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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    That looks really good! So no problem with it when it gets wet?? I think I'm swaying more towards something like this
    No issues at all, we've had it 3.5yrs now and love it

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    We've only had it 1.5 years but the benefit over timber floating floors is you can mop it with a wet mop.

    We didn't install it but it can be done quite easily. Ours has 3/4 rounds to finish it off, so it can be finicky, but still looks great.

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    Interested in this topic as we are about to renovate and I have heard floating floorboards don't hold moisture well. So is this a floating floor or a lay down vinyl?

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    The one in my post is a floating laminate. I've had floating laminate in 2 houses in the past and never had any moisture issues.

    I do prefer hardwood (installed over timber joists) or timber floating floors, but laminate floating are so much nicer than they used to be.

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    Ours was installed on top of our cement slab.
    Looks like it clicked together same as floating floorboards to me, tongue & groove type set up

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    I've had this in two houses and best stuff ever! Just don't go for the cheapest

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    My DH installed it in our rental (while we were living there). It's lasted well and took him a day to install it in the lounge room, dining room and hallway of a 2 bedder with the assistance of a builder mate.

    I'd recommend it


 

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