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rah flooring rated for Floor fitters in Wickford
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4 last 6 months
10 last 12 months
17 Jan 2020
Excellent service, would recommend and use again, thank you.
08 Dec 2019
11 Dec 2019
Polite punctual and clean and tidy.
29 Nov 2019
Very quick and accommodating regarding starting the job. Was done exceptionally quickly, and to a lovely standard. Highly recommended, thank you
Vikki , SS9
24 Sep 2019
Robert did a top job, would highly recommend.
05 Aug 2019
Great service, and a great bit of work.
18 Jul 2019
Punctual, polite and very professional. Highly recommended.
06 Jul 2019
We contacted RAH flooring and Robert was able to come the next afternoon to fit our carpet! Very friendly, punctual and a great job with our carpet. We would definitely use again and recommend to others. Thanks Robert!
23 Apr 2019
Did a Superb job on our carpet, obviously a skilled tradesman, would highly recommend!
Very nice chap too
15 Apr 2019
Robert and his son Scott did a great job fitting bedroom carpets to 2 rooms.
They turned up on time and are clearly skilled carpet fitters. One of the rooms had a join which they did a great job in making almost invisible.
Nice blokes too.
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rah flooring answered questions about Floor fitters in Wickford
I've used rated people before and never come across this. I was under the impression that this was a free service for customers and a way of obtaining jobs for tradespeople.
I've received a quote for a job I've posted and within this quote the tradesperson has added £10 for the cost of the lead for the job. Should I be paying him for buying my lead?
robert hearson's Answer
Sun 28 May 2017 10:9am
it is a free service trades should quote all in price no add on
I've just started putting laminate flooring on my stairs. I got the riser in place for the first step and started on the tread. I figured out where the stairnose piece needs to sit, measured that, and then used the width of the laminate pieces to see how far a single board would go and what would be left over.
It only left me with a gap of 3/4" to fill. I could take a board of laminate and rip it lengthwise to fit that space - and that's what I expected to have to do - but now that I know it's such a tiny space, I hate to waste a whole board to fill that last 3/4" of an inch. I wouldn't mind if I could cut a bunch of those filler pieces out of a single piece of laminate, but of course, then I won't have the interlocking edges on most of those strips.
What other options are there, besides wasting a whole piece of laminate flooring to utilize only a 3/4 inch strip of one side?
robert hearson's Answer
Tue 23 May 2017 8:22am
hi how about from one board take 3/4 inch off each side then use togue on one side then turn next board round use groove on other you will then get twice as much from one board