Can laminate flooring be taken out and put back

(5 Posts)
Luv2chatu Mon 11-Apr-16 08:58:57

Hi all.

I'd really appreciate your advice on this one .... I've purchased expensive laminated flooring for the second time but moving again..

I can't afford to really leave them gain and was wondering how easy or difficult and if possible It would be to unclip them and take them with me?

Kirjava Mon 11-Apr-16 09:02:09

Surely you can't take the floor with you when you sell a house?! hmmshock

Luv2chatu Mon 11-Apr-16 09:12:21

Not selling, moving through the council.....so they will remove anyway and dispose of as flooring is not really allowed.....

LaughingHyena Mon 11-Apr-16 09:37:52

We've done it, not moving but had the kitchen refitted. Took up the laminate and managed to re-lay it once the work was done. We did have a couple of damaged boards as it was difficult to get the first couple up.

It was something of a jigsaw putting it down again and making sure we had enough boards. It clicked together fine though, no issues in the couple of years before we moved.

Luv2chatu Mon 11-Apr-16 10:26:28

Thanks you for your advice. Very helpful😀

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