Rustic wood flooring - a mistake?

Discussion in 'Wood' started by Saf, Nov 23, 2022.

  1. Saf

    Saf New Member

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    Hi everyone. I recently had rustic grade wood flooring installed and am slightly regretting my choice because of one particular section where I think the variation between the floorboards is too stark. Please see pics and advise me if you think the same? How easy is it to remove that particular board and the ones around it - to give a more seamless look?
     

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  2. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    Is that near the wall in your bedroom ? You would be best leaving it the way it is mate.
    If you want to change it do you know who it’s been fitted? All glued Down or glued on the Tongue & grove ?
     
  3. Saf

    Saf New Member

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    Yep, right next to the wall. I’m not sure I’m afraid, but I can see that there’s a section of it that isn’t fully flat. Does that mean it’s just been glued down on tongue and groove? And what does that mean for how easy it is to replace?
     
  4. tarkett85

    tarkett85 Well-Known Member

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    It’s a natural wood product I fail to see a problem with the colouration, if it’s glued down it’ll be a pig to get up and I would leave it as is, if it’s been floated it needs all ripping up, boarding out and gluing direct to the subfloor or you will have major problems with it and you can change the plank then.


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  5. Rugmunching

    Rugmunching Well-Known Member

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    Can't see what the issue is really
     
  6. merit

    merit Well-Known Member

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    I don’t think you will notice it after a few weeks. Floors change colour over time too. It’s a personal choice on colour. Not the worse I’ve seen but I’ve been asked to change less obvious boards lol
     

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