COMPREHENSIVE TIMBER FLOOR REMOVAL & DISPOSAL MELBOURNE

COMPREHENSIVE TIMBER FLOOR REMOVAL & DISPOSAL MELBOURNE

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COMPREHENSIVE TIMBER FLOOR REMOVAL & DISPOSAL MELBOURNE
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WOODWORKS TIMBER FLOORING
What Does Timber Flooring Removal Involve?
Timber floor removal can be a complicated process. How easily your flooring material is removed will depend on a range of factors. These include the pattern they're laid down in, their shape and size, and most importantly, the way they're attached to your subfloor.

There are three main types of adhesion methods when it comes to timber flooring:

Floating Timber
Maybe one of the easiest types of floors to remove, floating timber floors are not permanently attached to the subfloor. There's no glue or any type of adhesive material that needs to be broken down. Once the skirting has been removed, the flooring can be carefully pried up and removed piece by piece.

Plank on Plywood
A slightly more complex operation than floating timber, this form of adhesion involves the use of a combining underlay in between the floor and the subfloor. The floor planks are either glued or nailed to a thin sheet of plywood or compressed cement (the underlay). Once attached, the sheets are laid directly onto the subfloor and kept in place with nails, glue or other forms of strong adhesive.

Direct Adhesion
The final type of flooring we often encounter is direct adhesion. This is almost always the hardest type of floor to remove. Direct adhesion involves timber floorboards being glued directly onto the concrete slab beneath them. A very labour intensive removal process, the floorboards need to be separated into sections and removed from the slab with a specialised tool. Following this, the floor is ground down in preparation for the new floor.

Every part of the flooring process presents its own challenges and requires a comprehensive knowledge of the materials used in order to work efficiently. If the correct removal procedures aren't followed, you risk encountering issues with your new floor like sections being unlevel, timber bubbling or even loose floor boards.

Can I Remove My Own Floorboards?
While you technically could, it's not recommended. Woodworks Timber Flooring have years of experience removing, repairing and installing timber floors all around Melbourne. Without the correct knowledge, application and tools, you risk permanently damaging your subfloor and possibly injuring yourself in the process.

There might even be situations where you wish to keep your current floating flooring which is also dependent on the type of flooring, after removal. Whether you want to sell it, pass it on to a friend or simply store it away for a rainy day, you require the expertise of professional removalists in order to make sure it isn't damaged in the process.

Safe and efficient floor removal is critical, the process has a direct impact on the finish off your new floor. It's always best to leave it to the professionals.

Choose Woodworks for Timber Floor Removal & Disposal Melbourne
If you're looking for a superior level of service, contact Woodworks Timber Flooring today. From floor removal and disposal to floor installation, we're committed to completing every job to a high standard. Our work ethic allows us to achieve the best possible finish every time, making sure that you get the new timber floor of your dreams!

For a free consultation with our installation team, contact us from Monday to Saturday on 0401-444-258 or fill in our online contact form and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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    WOODWORKS TIMBER FLOORING
    What Does Timber Flooring Removal Involve?
    Timber floor removal can be a complicated process. How easily your flooring material is removed will depend on a range of factors. These include the pattern they're laid down in, their shape and size, and most importantly, the way they're attached to your subfloor.

    There are three main types of adhesion methods when it comes to timber flooring:

    Floating Timber
    Maybe one of the easiest types of floors to remove, floating timber floors are not permanently attached to the subfloor. There's no glue or any type of adhesive material that needs to be broken down. Once the skirting has been removed, the flooring can be carefully pried up and removed piece by piece.

    Plank on Plywood
    A slightly more complex operation than floating timber, this form of adhesion involves the use of a combining underlay in between the floor and the subfloor. The floor planks are either glued or nailed to a thin sheet of plywood or compressed cement (the underlay). Once attached, the sheets are laid directly onto the subfloor and kept in place with nails, glue or other forms of strong adhesive.

    Direct Adhesion
    The final type of flooring we often encounter is direct adhesion. This is almost always the hardest type of floor to remove. Direct adhesion involves timber floorboards being glued directly onto the concrete slab beneath them. A very labour intensive removal process, the floorboards need to be separated into sections and removed from the slab with a specialised tool. Following this, the floor is ground down in preparation for the new floor.

    Every part of the flooring process presents its own challenges and requires a comprehensive knowledge of the materials used in order to work efficiently. If the correct removal procedures aren't followed, you risk encountering issues with your new floor like sections being unlevel, timber bubbling or even loose floor boards.

    Can I Remove My Own Floorboards?
    While you technically could, it's not recommended. Woodworks Timber Flooring have years of experience removing, repairing and installing timber floors all around Melbourne. Without the correct knowledge, application and tools, you risk permanently damaging your subfloor and possibly injuring yourself in the process.

    There might even be situations where you wish to keep your current floating flooring which is also dependent on the type of flooring, after removal. Whether you want to sell it, pass it on to a friend or simply store it away for a rainy day, you require the expertise of professional removalists in order to make sure it isn't damaged in the process.

    Safe and efficient floor removal is critical, the process has a direct impact on the finish off your new floor. It's always best to leave it to the professionals.

    Choose Woodworks for Timber Floor Removal & Disposal Melbourne
    If you're looking for a superior level of service, contact Woodworks Timber Flooring today. From floor removal and disposal to floor installation, we're committed to completing every job to a high standard. Our work ethic allows us to achieve the best possible finish every time, making sure that you get the new timber floor of your dreams!

    For a free consultation with our installation team, contact us from Monday to Saturday on 0401-444-258 or fill in our online contact form and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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