FAQs

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How do we get the ball rolling?

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Every project begins with a FREE onsite or phone consultation, assessing your projects specific requirements and scheduling commencement of works as well as looking at your pre job needs, such as rubbish removal, site access, electrical and plumbing certificate requirements and council and or body corporate regulations.

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Should I let my neighbours know what i’m doing?

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Floor removal and strip-outs can be a noisy process, as we use equipment which have db noise levels well over 100 when more than one machine is operating at any one time.  We highly advise that you notify your immediate neighbours that works on your property are being conducted. (Happy neighbours are Good neighbours).

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Will I need to do anything else before installation of my new floor, after the old floor covering has been removed?

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Please be aware that certain floor coverings adhere differently to certain slab types and timber sub-floors. Due to this, small divit's marks and grooves may occur on slabs and marks, scratches and holes may occur on a timber sub-floor during the floor removal process.  Certain floor covering may require an element of floor preparation prior to installation.

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Are any other trades needed to get the job done?

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Power requirements are a necessity in our industry.  Our equipment consumes large amounts of amps.  Due to this we will conduct an inspection or ask you to send a photo of your power supply to ensure that your property has sufficient power to complete your project.  If the property does not have sufficient power a generator will be required at the customers expense. Wet area strip-outs require capping of all plumbing fixture and fittings.  A licensed plumber is required to disconnect and reconnect any gas fittings.  This must be conducted by a licensed plumber prior to Easystrip Floor removal arriving on site.

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Who gets rid of the rubbish?

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Easystrip Floor Removal can provide the option to remove and dispose the waste materials via bin hire.  We can co-ordinate this for you or can provide the bin yourself however it must meet the space requirement which would be designated by an Easystrip Representative.

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What if I am a part of a body corporate or lease my property?

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Site access on commercial and CBD properties can entail certain requirements to complete works, which may require isolation of lift's, smoke alarm deactivation and rubbish removal, which will be discussed on our initial on-site consultation.