Workshop
Start a discussion
since May 2020
November 2020
Marie1
Budding Contributor
  • My latest posts
  • Posts I liked
  • My liked posts

User's latest posts

Marie1
Budding Contributor
May 2020

I did check this out but I dont want planks and the article doesn't really refer to vinyl on a roll and the different grades of thickness which is why ...

Marie1
Budding Contributor
May 2020

Think im in trouble!

Marie1
Budding Contributor
May 2020

Im really strapped for cash

Marie1
Budding Contributor
May 2020

Im edging towards vinyl on a roll simply because it would be easier for me to put down, I just dont know if I need additional underlay

Marie1
Budding Contributor
1 reply
May 2020

Thank you so much for replying, I haven't been able to post photos thus far because there are very old layers of tiles, vinyl, carpet and goodness kno ...

Marie1
Budding Contributor
9 replies

Hi Im thinking of laying vinyl by the roll in my small kitchen as the cheapest optioned I need underlay? its to cover very old floorboards, thanks

Posts user liked

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
1 reply
May 2020

Hi @Marie1, Welcome to the community. We trust you'll get loads of helpful information, advice and inspiration for this project and many more to c ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
4 replies
May 2020

Hi @Marie1. I see you have already received some helpful advice from @Handy_John on your project. If you do not have a very smooth service any ...

Handy_John
New Contributor
6 replies
May 2020

I always find the quickest and easiest option is to lay Masonite board down before vinyl. It gives you a 100% clean and smooth surface. It is easy to ...

User's liked posts

No posts to display.
Marie1's Bookmarks
No posts to display.
Contact Me
Online Status
Offline
Date Last Visited
November 2020