No need to glue.
Its a click vinyl. As in it lays the same way as a laminate.
Super super product.
Woodgrains look best in my opinion
If all floor heights are level then that is going to save you a lot of money and hassle straight off the bat.
If its a concern about the dpm then...
Just need to rip one down to suit.
Are you keen on putting underfloor heating in?
How much can you raise the floor by?
I lay loads of livyn and it always seems warm enough.
You will absolutely have to use the correct underlay.
OK, apologies. It appeared like you were having a dig.
Do not click on this. Repeat do not click on this. All you get is an image of a tin of pork luncheon meat.
Do you have any signs of damp where the old tiles were took up?
Do you have any floor height discrepancies you need to correct?
If both answers...
Who removed the "vinyl" because pound to a penny they were Marleys and likely contained asbestos.
The bitumen they were laid on was used not as...
Rout out a 4mm or so groove and drop in an ally jointing strip. Not ideal but best approac imo
For a customer? I wouldnt touch the job.
You need an in and an out vent for an int ff as far as I know.
Berlingos/Partners are great little vans.
About the best designed van load wise I have ever driven.
If you really have zero space to insulate then you might just want to do this.
Get some liquid DPM off Wickes. Lash on three good coats, then...
Whats the existing finish inside?
Plaster or bare brick?
John, genuinely good of you to come back and let us know how things panned out. Good hear it worked out well.
Nope boss, stupidest comment is coming on a forum and saying you lack the skills to cut a sliver of plasterboard out.
How do you you know its my son?
Girls can chop plasterboard out too buddy.
Anyone can it seems but you.
If you can get into long trousers without having the capacity to jab saw out a smidgen of plasterboard I despair.
My 6 yr old will come round and...
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