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|Cindy: Hello! I have one more question...Last week I was told that I could put the loose lay vinyl plank flooring directly over my laminate/tile floor, which is fantastic! My question is, what do I need to put down in my two carpeted bedrooms to bring the floor up to the height it needs to be? Any suggestions?|
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Cindy: Hi Eric
Eric: How are you Cindy!?
Cindy: great, how are you doing?
Eric: I am good!
Eric: You can put down luan or playwood sub floor. Is the floor under the carpet concrete or wood?
Eric: Really there isn;t much you can put over concrete to raise the floor up. You might just have to use a trim to deal with the difference in height.
Cindy: I couldn't glue something down over it? Just asking, I'm clueless, lol
Cindy: Just don't want transition strips if i can help it.
Eric: Not really. You can get subfloor solutions, but I am not sure what they cost because you can't just put plywood down over the concrete.
Eric: You could just take out the laminate you have to alleviate this issue.
Cindy: True. Or I could recarpet, as much as I hate the idea
Eric: You could. I am not a fan of carpet either so I understand not wanting to do that!
Cindy: Well, I'll have to think about this one. I was sooo excited to think I wouldn't have to tear out everything & haul it away, darn it!
Cindy: But thanks for the info. Now I have to decide on a color, and what to do about the bedrooms so that I can place my order. Thanks!
Eric: Of course. If you have any other questions please feel free to let us know!
Cindy: I will. Thank you so much, I'm sure I'll think of more questions, lol
Cindy: Have a great day, Cindy.