Whittington Cricket Club – Sanding and sealing of existing flooring in main hall using Bona Traffic HD lacquer. Uplift of damaged flooring in corridor and installation of Kahrs 3 strip engineered plank flooring.
A new Boen 13 x 181 x 2200mm engineered floor was installed in a House of Fraser concession area within London
The existing flooring suffered water damage and needed to be replaced, this was removed and the new Boen floor was to be installed. A new plywood subfloor was installed to raise the height before the new flooring was installed. The original floor trims were used along with new Gradus trims
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Junckers Sports Flooring
A new Junckers Sylvasport Premium solid beech floor over Blubat battens was required to be installed as per the schools specification.
We supplied and installed firstly a Sylvathene moisture barrier followed by the Blubat battens. The Sylvasport Premium flooring in beech was installed over the battens using secret mailing. The expansion gap was installed around the perimeter of the flooring as per Junckers recommendations.Continue Reading →
We were asked to restore an original redwood strip floor that has been uncovered when the existing carpet was removed.
The existing fire hearth was still visible, se we had to firstly remove that and apply a self levelling latex to ensure a level area. Existing redwood strip flooring was then removed from areas around the perimeter of the room and refitted into the previous fire hearth.
New strip flooring was then refitted to the perimeter of the room and stained to ...Continue Reading →
A Boen 14mm Oak Animoso with a White Live Natural Oil finish was chosen to be installed at the new museum in Wordsley, Stourbridge.
The existing sub-floor had an epoxy DPM applied (Bona R410), which was allowed to fully dry prior to the Boen engineered strip flooring being installed. The floor requires a finishing coat of White Live Natural Oil applied as a finishing coat prior to the museum opening, which will be in the very near future
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