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Old 12-06-2018, 02:32 PM   #11
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As for flooring, it may not interest you, but the wife decided that she wanted to replace the carpet in the living/dining area with some kind of vinyl wood-look flooring. In addition, she also replaced a couple of feet in the hallway going to the bedroom.



While we had it done in Utah, there may be a number of places that could do it.


Here is a link to some pictures for the flooring. (Incidentally, when taking out the old carpet, there is A LOT of staples that have to be removed. That took a lot of the installer's time.


Jo's Hallmark Vinyl Plank Flooring


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Old 12-07-2018, 09:53 AM   #12
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As for flooring, it may not interest you, but the wife decided that she wanted to replace the carpet in the living/dining area with some kind of vinyl wood-look flooring. In addition, she also replaced a couple of feet in the hallway going to the bedroom.



While we had it done in Utah, there may be a number of places that could do it.


Here is a link to some pictures for the flooring. (Incidentally, when taking out the old carpet, there is A LOT of staples that have to be removed. That took a lot of the installer's time.


Jo's Hallmark Vinyl Plank Flooring


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That looks real nice. Why did you elect to not go all the way past the door?

Staples - I think I have already pulled 100+ that were not seated all the way. Walking around in socks looking for the little buggers.
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Old 12-08-2018, 04:53 PM   #13
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That looks real nice. Why did you elect to not go all the way past the door?

Staples - I think I have already pulled 100+ that were not seated all the way. Walking around in socks looking for the little buggers.

Duane,


We have a side bathroom, and much past the bathroom door, the wall between the bedroom and bathroom curves and isn't a straight 90-degree turn. It would have been a pain to cut the vinyl plank flooring to match the curve.


We had the job done by a gentleman in Kanab, UT that is affiliated with the furniture store that sold us the flooring. He had originally quoted us a price that was exceptional, but after seeing the amount of time and physical labor to do the job, we told him that he needed to charge us more for labor. We didn't need to add to his problems with going further into the bedroom.


Besides, I like having carpet under foot when I first get out of bed.


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We had the job done by a gentleman in Kanab, UT that is affiliated with the furniture store that sold us the flooring.
So is this a floating, interlocking plank product?
Any issues after using it for awhile?

What about the off door slide?
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Terry,

Your new flooring looks very nice!!

Did you do both sides of the peninsula?

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Old 12-11-2018, 10:31 AM   #16
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So is this a floating, interlocking plank product?
Any issues after using it for awhile?

What about the off door slide?

Partly. The flooring is glued down, but the planks do interlock. We've only had the flooring since about June or so of this year, but so far, no problems. As for the kitchen slide, there is nothing showing from the times we've operated that slide. However, the slide rollers are stationary, so the slide doesn't seem to make contact with the flooring.


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Terry,

Your new flooring looks very nice!!

Did you do both sides of the peninsula?

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No. Wife only did what was in the pictures. The linoleum is still in the kitchen area. If you look at the very last picture at the link in the previous comment, it shows the planking ending. It angles from the entry door over to the corner of the kitchen counter.


Not visible in the pictures is the piece of carpet that we had made into a "rug" to put over by my computer desk so that my desk chair wouldn't be rolling around every time my oversized body moved in it. The rug is cut just small enough that it doesn't cover but one floor register for the furnace.



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