04:45PM | 03/11/02
Member Since: 03/10/02
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I need help in locating a flooring that was featured in a recent Home Again episode. The episode I saw aired Sat. Mar 9, I can't tell where the house was because I was in and out of the room but the flooring type that was chosen for this particular project caught my attention. In one room they were laying down what looked to be a wood laminate floor. The strips being used were extremely flexible. There was also the feature of being able to put an inlaid border of this product around the outside of the room or whereever chosen. It was not an interlocking floor. The show then moved into another room where they were laying the same product but it looked like marble. I do remember the comment that this product has been available outside the U.S. but has just recently been introduced into the market here. Can anyone help me in locating this product?




08:34AM | 03/14/02
Member Since: 05/21/01
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That's Amtico flooring. Bob also used Amtico flooring in his own home in Cambridge, MA in season 7 show 24, you can view that online on our site under Home Again. For more information visit their website at


08:53AM | 03/14/02
Member Since: 03/10/02
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Thanks alot Homedoc for the info. regarding that flooring. We are in the process of building a new home and are at the stage where I need to picking out flooring and that product really caught my attention. Thanks for your speedy reply!!!




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