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johns77

05:04AM | 12/26/08
Member Since: 09/18/08
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I bought this laminate flooring @ Home Depot a couple of years ago. Just recently I remove a small knee-wall and needed 2 boxes to blend the area left by the knee wall. I could not find the PH 4577, it was discontinued. I ended up getting a similar Pergo flooring, Presto 04709 and improvised.

The tongue and groove style change so they would not match, however, the two styles were close if you put them together using the grooves on both. When put together the new style was slightly higher, all I did was removed a small amount from the top of the groove until it was level when put together. I then glued the joint together. Since the area I was filling in was only one plank wide this was the only alteration I did. This worked for me.

BV000987

05:06PM | 05/08/13
I saw on BOBVILA site that you need 1 box of :

"Need Pergo Presto PH4577 Red oak" (Discontinued)

I have a box of 7 panels, w an additonal one of almost a full panel and about 8-10 assorted sized pieces.... in Staten Island, NY... zip 10314.,

Are you near bye and make me an offer...

BV000987

08:32AM | 05/09/13


BV000987

05:06PM | 05/08/13

(More information - Sorry in my previous email to Bob Vila's audience, I did not add my email address to the body of the below announcement - Kindly respond to broudsmom@aol.com Thank You)

I saw on BOBVILA site that you need 1 box of :

"Need Pergo Presto PH4577 Red oak" (Discontinued)

I have a box of 7 panels, w an additonal one of almost a full panel and about 8-10 assorted sized pieces.... in Staten Island, NY... zip 10314.,

Are you near bye and make me an offer... Broudsmom@aol.com
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