Vinacork modern-floors

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trendyrendy wrote:
Does furniture leave dents (dining chairs, for example) with this flooring? - We are adding on to our home that is on piers, with a new addition built on a slab. We aren't even through building yet and my feet are already hurting! I was planning on flooring with Downs LVT flooring in the kitchen, dining, and hallways, and carpet in bedrooms (ceramic tile in baths). I'm wondering and hoping that this Vinacork would be a "softer" alternative..anybody out there with experience on how it wears, scratches, dents, costs, or how thick it is? I have to order flooring soon!!
   Comment   September 22, 2012

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This is it for flooring: vinyl and cork


Vinacork Northern Oak
Vinacork combines the durability of luxury vinyl tile (LVT) with the warmth, comfort underfoot, and sustainability of Natural Cork for an LVT floor like no other. While most LVT floors have to be installed using messy, odor-causing adhesives, Vinacork is built on a glueless HDF locking plank that can be installed just like an ordinary laminate floor. Unlike a laminate floor, Vinacork's durable and resilient LVT top layer will not chip or dent like laminate floors are prone to do. While the material cost of Vinacork may be a little more than glue down LVT, when you factor in the total installation cost including installation materials, floor prep, and extended installation time of glue down LVT, Vinacork offers a superior value!

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