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sallysarahj

05:38AM | 08/22/03
Member Since: 08/21/03
1 lifetime posts
Bvflooring
Hello. I just bought a new home and am in the process of re-doing just about everything!! I wasn't prepared for it to be such a tedious job! My problem is this. My kitchen floor is 5 layers! Top is lenoleum, then 3 layers of a plywood looking board, then old pink tiles (maybe vinyl, not sure). There is a significant difference of floor height from dining room to kitchen, therefore I must take the floor out to make it an even transition. I want to hire someone, but have no idea where to find someone. Everyone I talk to is in another area of flooring. I'm in the cleveland area and would love your sugggestions! Thanks

carpetman

09:01AM | 08/22/03
Member Since: 01/26/03
542 lifetime posts
try to find a sheet vinyl installer,they are used to pulling multi layers of underlayment up,sometimes you cand find one who will do it as a "side job".(that will help with the cost)....once you get all that stuff up what kind of floor will you put down?....good luck

willies all thumbs

04:21PM | 08/23/03
Member Since: 10/03/02
55 lifetime posts
Call a store and they want to send a salesman
instead check the free classified sheets you find everywhere, many freelance installers will have an ad.
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