Q: The previous owner laid laminate flooring in the lounge. I need to remove part of the flooring to check the floor boarding underneath, because the floor has become springy near to the rear door. Is there an easy way to do this and preserve the laminate flooring that I have lifted?
A: If this is a click joint type floor and an expansion space was left along the side walls, Torly’s has a tool for removing panels in the middle of a room.
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