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18mm click flooring for kitchen.

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by Dain1, 6 Nov 2018.

  1. Dain1

    Dain1

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    I have an upstairs galley kitchen, sadly the stud wall between it and the lounge is mid-wayish between floor joists - you should just be able to make out staggered lost-heads to the left of the door frame. Some 18mm click flooring to continue floor level from top of t&g, with maybe a recessed in transitional trim comes to mind but what? And the trim would need to be about 3m anyway? Any thoughts? Maybe the click could be fixed P_20181106_153103.jpg along the transition between the two floor types, and allowed to expand/contract relative to that line of fixity?

    I'd prefer a surface more appropriate for a kitchen but is there such an option?
     

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    what exactly is your question or questions?
     
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    What to put down? How to fix it? Where to fix it?
     
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    ban-all-sheds

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    Nothing until the dodgy, possibly dangerous, probably illegal, numptymess under the floor has been sorted.
     
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