My understanding is you would be at fault. Unless you have readings to say it was ok at time of install you have no way to prove you didn’t...
Isn’t that the place where Shaun Baston teaches LVT now?
Partner up with someone who has the skills or go on a course.
F Balls run free training as do some other manufacturers.
National Institute of Carpet and Floorlayers offer inspection services. Think they have one in London.
For that budget Victoria Heartland Ultra would be my recommendation.
Worth also keeping a list of tools with photos/reciepts/serial numbers. Pain to setup but if anything happens hard for the insurance company to argue.
The underlay should be shorter than the carpet so it doesn’t show, I also cover the sides with black tape to make it even harder to see.
I used it on a job a while back. Seemed good and would definitely use it again.
I’d probably go for a felt/crumb underlay on something like that. But in fairness my usual premium underlay is Caviar and Crystal 9mm and that...
Flooring to inspire, installation to impress.
Great carpet and not too bad a price for the quality. Just hate carrying it in in LOL
Depends where in North London you are. Check the NICF directory at - https://nicfltd.org.uk/NICF-Directory/
Russell Lamerton or Salih are both...
A trim is one way. I prefer the Stairrods Ali zee bar these days as it’s a cleaner look but places like Tapi don’t carry them
That’s shocking. Far better ways of doing it.
I tend to use a scribe bar. Be interested if there is a better option out there.
Somethings not right.
Yes the installation fees and prep will be the same but the LVT itself and the adhesive (assuming they are using the...
We’ve fitted a few and it’s always good. Nice thick wear later too, worth the money and definitely better value than the big brand names.
It’s possible you’re right.
What underlay did you get?
Can you post some photos?
We recently installed LVT for a client on top of Jumpax (there are other suitable products) that reduced the sound a little bit is a long way from...