10:27PM | 08/08/04
Member Since: 08/08/04
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I am planning to have engineered wood put in for my 2nd floor condo - float on concrete, about 900 square feet.

I got a good quote from a local company. (Northern California, East Bay) $8.50- $9 installed. I can't find any info on the manufacturer - Ekowood. How is this product? I have seen more info on other brands like Kars & BR111.

We liked Junkers but it is more expensive.



12:11PM | 08/09/04
Member Since: 08/27/03
254 lifetime posts
you get what you pay for usually.

Kahrs is the best IMO.

I have never heard of the brand you speak of.

Hardwood Guy

01:50PM | 08/18/04
Member Since: 11/30/02
36 lifetime posts
Hi folks! Been awhile.

I've dealt with the brand in question and wasn't impressed with it, but as Floorcraft mentions or tries to allude to "there's a product for everybody's budget"

Kahrs is very high quality along with WFI in the floating floor category.

Ken Fisher



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