Hopefully in the next week or so (and certainly prior to Xmas), the building work at home will be at the stage I can start get the flooring sorted. (Plastering should be finished today and the 6 new hardwood doors are being fitted on Saturday.)
The builder hasnt done anything with the floor so far.... thats been my job! The floor is structured by concrete slab, damp couse, leveling compound, 125mm Jablite, 25mm Kingspan, 22mm Floorboards - which is "floating" and unfixed.
The wooden flooring I intend on buying, would normally be permanently fixed, but with it being a floating floor, it doesnt sound the right thing to do! Everywhere online Ive seen, suggest the flooring is glued down (looks similar to laying tiles!) and also nail gunned with "pins".
So as its a floating floor - should proper wooden flooring be glued and pinned in that way? Or should it float also (but panels be glued to togther as normal so its a complete floor mass.)