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Wags

12:25PM | 02/18/04
Member Since: 02/17/04
11 lifetime posts
Bvhvac
We are under construction on a new home. The radient floor is down and now we need to know what type of wood flooring is best with this type of system. I know you can't nail the floor down. I have asked several people that sell flooring and even our heating contractor. No one can give me a good answer. I'm sure I'll have to use a laminate or manufactured product but which one? Can anyone give me some insight and manufactures names? We will have to make a decision soon!

plumber Tom

02:20PM | 02/18/04
Member Since: 05/10/03
801 lifetime posts
To get a general idea of radiant floors visit www.wirsbo.com

Wags

03:25AM | 02/19/04
Member Since: 02/17/04
11 lifetime posts
I already have the tubing in and it will be ready for floor covering soon. I know all about the advantages of this type of heat but I need to know if there is a type or brand of wood flooring product that is better suited to this type of system. I would like the look of real wood but I know I can't nail so that is out. I guess my choices are manufatured laminate or laminate (glued or snap together). I would like recomendations on brands or what to look for. Thanks.
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