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Old 06-14-2017, 03:38 AM   #1
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Another coretec+ job in travertine look.
Thing is this has to be installed in block pattern.
So depending on the layout you could be short with a 10% waste factor.
Then try installing it in an old mobile home. Clearance around door casings are almost impossible given the required gap.
But.... the product is amazing to work with.
Sorry the pics do not do it justice.


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Ooh, that looks nice! Does it have to be glued down or does it click/secure together somehow? How thick is it? Where do you buy it?

Something like that might be nice for my laundry room!


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Its click and 8mm thick which is similar to laminate 5/16 in. This product has agglomerated cork on the back as an attached cushion. Others attach rubber of foam, some do not have an attached underlay.
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I install miles of this flooring👍🏿
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Cant really read it. What is it?
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Core-tec HD. 6' long x 9" wide
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Isn't it great?
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Love the stuff 👍🏿
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What kind of coretec do you think would be best for a laundry room area with heavy traffic? Cat claws, dog claws, people dragging laundry baskets, dirt coming in from the back door...
I'm thinking Coretec might be the way to go for that area.
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Like a mud room?
Ceramic tile.


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