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Old 12-31-2014, 10:05 AM   #11
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I started to replace the carpet by floating a hardwood floor. I've found it easy and will continue next year.
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I started to replace the carpet by floating a hardwood floor. I've found it easy and will continue next year.
Looks great!!
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Brother-in-law put a wood (snap together) floor in his. It 'floats' and is not glued or nailed down. Trim only along the edges.


But don't forget to let 1 quarter inch all aroud near the walls for the expension due to cold and warm
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Mine floats, I use a piece of flooring to keep the 1/4" around the floor.
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