FG1 suppliers

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  1. DirkGently

    DirkGently Member

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    From where can I purchase FG1 recommend for delivery? Can anyone recommend a FG1 supplier?
     
  2. merit

    merit Well-Known Member

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    Lionvest. Think you have to buy by the pallet. Florco and dj hann but they are not open currently unless you have a Nhs or government project


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  3. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    What area are you in ?


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  4. DirkGently

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    Hi daylight. I'm in Surrey. On the border of Hants. Near Farnham.
     
  5. DirkGently

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    Thanks for the info, merit.
     
  6. Rugmunching

    Rugmunching Well-Known Member

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    Daylight :D
    It's got a better ring to it
     
  7. DirkGently

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    Damned autocorrect!
     
  8. Rugmunching

    Rugmunching Well-Known Member

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    Mate it happens to me all the time but admin wont let us loose with an edit button :)
     
  9. DirkGently

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    Hi all. I'm resurrecting this old thread, as it seems that I'm unable to get my hands on some FG1. This is for a small bedroom 3m x 3.5m for a child. Can anyone recommend a suitable alternative to FG1? I have Karndean Art Select in most of the house, but considering putting down looselay, as it seems easier. I'd welcome advice on anything I've mentioned in this post.

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  10. tarkett85

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    Sp101 is your other option, and looselay isn’t any easier to install you still need to stick the stuff down


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  11. Rugmunching

    Rugmunching Well-Known Member

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    I've been using standard ply lately......shoot me :D
     
  12. merit

    merit Well-Known Member

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    You disgust me


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  13. merit

    merit Well-Known Member

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    I’m a big fan of jewsons ply



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  14. Paul webb

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    If you go for looselay, you could get away with using a decent standard ply, as you are only using tackifier, if by chance the ply failed and it is only a small chance, the looselay can be lifted and relayed
     
  15. DirkGently

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    Recommended standard ply? Sorry. The choice for 'standard' ply is extensive, and bewildering to a newbie like me.

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  16. DirkGently

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    Could you recommended a standard ply? The choice for 'standard' ply is extensive, and bewildering to a newbie like me. Could I select any of the following? Presumably the last one would be preferred given it's called flooring grade ply; however, the product page says contact branch for price. Either it more expensive than their other ply or its availability is limit.

    For instance (I tried to post links, but as I've <10 posts I'm not permitted due to spam prevention):

    Wickes has Non Structural Hardwood Plywood Grade: B/BB Graded
    Jewson's has:
    EUCALYPTUS HARDWOOD
    HARDWOOD PLYWOOD POPLAR CORE
    ULTIPRO HARDWOOD PLYWOOD
    ULTIPRO SC117 FLOORING GRADE
     

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