc. Also can be done in a day? I work office hours so it has to be weekend I’m afraid. Thanks

Laying out timber laminate flooring


Roehampton, Greater London

26th Oct 2018

70 sqm of Flooring to layout with Underlay and DPM Remove 2qm Kitchen Tiles

Fix up timber flooring


Haggerston, Greater London, E2

28th Jun 2020

- re-lay timber flooring to a small WC about 1.2m x 1.4m in floor area, and a threshold strip. See photo attached of the timber flooring at the bathroom, which will be lifted up to install an electrical underfloor heating. The task is to re-lay the flooring. There is a few damaged flooring that need to be re cut (I have some spare flooring board), and a new threshold piece to be cut. For the expansion strip, it is just a foam strip to be put in (see photo)

Professional attitude and made sure you are happy with the job before going.

Timber floor floating


Blackfen, Greater London

15th Jan 2019

looking to install timber floor floating 14.5x180 mm apx580 m2

Install insulation under suspended timber floor


East Dulwich, Greater London, SE22

4th May 2018

I need someone to advise on the best way to insulate under my floor, and to carry out the installation. We have a crawl space through which the underside of the floor can be accessed. We can provide tools. I'm not sure how long this would take, so let me know if I haven't budgeted enough time.

Lay timber laminate flooring


Kensal Town, Greater London

30th Apr 2021

Prepare the floor for timber laminate (some gaps in floor need replacing where walls taken down and some skirting missing and needs putting in - approx 1 day work -£ 200 labour. Lay approx 63 sq metres of flooring and underlay (£12 per square metre labour to lay) and put beading into current skirting board. Carpets will be pulled up for you and timber Lamitale and underlay already delivered and brought into the flat.

Brilliant worker who is highly skilled, diligent, easy to work with and the quality and finish of the flooring job was exceptional.

Experienced timber floor layer


Hoxton, Greater London

13th May 2020

40sqm total of flooring to be laid in 1 bed flat: Kitchen 8sqm Living 18sqm Hallway 2sqm Bedroom 12sqm Remove existing skirting and reinstate as and where required.

Excellent tradesman Knowledgeable operator who shows great expertise, skill and attention to detail in his craft. I look forward to working with Adrian on the next project.

Floor beading instalment / timber floor


Shadwell, Greater London

28th Oct 2018

Hello I have a timber floor and i need to have floor beading installed in the living room and bedroom. Also I need to replace in some areas some slats of the timber floor that got stained in time.