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 Post subject: holy moly
PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:54 am 
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this is a floor we did just before christmas in a local church its a oiled multi ply oak 25mm 220mm on the face layed as a floater in the pic were just buffing the last coat of oil it was pre - finished but we gave it a further two coats it was about 250 square meters took about 2 weeks to complete with leveling and skirting (base boards) oh and the stage/pulpit
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 Post subject: Re: holy moly
PostPosted: Fri Sep 04, 2009 9:53 am 
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Nice!


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 Post subject: Re: holy moly
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Looks pretty decent , great job!


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Looks nice

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 Post subject: Re: holy moly
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Yes indeed. Very nice. Curious about the stage. Is that a European thing? Riser board flush with the flooring on top instead of nosing. How do you keep that tied in to prevent it from squeaking? Spline?


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 Post subject: Re: holy moly
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hi thanks for all the comments its been a while since iv'e been on here and the riser was re-bated about 4mm to accept a 4mm biscuit in the end of each board and nalied with the powernailer into 22mm ply the base was made up by a local capentry firm and cladded by ourselves we had no complaints so i presume everything is still squeak free. We went back the tail end of last year to do another area and all looked well.


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Yeah thats really time consuming to make the riser flush with the top. A builder anted me to do that and I said you must be crazy. lol

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 Post subject: Re: holy moly
PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 8:47 pm 
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Do I understand you correctly that it is a floating floor? Are they going to screw down pews? Would that be possible on a floating floor? How much of a gap did you leave around the perimeter? Will a floating engineered floor expand evenly in all directions? Thanks,

Sherrie VandePutte


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