Putting in Parquet Flooring

The timeless great thing about traditional Parquet flooring never ages or go’s out of fashion. It’s unique beauty and flexibility means it may possibly come in many various types and colours.

When putting in unique parquet flooring the first thing it is advisable check is the moisture of the sub -flooring base, this must be beneath 5%. The second thing is parquet flooring likes to be laid on a level surfaces the, the more the floor degree is out the more likelihood you will have of gaps when laying. Now on to gluing the parquet flooring down use both a bicthem based glue like f21 or a more modern glue like sika which is a (ms polymer), Preferably the second but each are acceptable.

Typically fitters tend to make use of bitchem on old flooring as this can react with the present old bitching that is already down and naturally the price of a ms polymer which is three times the price. Each will do same job for example them old floors which have been down a protracted while all of them used bitchem in them days and there forty fifty years old.When glueing down the block its nice to try and ensure there isn’t any gaps, but gaps or not the end of the world as the entire floor shall be stuffed with a filler which consists of resin and sawdust from you ground once sanded.

As soon as flooring is laid sand Flooring Contractor in a 50-60 grit for new blocks and a lower grit 0f 18- 36 grit for relaimed floors. Then mix the noticed mud with resin and fill the whole ground twice. Then sand the entire floor time and again and once more going up the grits every time. Then finishing on a 120 grit all over. clean the room and flooring ensuring all dust is up.tack the ground with a tack cloth be sure that all dust is up.

Then roll on a primer wait a number of hours to dry then roll on a laquer leave over night time to dry and cure. Finally scrim the floor in a high quality grit sand paper or screen, clean correctly and tack once more, then apply the final coat of laquer. You can apply more coats the more coats you apply the longer the finish ought to last and the more depth and the finer the end up to 7 coats.