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Marquee Flooring?

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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
Im looking to get a 4m x 8m flooring for my marquee.

Preferably carpet? with underlay if possible (but if not I can get that seperate)

I found one company which would do it for £170

Just wondering if anyone could advice or direct me to a place which either does
6x6m, 6x8m, 4x8m marquee flooring to buy?

or even cheap carpet per m2 (I would need roughly 32) = as long as its under £170!

Any help would be much appreciated

Thank you
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
whatsThePoint;8596096
marquee as in big tent outside in all weathers and the water runs under it


Yup.

Its gonna be on grass, but we want flooring because its gonna be for a partayy
Bit like this - Ebay no - 260601646764
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Boom123;8596153
Yup.

Its gonna be on grass, but we want flooring because its gonna be for a partayy
Bit like this - Ebay no - 260601646764

if its just for 1 night, then why not just cut the grass ultra short and use that. Any kind of carpet will be a nightmare if it rains.
#3
whatsThePoint;8596210
you want some sort of water barrier between the carpet and grass if you don't want a disaster if it rains


csiman;8596548
if its just for 1 night, then why not just cut the grass ultra short and use that. Any kind of carpet will be a nightmare if it rains.


Hence why I wanted an underlay, but I can most probably get that seperate - I saw a few 8m x 4m etc on ebay.
#4
csiman
if its just for 1 night, then why not just cut the grass ultra short and use that. Any kind of carpet will be a nightmare if it rains.


Grass + high heels = disaster
#5
whatsThePoint;8596210
you want some sort of water barrier between the carpet and grass if you don't want a disaster if it rains


Yeah of course, thats why i was going to get a Ground Sheet or Underlay. But usually some places include them when you buy the marquee flooring like the one I mentioned previously..
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Either you can use something like this http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav.jsp?action=detail&fh_secondid=10136540&ecamp=trf-005&CAWELAID=266988415 , which will probably be expensive, or you buy some big sheets of cheapo plywood and put it on the floor.
#7
peodude;8598237
Either you can use something like this http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav.jsp?action=detail&fh_secondid=10136540&ecamp=trf-005&CAWELAID=266988415 , which will probably be expensive, or you buy some big sheets of cheapo plywood and put it on the floor.


Thanks dude, the link is quite expensive but i'll see whether the plywood ends up being cheaper..

Repped!
#8
It's what we did when we last had a party, ground was too sodden so used plywood to firm it up. If you want a covering, we used some environmentally friendly groundsheet that we had lying round.
#9
u can do it rod if u b&q it

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