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Old 02-23-2021, 07:23 PM   #1
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Flooring

Trying to decide if click and lock vinyl is better than peel and stick vinyl flooring. Any opinions?
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I would never use peel and stick again after using the locking floor planks. JMHO
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The click & Lock is a much better quality. and easier to install and holds up better.
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Thank you. I did more research and decided to go with the luxury vinyl, click and lock flooring. The quality was much, much better and the pricing wasn't that much more. I will make sure I have the recommended underlayment that goes with it.
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We're also going to use the Calibamboo brand.

https://www.calibamboo.com/bamboo-fl...AaAq30EALw_wcB
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