Two Rivers Construction LLC

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What type of flooring could be installed over top of a cork floor that would both protect the cork floor underneath and be durable?

Ken Roberts of Kiss Carpet PRO answered:

Nov 4, 2014
A floating Luxury Vinyl Tile or Plank floor may fit your purpose.  They handle scratching well, are moisture resistant and avialible in a floating installation option.   You would have to be extremely ... read more
Buying an old house and renovating versus tearing down and building new: Pros & Cons?

Ashley Kuntz of Eastbrook Homes PRO answered:

May 22, 2014
Both can be costly. If you tear down, you may build it exactly how you want it - and potentially have less problems then trying to create something new out of something old. You never know what could ... read more

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