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Old 10-12-2014, 06:51 PM   #15
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Thanks for the reply. I am 65 not in great shape, but. I have a friend who is great with wood an wants to help. I'll pull the carpet and he will do the wood work. Did you glue the wood to the metal in front of the couch. My wife wants to leave the tile so I'll jus use some type of transition strip.

The Karndean product I used was vinyl strips, and I did glue it. Much easier to work with than wood. But wood is great if you have someone who can do it. Good luck! David


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I have to replace my existing sheet vinyl with luxury vinyl planks and Kardean is one brand on my list. Just curious as to where you were able to purchase the flooring from?

Sorry, I did not do my reply properly. It is on the page, I hope. David


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First quality materials can be obtained from retail dealers. Not the box stores. The difference is first quality vs cabin grade. To the trade: cabin grade is seconds- aka knockoffs- or cheap. Buyer beware.
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I got a wholesale dealer to sell it to me. Being a bit ignorant of who I was calling or talking to about the Karndean product I tried to order it. The young salesman put the order under a contractor's code so I did save some money. If you call Karndean or search their web-site is how I found my source. One of the best things about their product is that it has no order. Smell the product in Lowe's or Home Depot. Big difference! Good luck in your project. David


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Great info-Thanks. There are no retail outlets for it close to me and not even one of their showrooms. With your tip, at least now I know that I don't have to scratch them off of my list. Thanks!
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