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    Default new floor in bedroom...ever use this stuff?

    http://www.*********.com/prel80/HDUS...4+5009&pos=n10


    my fiance wants this floor in the bedroom....ever use this stuff?

    installs easy, or are there things I should be aware of?


    also, what about this?

    http://www.low*s.com/lowes/lkn?actio...B03&lpage=none

    description says easy install....blah blah blah....

    jsut wondered if anyone out there used this, and if you have any tips for easy install.....and how is it working out>?

    thanks


    al
    Last edited by Cass; 01-20-2007 at 03:14 AM.

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    I installed it before. It's very easy to install and installed right it looks great. I don't have it in my house so I can't really tell you how it is holding up but, if I'm remembering right, the manufacture gives 20 years warranty.

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    I had it in my kitchen and we really liked it at first. We eventually grew to hate it, though. We have tile in that kitchen now, but like you, are considering it for the bedroom (which is currently the only room in the house that is not tiled) to replace the carpet. I think that in a smaller room, with less trafic, it will be excellent.
    The problem we had was that it showed everything in a large sunlit room. Footprints, dust, etc... But like I said, I think it will be perfect for a bedroom.

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    That flooring doesn't handle moisture well. If it's a bedroom shouldn't be a problem unless you piss on the floor when you're drunk.

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