Flooring Project Guide
The best projects have good plans
From identifying what you want to achieve, to choosing your style and product and then actually making it all happen, there’s a lot to think about.
We’ve developed a range of simple planning tools and resources to help you set your tasks, organise your contractors and stick to budget.
A few hours planning at the beginning, is likely to make sure you get what you want, when you need it and without the headache.
Whether you’re just putting down a floor, or it’s part of a larger project, the only way to avoid snags and make it go smoothly is to plan it.
We’ve created an easy editable timeline for you, listing most of the things you’ll have to think about, and also let you add your own.
Download our Project Plan template now.
Everyone wants to deliver on time, to plan and on budget.
It’s a good idea to set your budget right at the beginning so there’s no surprises. It’s more than just choosing the right floor – you need to consider things like underlay, current floor uplift and furniture removal.
Download our handy budget template.
It’s important to have all your contacts in one handy place. In case you’re late home and the other half needs to call someone, or your contractors need to get a hold of each other, or of you even.
Create your project contact list, and keep in a central place where everyone can find the right details for the person they need.
Download our contact list template.
It can cause a bit of disruption when you replace your flooring, but with good planning you can make sure everything goes smoothly over the installation process.
It’s important to set the right expectations at the start – it is a big job but with good planning you can make sure there’s as little impact as possible on your day to day life.
There will be a bit of disruption and you won’t be able to use the room or rooms that are being floored but with our step-by-step checklist you can make sure you’re doing all the right things to make your project as easy as possible.