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ldo343

07:39AM | 03/11/04
Member Since: 03/10/04
2 lifetime posts
looking at covering 1000 sq ft in basement (dry) with peel and place bruce hardwood flooring from *****---anyone love/hate it in any room. thanks. we are thinking this over laminte b/c we like hardwood, have other bruce products in house for 10 yrs (tradtional 3/4 nail down plank), and we could install on top of concrete w/t subfloor.

ken

homebild

05:09PM | 03/11/04
Member Since: 01/28/03
693 lifetime posts
Bruce warranties may be voided if its products are used below grade in basements.

Check before you purchase and install.

ldo343

04:52AM | 03/12/04
Member Since: 03/10/04
2 lifetime posts
as long as have tested for moisture. it is engineered wood plank and says suitable for basement directly onto concrete

ken

floorguyforyears

07:16PM | 03/16/04
Member Since: 03/15/04
28 lifetime posts
I have sold this floor before, no longer carry it. The adhesive tape is much better than products from years past, but still not my favorite idea of an installation method. If you want real wood with an easy installation that can be used below grade, Bruce does offer floating wood floors that are only glued in the joints, or for an even easier installation with no glue, check out Harris-Tarkett's Tap-Tight hardwood. ********** carries it, and it is a preglued floating floor that only requires you to tap the boards together...it seals itself.


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