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The site comprises a 25 year old weather board dwelling that has had portions of the floor replaced. The floor covering was cork tiles and these need to be replaced to complete the floor replacement.
The site is actually two symmetrical houses, and the job is the same “on both sides”.
The approx. areas are:
Bedroom: 12.2 sq.m
Kitchen (portion to tile): 7.5 sq.m
Living (portion to tile): 11 sq.m
So the total area to cover is about 62 m²
The floor itself is new MDF which abuts old MDF with cork tiles glued straight to it. The old tiles are much lightened from sunlight. It is appreciated that there will not be a colour match and that the new tiles will lighten over time as well.
In some places the skirting board has been removed, which will make tiling to the wall easier. In other cases the skirting board and a portion of the old tiles (say approx. 10 mm) remain. It may be preferable to remove the boarder, or the boarder and the skirting board, or just tile up to the old tile. We will listen to the advice of the professionals.
The tiles appear to be 300 x 300 x 6 mm (similar for example to Bunnings SKU ... Q’Decor Cork Tile)
The following photographs will help with an appreciation of the task.
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