If the floorboards are flat it will be fine. If cupped then sand flat.
Clean it up and put a carpet down again. OR
take it up and do a ardex NA moisture system.
I’d say that’s a magnesite subfloor which means it...
Depends what trim you use. If you use a sticky flat trim it won’t.
If using a T section solid oak trim the. Yes you will need about 15- 20mm gap...
Get the tiles all up.
Do the ardex NA Dpm system.
Screed floor at 3mm ardex NA
Apply Ardex DPM1c on floor and up a couple of inch on the walls...
Quickstep incizo trims
nice one. You won’t have a problem doing that. Filled loads of them with screeding compounds over the years.
No gaps between any of the plywood. And 3-5mm gap to tiles.
Shouldn’t do no. Just need to use the right profile.
What are you putting over the plywood? we leave on ave 3mm gap around the skirting but each sheet butted up to each other.
Solid wood doortrims. Lots of profiles to choose from
These work great for bi food door frames
Would of been better using Jumpax really.
Is it vinyl sheet or a vinyl click ?
Be fine with a click vinyl. Just blade scraper them off or use a carborundum stone on them. If you were doing a glue down vinyl you would feather...
Fibre board is very weak and the wood will sheer off that in no time.
I've used the insterlay system before as one of my customers bought it at...
You can’t float solid wood. If you do it will move a lot over the season and it will gap and creak.
You don’t use a underlay with Looselay mate.
If the hardboard is in decent condition lay straight on top
As Dave said. Why would you lay laminate on Top of carpet underlay?
just buy the right gear and do it right. Prob cost you £50-80
That’s great. Thought you meant a paint roller to put adhesive down.
eh ? Roller ? What LVT do you have
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