Replacing Floor Boards in Bathroom With new - Whats the Best Method?


Postby Alex4 » Mon Jul 28, 2014 9:08 am

Floor boards

Hello all,

I am new to these forums and quite new to DIY, well, DIY in the sense of major projects. We have moved into a big, old house, that needs lots of work. My wife and I are up for getting stuck into projects around the house, and one on my radar currently is the state of our bathroom.

I want exposed floorboards in my bathroom – the existing boards may not be saveable (I’ll post up some pics in the next few days), so I was hoping to get advice on how best to replace the boards with new, smart floor boards.

Is it a relatively easy process? Has anyone done this? Is there any guidance online?

I should say that I am looking to avoid laminate boards if possible. Is this nuts?


Any advice would be great.

Thanks all...

Alex
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Postby welsh brickie » Tue Jul 29, 2014 8:49 am

yes you can replace them, I suggest using a good quality timber, like oak flooring, when fixing them down I would hire a floor nail machine that nails the boards at an angle so that the fixings are hidden it gives a better finish
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