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  1. Joanne Taylor

    Joanne Taylor New Member

    Hi, I'm looking for some advice.

    I have purchased a moduleo floor from the impress range and while trying to find the recommended cleaner for sale online came across quite a lot of negative reviews for moduleo floors.

    People seem to be saying that they lift and gap over time and some discolouring. I've come on here and seen a thread at the beginning of this year suggests that they may have sorted out the issues.

    Has anyone noticed the flooring is poor quality or having to go back to unhappy customers?

    Or does it seem better now?

    Our sub floor is floorboards and the fitters will be laying a 6mm ply layer then a feather layer. Just including this info in case it's relevent.
     
  2. Spacey

    Spacey Active Member Pro Floor Fitter

    Nothing wrong with Moduleo it's very good quality.

    If a floor lifts or gaps thats an installation issue not a product issue
     
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  3. Joanne Taylor

    Joanne Taylor New Member

    That's good to hear, thank you Spacey.
     
  4. Rugmuncher

    Rugmuncher Member

    I love fitting moduleo, never had one go south yet.
     
  5. Joanne Taylor

    Joanne Taylor New Member

    Thank you Rug.
     

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