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Installing Laminate Flooring – Things to Consider Before Installation

installing laminate flooring

Installing laminate flooring is not as difficult as it may seem at first glance. However, there are a few simple things that you must know before beginning to lay the laminates. In order to install the laminate boards correctly, you need to first prep the subfloor of the room in which you wish to install the laminate flooring. The subfloor must be absolutely clean and dry before you begin laying your laminates.

How to Installing Laminate Flooring?

When installing laminate flooring, you must make sure that the baseboards, or planks that the boards slide onto, are completely clean and dry. You should also make sure that the nails that you use are flush against the floor. To keep your new flooring in place, you will need to purchase Brad nails at a hardware store and use these in your new baseboards to hold them in place. When installing laminate flooring over existing baseboards, you will have to make sure that the new flooring is flush with the top surface.

One of the most common mistakes made when installing laminate flooring over wood subfloors is installing the planks too close together. If the planks are installed too close together, they will squeeze the wood underneath out of place and cause the subfloor to swell. This can damage your subfloors and your walls. Another mistake that people make when installing over concrete is when putting the laminate over old concrete baseboards. Most people will put the new flooring on top of an old concrete floor and believe that the floor will adhere to the new baseboard.

End of Lease Cleaning

Fixed Price Cleaning offers a guaranteed on-site guarantee on all their cleaning services, whether it be carpet cleaning or end of lease cleaning. Should the cleaning done not meet standard – they come back to the property at the earliest available time to rectify the issue. They aim to make the home a better place to live in through superior cleaning and maintenance standards.

How to work End of Lease Cleaning?

One of the things a client looks forward to when they find a new house is the cleanliness of the carpets and upholstery. This is even more important with end of lease cleaning in Canberra as carpets and upholstery are usually one of the first things that are noticed about a rental property. This makes end of lease cleaning in Canberra an excellent way for you to get the rental property looking as good as new. Carpet cleaning services in Canberra offer clients a cleaning package that includes the vacuuming, spot cleaning, furniture refinishing, stain removal and also dry cleaning. With end of lease cleaning in Canberra, you will no longer have to worry about having to keep up with the carpet maintenance or even the upholstery cleaning. This ensures that end of lease cleaning in ACT is hassle free and ensures your end of lease cleaning contract remains valid.

Before you leave your home, it is recommended to invest in an end of lease cleaning checklist to ensure there are no issues with the internal cobwebs that can show up after a home has been let to rent out. With this checklist in hand, you can have peace of mind knowing that all the cobwebs have been dealt with. The end of lease cleaning checklist deals with the exterior of the home and involves dealing with bricks and cobwebs that appear on the side and the top of walls as well as the gutters. Other items that need to be addressed include the lawn, trees and any other fixtures that appear outside of the home. The checklist also includes ensuring that all fittings are in good repair, the windows and doors are shut properly, all electrical fittings are running smoothly, all appliances are functioning correctly, and that the security of the end of the lease property is intact. All homes that end up being let out in the ACT have to be checked over by an independent inspector within 30 days of being let out to ensure that everything is in order.