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Old 11-20-2014, 01:01 AM   #1
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Default US Floors COREtec plus LVP

Any one have hands on experience with this floating lvp.
I have a customer that I was trying to steer towards IVC Invincible
Lvp because I have installed thousands of feet of and love the product.
The customer did not find a color they liked but did find one they like in the COREtec.
I watched a installation video and it looks pretty straight foreword.

I was curious if you could install it in reverse (if you have to back fill a area)
Also can it be cut with the magnum sheer ( because its thicker and has a cork backing)
I haven't seen the product in person but hear it looks more like real hardwood the most other LVP.
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I installed the flooring ( just under 600 ft. ) last week.
It was awesome stuff to install.
Goes together pretty much like quick step laminate.
Cuts great with the shear, jig saw, and trim saw for rio cuts.
The cork back really deadens the sound when walked on.ImageUploadedByFlooring Forum1419210562.792986.jpg
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Old 12-22-2014, 01:39 AM   #3
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I sell and install tons of the stuff. Awesome product. Easy install.
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Installed similar stuff, love it. Seen it in restaurants as well. Some of it is commercial rated.
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Great product, I highly recommend it. I think they recently changed the lock system on it.
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What is a rio cut?
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What is a rio cut?

I should proof read more often ...
I meant "rip cut " or a length cut.
Since this post I have installed miles of this floor, and I love the product!

The HD version is real nice.
Last week we did a core-tec floor with 3 different widths.
Tomorrow I start an 1800 sq. ft. project.
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What is a rio cut?

I should proof read more often ...
I meant "rip cut " or a length cut.
Since this post I have installed miles of this floor, and I love the product!

The HD version is real nice.
Last week we did a core-tec floor with 3 different widths.
Tomorrow I start an 1800 sq. ft. project.
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