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Floor Levelling Sydney

THE SMALLEST FLOOR LEVELLING JOB WE WILL TAKE ON IS 50 SQUARE METRES

Here at Floor Levelling Sydney our team has been trained, licensed, insured, and equipped with all the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the most high-end, latest-model floor levelling equipment, concrete grinders, and dust extractors from the most well-known brands to get the job done safer, faster and more efficiently than our competitors while still maintaining a better price!

Our specialist team will come to ensure that your Floor Levelling job is completed in a timely fashion. To be ready for the re-installation of a new flooring system without having to worry about any issues with the installation process of your flooring system after your Floor Levelling job has been completed!

Our Floor levelling team uses only the most high-quality Self Levelling Compounds to achieve the highest quality results and customer satisfaction. We can offer a full range of Floor Levelling services from skim coats to full flood coats as well as ramping and setting of falls to drains in wet areas.

To achieve a flat subfloor, our Floor Levelling team uses primer coatings followed by a Self Levelling Compound. The Floor Preparation starts by ensuring the surface is clean and free of any contaminants. Secondly, mechanical bonding for long-term adhesion is achieved by the use of highly penetrating primers and high-quality products.

The peaks and valleys created by profiling the concrete provide an anchor to which the floor topping can bond. These Cementitious-Based Compounds are smooth in texture and the high fluidity allows ease of placement, trowelling, feathering and finish. Suitable for tiles, carpet, vinyl, parquetry, timber floors and rain-damaged concrete refurbishment.

The Self Levelling Compound can be hand mixed and applied by Hippo Mixer, Wolff Mixer, Putzmeister pump and more. The pump-applied method mechanically mixes the material and allows the product to be pumped more than 60m across a floor. The flow is easily adjusted.

We are Australia’s #1 Floor Levelling company, we provide more information for our clients than any other website in the world regarding this subject. This page has EVERYTHING you need to know. We also have links to blog posts for further information.

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We Will NEVER… EVER Be Beaten On Price At Floor Levelling Sydney
We Also Offer MASSIVE DISCOUNTS Off Our Normal Advertised Prices If You Have A Large Job!
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How Much Does Floor Levelling Cost?

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$40 – $65 Per Square Metre*

Our price for Floor Levelling is $40 – $65 per square metre* (Depending on several deciding factors).

The Cost To Level Floors can vary quite a lot from company to company or from a private contractor to a private contractor. Here at Floor Levelling Sydney, we guarantee that we’ll always have the lowest prices for your Floor Levelling project. We will always be upfront with the price to Level Floors and the Cost of Floor Levelling, with no hidden extras.

As a guide, Floor Levelling in Sydney generally costs between $40 – $65 per square metre, however, it is important to request a quote for an accurate price due to the amount of material needed to repair your floor, unevenness of your floor, the layout of your floor area, preparation works required, site access and current condition of the slab etc.

Floor Levelling is very hard to quote without a site inspection first due to several different reasons:
– How many MM may need to be ground down
– How many MM may need to be raised up

– What primer is required
– What product is being used
– Minimum Job Size: 50 Square Metres
– How many square metres require Floor Levelling
– How many bags are required to complete the job
– Access to the site (LIFT or STAIRS? and what LEVEL?)
– What service is required (General Grind? Coating Removal?)
– The condition of the concrete slab or timber subfloor being levelled
– What level of power can be provided? (10AMP > 15AMP OR 3PHASE)
– Are any repairs required? such as Concrete Crack Repairs or Concrete Cancer Repairs

Floor Levelling Costs can vary quite a lot from company to company or private contractors regarding the cost of Floor Levelling, here at Floor Levelling Sydney, we guarantee that we’ll always have the lowest price for Ardit, Ardex, Self-Leveling Concrete Floor Levelling prices in Sydney. We will always be upfront with the Cost Of Floor Levelling, with no hidden extras.

Other Floor Levelling contractors and Floor Levelling companies that Level Floors do not meet the standards that we do at Floor Levelling Sydney. We use only the highest quality products that are available on the market.

Here at Floor Levelling Sydney, we come in and do a swift Floor Preparation and Floor Levelling service for all of our clients, we Concrete Grind and Prime all floors before Floor Levelling to ensure a flawless installation without failure is done.

These prices may vary depending on a large range of factors though, so please only use this as a general guide.

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Is Concrete Grinding Required Before Floor Levelling?

Yes, Concrete grinding is ALWAYS required before floor levelling otherwise you WILL NOT get ANY insurance on the installation of our product as it’s most likely going to fail, crack, or popup within a 6-12 month period due to “Floor Preparation not being done correctly” 

You may also require concrete grinding before floor levelling proceeds if you have previously had flooring systems or coatings such as paint, epoxy, waterproofing, magnesite, stencil concrete, vinyl, lino, tiles, slate, or glued carpet floors. etc. Installed that may have been glued or cemented down to your concrete slab as they will have left a residue that will need to be ground away.

This will prevent the floor levelling agent from bonding correctly with your concrete slab. So you must grind back any glues, residues, cement, etc. To ensure that your new floor levelling agent will not fail after installation.

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How Much Does Concrete Grinding Cost Per Square Metre?

General Grind – $10 – $60 Per Square Metre*

Coating Removal – $10 – $90 Per Square Metre*

How Much Does Concrete Grinding Cost Per Square Metre? Concrete Grinding costs vary quite a lot from company to company or private contractor to private contractor. Here at Concrete Grinding Sydney, we guarantee we will always be upfront with pricing, with no hidden extras.

On average Concrete Grinding Costs $10 – $60 Per Square Metre for jobs that require a General Grind.

On average Concrete Grinding Costs $10 – $90 Per Square Metre for jobs that require a Coating Removal.

These are the factors that we take into account when quoting:
– How many layers there are
– How thick the coating is (0 – 6mm)
– How many MM may need to be ground down
– How many square metres require Concrete Grinding
– Access to the site (LIFT or STAIRS? and what LEVEL?)
– What level is the property on? (Access to the property)
– What service is required (General Grind? Coating Removal?)
– The condition of the concrete that requires Concrete Grinding
– What level of power can be provided? (10AMP > 15AMP OR 3PHASE)

Other Concrete Grinding contractors and Concrete Grinding companies that Grind Concrete do not meet the standards that we do at Concrete Grinding Sydney. We use only the highest quality products that are available on the market.

Here at Concrete Grinding Sydney, we come in and do a swift Floor Preparation and Concrete Grinding service for all of our clients. We Concrete Grind and Prime all floors before Floor Levelling to ensure a flawless installation without failure.

These prices may vary depending on a large range of factors though, so please only use this as a general guide.Concrete Grinding Sydney - Grinding Concrete Dust-Free - 1

How Much Does It Cost To Concrete Grind Your Stairs?

Stairs – $20 – $40 Per Step*

Landings – $40 – $80 Per Landing*

On average Concrete Grinding Stairs Costs $20 – $40 Per Step for jobs that require Hand Grinding.

On average Concrete Grinding Landings Costs $40 – $80 Per Landing for jobs that require Hand Grinding.

These are the factors that we take into account when quoting:
– How many MM may need to be ground off
– How thick the coating is (0 – 6mm) on the stairs
– How many layers there are (if a coating was applied)
– What level is the property on? (Access to the property)
– Access to the site (LIFT or STAIRS? and what LEVEL?)
– The condition of the concrete that requires Hand Grinding
– What level of power can be provided? (10AMP > 15AMP OR 3PHASE)
– What service is required (General Grind? Coating Removal? Flooring Removal?)
– How many STEPS and/or LANDINGS that require Hand Grinding and/or Removal
– The SIZE of the steps (Extra Wide or Extra Long Steps may increase the prices listed above)

These prices may vary depending on a large range of factors though, so please only use this as a general guide.Hand Grinding Sydney Dust-Free 1

Do I Have To Remove My Flooring System Before Floor Levelling?

Yes, you must always remove your flooring system before the installation of a new Floor Levelling product. The appropriate Floor Preparation before installing the new Floor Levelling system is also required.

To install a new Floor Levelling coating, you must ensure the following:
1) The previous Flooring System has been removed
2) All residue from the previous Flooring System has been removed
3) The appropriate floor preparation has been applied
– Concrete Cancer Repairs
– Concrete Crack Repairs
– Concrete Grinding

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Is There Magnesite Flooring In Your Property?

If your home was built in the 1920s 1980s, likely, your home (Especially unit blocks in NSW) could potentially have Magnesite Flooring. Magnesite is present below a flooring system such as carpet. Magnesite is a product used as a noise preventative and a Floor Levelling agent.

Magnesite Flooring absorbs moisture (particularly in areas prone to moisture such as external walls, doorways, around shower recesses, near windows, laundries, etc.) Unfortunately, once Magnesite Flooring absorbs moisture, it starts a chemical reaction that will cause Concrete Cancer over long periods of time.

Because your Magnesite Flooring was laid 40 – 100 years ago, it has likely absorbed moisture over the many decades that it has been trapped under your flooring system, and it has most likely started to break down and lose its strength, making it an unsuitable Floor Levelling product that it once was, as well as very hollow, which destroys its soundproofing.

The best thing you can do to prevent further damage to your property and the concrete slab is to remove it ASAP. Magnesite Flooring consists of Magnesium Oxychloride, which may contain ASBESTOS.

Since it is a health hazard and a major safety risk in NSW, if you remove your flooring system and find out there is Magnesite under it.

YOU MUST remove your Magnesite Flooring for the safety of you and everyone else in your unit block.

Strata may pay to remove your Magnesite Flooring as it is considered “Common property”. Magnesite Flooring can cause Concrete Cancer, which is a major risk to everyone’s safety as well as the successful reinstallation of your new flooring system.

NO company will give you any form of warranty or insurance on any flooring installation job on a magnesite floor, which is another reason why it should always be removed.

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Why Is It Dangerous To Skip Floor Levelling?

If your subfloor is not level, it can lead to flooring systems failing within a short period, or simply not being able to be installed at all, you will also not receive your warranty, and often no company will take on these jobs. Almost all flooring systems have guidelines that must be followed to correctly install the flooring system. Floor Levelling is an important part of the flooring installation process.

– The cost to prepare your subfloor for your new flooring system is fairly cheap.
– Skipping this process is a recipe for disaster and is extremely expensive.

It is far cheaper to prepare your subfloor correctly the first time before the installation of a new flooring system rather than skipping the process and purchasing your flooring system and installing it, only to have it fail within a short time.
This will cause the following:

1) You must hire a demolition company to come out to remove and dispose of the failed flooring system
2) You must purchase your new flooring system again
3) You must actually, pay to prepare the subfloor correctly this time
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Why Do I Need Floor Levelling?

New concrete slabs are laid to Australian standards which specify a 10mm maximum tolerance within any room and a 20mm maximum tolerance over the entire building footprint.

This makes Floor Levelling an important key to your renovation project as many concrete slabs have a variance of height exceeding the maximum recommended tolerance for laying a large range of flooring systems.

A large portion of people who install new flooring in their homes or commercial buildings fail to inspect the levelling of their concrete subfloor, which almost always leaves their floors with subtle errors and dips. Before installing your new flooring system, always ensure that correct floor preparation is undertaken before the installation of a new flooring system.

Floor Levelling may not seem like an important step when putting in new flooring. However, the concrete that acts as a base for your flooring can often have high or low points which means your concrete isn’t completely smooth and level. High points can be caused by concrete spills, contamination, and original pour errors as well. Low points can be frettings, divets, holes, and other damage such as Concrete Cancer and Concrete Cracks.

With Floor Levelling Sydney’s specialist team, we can fix any of these issues such as the raising or lowering of concrete height to accommodate these high or low points. Our Floor Levelling team is also able to create falls in the concrete slab for water-proofing purposes or to direct drains. As well as any other Floor Levelling service that you can think of that may be required before installing your flooring system, such as an Ardex Skim Coat or a Liquid Screed.
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What Is Floor Preparation?

What is Floor Preparation? Floor preparation is the process of preparing the existing concrete slab or timber subfloor to receive a new flooring system or coating while ensuring that your new flooring or coating will look great, lay flat, stay bonded, and not fail for many years to come.

You cannot skip proper Floor Preparation. Every surface needs to be clean, level, free of existing adhesives, and within moisture tolerances, for the type of flooring or coating that you will be installing.

Floor Preparation on Concrete Subfloors is the process of using Concrete Grinders to reduce the size of humps (high spots) in Concrete Slabs and a Floor Levelling Compound to fill in the low areas. This is done primarily to prepare the concrete slab for laying floor coverings with minimal tolerances.

Floor preparation on Timber Subfloors is also the process of Sanding Timber Subfloors to remove any residue that may be left from previous flooring systems. The Timber subfloor is then primed before the use of Floor Levelling Compounds to fill in the low areas to allow the successful installation of a new flooring system.

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What Floor Levelling Products Does Our Team Use?

We use any Floor Levelling product as per the customer’s request, the cost of installation may vary due to this. We can use:
– Sika
– Mapei
– Uzin
– Ardit
– Ardex
– Dunlop
– Cemimax
– Sika Floor

Floor levellers are cement-based products that come premixed or as dry substances to mix with water. Choose a product recommended for your application and mix it, if needed, following the manufacturer’s directions. Floor patches are products that help repair holes, cracks, small dips, and other imperfections.

ARDEX Australia has a range of Floor Levelling compounds suitable for internal and external use. Whether you are looking to level and smooth internal sub-floors before the installation of finished flooring, looking for a drying Levelling compound, or self-levelling concrete, ARDEX has you covered.

Our team uses a large range of Floor Levelling and Floor Priming products for every situation required. If you have any special requests, Feel free to let our Floor Levelling specialist team know!
Our two most commonly used Ardex Floor levelling Compounds are:

– Ardex K 900 BF – 90 MM – Pumpable Floor Levelling Compound
– Ardex Feather Finish – 0.1 mm – 3 MM – Feather Finish Floor Leveler
– View below for a full list of products that we use:

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How Thick Can You Pour A Floor Levelling Product?

How thick you can Floor Levelling products depends on the specific product used. Often 1mm – 50mm is the maximum thickness, although products such as Ardex K 900 BF can be applied at a thickness of 90mm. It is also possible after you finish pouring and drying the first layer, to re-prime and apply a second layer to reach a maximum thickness of 120mm.

How Thick Can You Pour Self-Levelling Concrete?

How Thick Can You Pour Self-Levelling Concrete? How thick you can pour Self-Levelling Concrete depends on the specific product used. But standard thicknesses are between 3 mm and 10 mm. However, it is possible to get options that pour as thin as 1mm and as Thick as 120 mm.

How Thick Can You Pour Liquid Screeds?

How thick you can pour a liquid screed depends on the specific product used.

But standard thicknesses are between 3 mm and 10 mm. However, it is possible to get options that pour as thin as 1mm and as thick as 120 mm.

– Bonded liquid screed thickness minimum would be 15mm

– Bonded liquid screed thickness maximum would be 80mm

How Thick Is A Standard Feather Coat?

A Standard Feather Coat is a thin layer of a Floor Levelling compound that is 0.1mm – 3mm thick and troweled over the entire floor to ensure a smooth finish.

What Are The Two Most Common Floor Levelling Products Used To Achieve Levelling Of High Variations

Our two most commonly used Ardex Floor levelling Compounds are:

– Ardex K 900 BF – 90 MM – Pumpable Floor Levelling Compound
– Ardex Feather Finish – 0.1 mm – 3 MM – Feather Finish Floor Leveler

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Can You Level Uneven Concrete Slabs?

Yes, you can Level uneven concrete slabs. Floor Levelling is an easy fix that won’t sacrifice your headroom. The easiest way is to use a Self Leveling Compound, also called liquid floor underlayment or floor resurfacer, within sections of level-cut rails.
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How Do I Make Sure My Subfloor Is Level?

When it comes to testing the evenness of your subfloor, we recommend using a long spirit leveller of at least one metre in length. This allows you to check for bumps, dips and other uneven areas, whilst also providing how many millimetres of height difference over every metre.
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Can You Use Floor Levelling Products On Timber And Concrete?

Yes, there are Floor Levelling products available for both Concrete AND Timber subfloors. Here at Floor Levelling Sydney, we specialise in both Floor Levelling on Timber and Concrete subfloors.
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Can You Pour Multiple Layers Of Floor Levelling Compounds?

Yes, it is possible to pour multiple layers of Ardit or Ardex on top of each other after they have set to raise your concrete subfloor.
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What Is A Feather Coat?

A Feather Coat is a thin layer of leveling compound 1-2mm thick troweled over the entire floor to ensure a smooth finish. A cement-based smoothing compound designed to provide a smooth, permanent finish to a variety of internal substrates such as concrete, tiles, sheet timber (plywood and particleboard), and Dunlop Floor Levellers before the installation of floor coverings such as vinyl, carpet, and ceramic tiles.
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How Long Does Floor Levelling Take?

Most Floor Levelling jobs can be completed within 1-2 days (depending on the size of the job and service required)

Jobs that are 0 – 250 square metres will generally be completed in ONE DAY

Jobs that are 250 – 1,000 square metres or more will generally be completed in TWO DAYS or more

Jobs that are 1,000 – 30,000 square metres or more will generally be completed over SEVERAL WEEKS or more
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Where Can We Provide Floor Levelling Services?

Here at Floor Levelling Sydney, we specialise in Floor Levelling in ANY location. We Level Floors At:

– Residential Properties
– Commercial Properties
– Industrial Properties
– STRATA Properties
– Government Properties
– Retail Locations & Outlets
– Any Unit Block / High Rise / Apartment
– As well as any other location required!
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Is Concrete Grinding Dangerous?

Yes, Concrete Grinding is dangerous.

Concrete Grinding without the correct PPE and power tools/equipment will create a harmful silica dust environment. It’s also possible to be injured by tools as well as injured from the Concrete Grinding process.

– SERIOUS INJURIES: Sometimes, Tiny pieces of Concrete can go flying in the air during the Concrete Grinding process. Pieces of concrete can accidentally hit your eye, causing serious damage, if not blindness. The tools required to perform this task are also dangerous to use for people who are not highly skilled in using these tools.

– ACCIDENTAL INJURIES: It’s easy to look up a guide on what tools to use, but injuries often occur from a lack of knowledge of how to use these tools safely.

– PERMANENT LUNG DAMAGE: Inhaling dangerous silica dust by not using the correct PPE and Dust Extractors can be deadly.

The longer silicosis goes without treatment, the more likely it is to develop a complication. Because the disease affects the immune system, silicosis patients are vulnerable to developing tuberculosis, lung cancer, COPD, and kidney disease.

    • Lung Cancer.
    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    • Kidney Disease.
    • Autoimmune Disease.

Breathing in very small (“respirable”) crystalline silica particles causes multiple diseases, including silicosis, an incurable lung disease that leads to disability and death. Respirable crystalline silica also causes lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and kidney disease.

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Why Do I Need A Professional For Floor Levelling?

– SPEED: Hiring a professional company to Level your Floor is incredibly faster than attempting to do the project yourself.

– COST: Here at Floor Levelling Sydney, we have very reasonable prices and offer a Price Beat Guarantee. We can often complete your project for a fair price compared to the costs of attempting to level the floor yourself. When it comes to larger Floor Levelling jobs, it will always be cheaper to leave it up to the professionals at Floor Levelling Sydney!

– READY: Rather than slowly completing your job on your hands and knees, we can complete your project within a short period of time to ensure that your home is ready for the next part of your renovation project.
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How Does Floor Levelling Work?

1) Our team will provide you with a free quote for Floor Levelling.

2) Our team will come to your property, and provide a Concrete Grinding service to prepare your subfloor.

3) Any other repairs such as Concrete Cancer Repairs or Concrete Crack Repairs will be performed at this stage.

4) Our team will now start levelling your floor.

5) Our team will clean your property.

6) Our team will take all rubbish/waste to a disposal centre for recycling.

7) Finally! We have completed your job! and your floor is ready for the re-installation of a new Coating or Flooring System.
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Is Floor Levelling Hard?

Yes, Floor Levelling can be a difficult and time-consuming project and the challenges often remain hidden until the project is underway.

If you have a Floor Levelling job that is over 10 square metres, it is considered a hard task, that will be expensive and frustrating to attempt to do yourself. It’s often cheaper to hire a Floor Levelling contractor than to hire the tools, PPE, and other equipment required to attempt the project yourself.

There are several different installation methods. We only recommend attempting Floor Levelling yourself if the project is under 10 square metres and you have the appropriate tools, PPE, and dust extraction equipment.

For jobs over the size of 10 square metres, we ALWAYS recommend leaving it up to the professionals.

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What Is The Easiest Way To Level Floors?

Simply contacting a professional company to provide the service for you will take the stress away and be fast, efficient, and clean.

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What Is The Fastest Way To Level A Floor?

Liquid Screeds:
Liquid Screeds are simply the easiest and best way to Level Floors. Although this equipment is best left up to the professionals to use. Leaving the Floor Levelling project up to the professionals is simply the fastest way to Level A Floor.

We have specialised equipment such as Liquid Screed Pumps. They are the fastest way to Level A Floor, although they are mostly only used in a commercial setting.

If Liquid Screeds are not an option our team has the highest quality and most expensive equipment to provide a Floor Levelling service without the need for Liquid ScreedsFloor Levelling Sydney - Floor Leveling Sydney 8

Do We Specialise In Floor Levelling?

Yes, Here at Floor Levelling Sydney, we specialise in Floor LevellingFrom 50 Square Metres to 30,000 Square Metres. We can do it all! Floor Levelling has become our most popular service.

Our Floor Levelling team applies tens of thousands of square metres of Floor Levelling Products every year! We are Sydney’s most well-known Floor Levelling company. You won’t find a better team in Sydney for your project! We are Sydney’s #1 Floor Levelling company.
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What Is The Best Tool For Floor Levelling?

When it comes to tools for Floor Levelling, you should stick to two options. Mixer Stations for residential work. While on commercial jobs we use Liquid Screed Pumps

– RESIDENTIAL: Mixer Stations

– COMMERCIAL: Liquid Screed Pumps
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Do You Offer Free Quotes With A Price Beat Guarantee?

– We will beat all of our competitor’s quotes by up to 10%*
– We also offer FREE quotes & site inspections
We will NEVER be beaten on price at Floor Levelling Sydney

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Do You Offer Discounts For Larger Jobs When Providing Floor Levelling Services?

Yes, we offer large discounts for larger Floor Levelling jobs while Levelling Floors. We Will NEVER Be Beaten On Price. We will always have the lowest and most competitive prices for all Floor Levelling jobs!

We Are Happy To Beat Competitors’ Quotes By Up To 10%!

Please visit our Commercial Flooring Removal page for more information on our discount prices for larger areas.
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Can You Work After Hours While Floor Levelling?

Yes, our Dust-Free Floor Levelling specialist team can work:

– Any Day
– Anytime
– 24 Hours A Day
– 7 Days A Week
– 365 Days A Year

Our team can work at any time that suits our clients while Floor Levelling. If you have time restrictions, noise restrictions, or any other restrictions or deadlines, we can make sure that we can fit them into your schedule to make sure that your job is completed in the time frame needed while still maintaining the highest quality of work standards at any time that you desire with NO additional charges!
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How Do I Work Out How Much My Job Will Cost?

How To Use A Square Metre CalculatorA square metre calculator is very simple to use. To calculate square meters, you need to know the length and width of each area (Floor plans or manual measuring can help with this). This is also referred to as the area of the shape; most commonly, it’s a simple square or rectangle, but for more advanced areas, it can be harder and different shapes.

Square metres are calculated by Length x Width
For example 1 x 1 = 1 square metre
For example 7 x 4 = 28 square metres
For example 14 x 1 = 14 Square Metres

Or you can simply email Carpet Removal Sydney your “Floor Plan” to make it easier for you. We will calculate the square metres for you, but sometimes a Floor Plan may be missing measurements (most commonly the hallways), so those may need to be manually measured, or we may need to “guess” the rough measurement of that area.
Here is an example of a floor plan sent to us with “Missing Measurements.”

How to Calculate Square Meters

You might find yourself needing the area of a room or other space in square meters for a flooring, renovation, or landscaping project. To obtain such a measurement, you can measure the area of the space in square meters in a few simple steps. Follow along to learn how to calculate it yourself, or simply use the calculator above.

Step One: Measure Length and Width

In order to calculate the area of a space, you must know its dimensions. For example, if the shape of the space is a square or rectangle, then start by measuring the length and width of the space in meters using a tape measure or other measuring tool.

If your measurements are in another unit of measure, centimetres, for example, then you can either convert them to meters first, or you can find the area in another unit and convert them to square meters. We have some simple area conversion utilities, or you can convert yourself. If your length measurements are in centimetres, then divide by 100 to get meters.

If your area measurement is in square centimetres, then divide by 10,000 to get square meters.

If your space is not a square or rectangle, you may need to use a formula to calculate the area of a different shape. Or continue reading to see how to measure the area of oddly shaped rooms.

Step Two: Multiply Measurements Together

Once you have your measurements in meters, you can use the appropriate formula to calculate the area of the space in square meters. Continuing the example above for the square or rectangular room, now that you have a length and width measurement, you can find the area in square meters by multiplying the length and width together.

square meters = length × width

Measuring Oddly Shaped Rooms

Often, you’ll need to measure a space that’s not a perfect rectangle. It might be easiest to try to split up oddly shaped areas into separate shapes and measure the square meters of each of them separately.

Once that is complete, add up the individually calculated areas to find the total area of the space. You’ll also find that the formula above works great for rectangular areas. For other shapes, try our area calculator.

For example, see the formula below to see how to add two individually calculated areas of a complex space together.

total square meters = area 1 + area 2

FAQ’s

Are Square Metres and Metres The Same Thing?

No, square meters are a two-dimensional unit of area, whereas meters are a one-dimensional unit of length.

What Does 1 Square Metre Look Like?

One square meter is equal to a square that is 1 meter in width by 1 meter in height. For visual reference, a guitar is about 1 meter in length, so 1 square meter is approximately the area inside of a square made with guitars for edges.

Are Square Metres and Metres The Same Thing?

You can use square meters anytime you wish to know the area of space. Square meters are typically used for flooring, landscaping, and agricultural purposes.

How Many Square Metres Is A 10 x 10 Room?

A 10 m x 10 m room has an area of exactly 100 square meters, as shown by:
10 m × 10 m = 100 sq m

How Many Square Metres Is A 9 x 3 Room?

A 9 m x 3 m room has an area of exactly 27 square meters, as shown by:
9 m × 3 m = 127 sq m

What Does “Per Square Metre” Mean?

“Per square meter” is used whenever you are dividing some quantity by a total area, measured in square meters, for instance, to find a unit price. For example, if you want to resurface a 60 square meter lounge room and the total cost is $3,000, then the price per square meter is $50, as shown by:

$3,000 / 60 Square Metres = $50 per square meter
$3,000 divided by 60 Square Metres = $50 / Per Square Metre

Do I Need To Turn Off My Air-con And Fire Alarms?

Yes, While we are grinding your concrete and levelling your floors, we do try to keep the dust to an absolute minimum through various methods such as dust extraction units. But Dust still may occur, so it is important that you turn off air conditioning units as well as isolate, switch off and cover your fire alarms as dust will set them off.
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Do I Need To Hire A Skip Bin?

No, Other Floor Levelling contractors and Floor Levelling companies, regardless of job size, will make you hire a skip bin, which will cost a huge amount ($375 – $1,000+) and will have to sit in your front yard for days while you deal with the annoyance of organising it and the large cost of the whole process.

Here at Floor Levelling Sydney, we come in, level your floor, and our team will sweep and vacuum your property to clean up any dust!

Then, once we are finished, we will also take all the waste to a local resource management centre for you (Recycling whenever possible), which will be far cheaper than you having to hire a skip bin and dealing with the frustration of that whole process! (On average, our clients save 60% on disposal of waste charges)
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What Equipment Does Our Team Use?

This is a small range of the equipment that we use on our projects.
Floor Levelling Sydney's Equipment - Floor Levelling Sydney

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