Quite a lot of low stock including the ardex, may have to go back to f44 for abit o_O
Which one would recommend mate?
Want something similar ways to the ke49.
The F49 you stand to get alot of waste dont you?
*fitter is telling
So Uzin are struggling to source one of the ingredients for the Ke49 I've been told.
I'm on my last 2 buckets :rolleyes:
Apart from their ke66,...
Bite the bullet and get a pro in.
You took on a big challenge for your first go!
Did you use (or know about) a spikey roller?
What screed did...
Absolute gash, did 1 and won't do another again. I found it time consuming, well underpriced myself
Mate I was thinking the same
Yes definitely is strange but you do get some that think if the floor is flat enough then there is no need for underlay o_O
Just personal choice to be honest, 8mm mainly for the denser stuff and loops then 10mm with the twists/saxonys.
Have several rolls of the super...
All I use these now is the Conn 8 or 10mm
Cosi or carpenter for the cheapy stuff
Why wasn't there any underlay purchased with the laminate?
Need clearer detailed pictures than that.
Doesn't really show you anything.
Close ups of the gaps
Same here, customers assume I prefer to have them off but I tell them to fix them on as it'll be a better finish 99% of the time
Tell him to pop in Wednesday then to meet your new team :D
Ask him if he planned on sanding the nuts and bolts flat too :)
He's trying it on.
I've heard some old school fitters using this method before but this is not the standard process, he's making it up has he...
Another example of awful fitting :rolleyes:
That last pic is missing a cadburys flake to complete the '99'!
Should have been fibre screeded on...
Can we see a bigger picture with more planks in?
It looks like the bevelled end of the planks to me, picture isn't that clear
Haha why do all the cowboys come out with that one..."I've done loads of airports" :rolleyes:
So what's the situation then on this?
Have you told...
Part of the process :D
What a diamond!