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Mrmetrx

06:19AM | 03/21/04
Member Since: 03/20/04
2 lifetime posts
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Last December I installed laminate flooring ( Shaw Glueless ) in our Dinning Room. My wife wants in the rest of the downstair excluding bathroom, bedroom and kitchen which is already tiled. My question is what are some opinions out there about Shaw Laminate Floors. I would hate to spend the $$$ to finish the rest of the downstairs to just to find out that there is a better product out there.

floorguyforyears

02:52AM | 03/23/04
Member Since: 03/15/04
28 lifetime posts
Which flooring from Shaw are you looking at exactly?

joles6

10:39AM | 04/23/05
Member Since: 04/15/05
4 lifetime posts
The Esteem 2-Strip. It is a 1/2" glueless, Engineered Versalock flooring system

handyhoney

06:25PM | 08/23/05
Member Since: 08/22/05
8 lifetime posts
when i was looking for flooring, i really had trouble deciding what brand to go with, an article from ifloor.com proved to be a real help..there are a lot of brands out there so i really hope this helps you:

http://www.ifloor.com/articles/lam/lam.brands.html

giljoy

08:09AM | 08/31/05
Member Since: 08/30/05
3 lifetime posts


I wouldn't reccomend the shaw flooring --

I'm in the process of researching the various brands to install a floor in my home. I know several people with floating shaw floors -- the top wood layer/veneer is so thin, and the locking system isn't the best. I'm looking at Kahrs & Karelia -- seem to be much better products.
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