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Your floor looks great Pauline
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Looks very nice. Might consider that in the house I’m buying, except if things bounce off it...what happens when Holly flicks her tennis balls in play? Would they reach the ceiling? Lol.
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24-09-2019, 10:31 PM
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Re: New Flooring.

Originally Posted by pauline3 ->
Hi Moscow...yes I am chuffed to bits with it..eventually I would like it on my landing also the bathroom,...everyone who has seen it,compliments me on how nice and expensive it looks.

Lee who fitted it used a type of glue..left a bit of residue on the floor ,after a good wipe,no trace of it......so pleased with it.
Yes there are two types of LVT..........Click and Glued

I went for the Click , just because , for me, it was easier to lay.

Me and glue don't get on!!

And yes, it is a luxurious finish.
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Yes there are two types of LVT..........Click and Glued

I went for the Click , just because , for me, it was easier to lay.

Me and glue don't get on!!

And yes, it is a luxurious finish.


Moscow,I live in a one bedroom house,..I also had my kitchen laid with this type of flooring,..it flows so much nicer,than different types of flooring in each room..makes the downstairs look so much bigger as well.

I was going to have carpet in my bedroom,but have now decided to have the whole upstairs laid in this flooring,...what colour flooring did you have?...I would love to see a picture,

Thank you also everyone for your kind comments.
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25-09-2019, 09:48 PM
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The top photo is the LVT in the kitchen and the lower photo is a real oak engineered flooring plank in the hallway....just for comparison purposes...I'll try to post a picture of the bathroom....


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25-09-2019, 09:58 PM
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Top picture is the Howdens LVT in grey oak........I must clean that masking tape off the floor!!

Lower picture another angle of the LVT from The Flooring Superstore


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27-09-2019, 11:28 PM
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They all look fantastic,Moscow...you have done a great job!..
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Cheers, m'dear!
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06-10-2019, 11:52 PM
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It looks good! I have been doing some renovations and part of it is replacing carpet in two bedrooms with new flooring. I went with the laminate, and anyone who tells you that it just snaps together like a breeze is on dope!
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It looks good! I have been doing some renovations and part of it is replacing carpet in two bedrooms with new flooring. I went with the laminate, and anyone who tells you that it just snaps together like a breeze is on dope!

Thank you,Savvy..I agree about the laminate also..I paid a friend a number of years ago..to put some in the bedroom...I wish I hadn't bothered...a right mess he made...
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