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06-14-2019 09:49 PM
Goose93 We have the glue down stuff in 3 rent houses. It is tough and even seems to resist furniture dragging marks. We keep an extra box incase we get enough damage and have to replace. We glue them to keep pet urine from leaking beneath it. We have painted cement, tile, painted wood floors and carpet and tenants seem to like this the most. It also looks good. Can't think of the brand off hand, but it is from HD.
06-14-2019 03:05 PM
hurricane matt
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Originally Posted by texasislandboy View Post
Shoot some names of brands to look into.

Petfloors.com

Really nice even to walk on barefooted. It's just enough give to it and wicked tough.
06-01-2019 11:07 PM
1fisher77316 Just buy a good quality vinyl plank floor and follow the installation directions. You won't be sorry and neither will the people buying your home. It's Texas tough!
Tight lines!
04-21-2019 07:07 PM
Echoduck
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We did our whole house after Harvey. We used Shaw vinyl flooring "Floorte" product and very happy with it.
https://shawfloors.com/flooring/vinyl
Floor photos
04-21-2019 05:17 PM
Echoduck We did our whole house after Harvey. We used Shaw vinyl flooring "Floorte" product and very happy with it.
https://shawfloors.com/flooring/vinyl
04-07-2019 04:47 PM
jeffm66 We just did the whole house. so far so good, Lifeproof from Home Depot.
04-07-2019 04:15 PM
iridered2003 look into allure brand. just installed about 600 ft and love the way it goes in. to easy and looks great
04-05-2019 03:05 PM
daddyeaux
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I have 2000 sq. ft. of tile. Can I go directly over the tile with a floating floor. Wanting that hand scraped wood look.
You can but your floor needs to be very smooth. Remember the floating floor is going to mimic the subfloor. If your tile is not smooth neither will the floating floor and you may end up with cracks at the tongue and groove joints. You can skim float the tile first before installing over it to correct this problem.
03-31-2019 07:12 PM
rancher I have 2000 sq. ft. of tile. Can I go directly over the tile with a floating floor. Wanting that hand scraped wood look.
03-24-2019 12:46 PM
Astro#2 I would recommend the floating style over the stick down.
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