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Old 06-09-2011, 12:50 PM   #1
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The reason i joined was just to tell everyone who complained about the congoleum duracuramic that I think it is absolutely wonderful. I think some of you just had people who did not know how to install it correctly. Mine has been been more than what I even imagined it would be. No problems with grout and I have had it more than two years. No scratches at all from animals and I have two with long claws. It is a little softer than regular ceramic, which I think I would have a problem with because I don't like cold floors and these are warmer. It has a wonderful look to it and have had no cracks and it cleans wonderfully. I do not have a single complaint about it so I don't know what the problem would be with those that do other than the installers. Would recommend highly!!!!

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The reason i joined was just to tell everyone who complained about the congoleum duracuramic that I think it is absolutely wonderful. I think some of you just had people who did not know how to install it correctly. Mine has been been more than what I even imagined it would be. No problems with grout and I have had it more than two years. No scratches at all from animals and I have two with long claws. It is a little softer than regular ceramic, which I think I would have a problem with because I don't like cold floors and these are warmer. It has a wonderful look to it and have had no cracks and it cleans wonderfully. I do not have a single complaint about it so I don't know what the problem would be with those that do other than the installers. Would recommend highly!!!!
And which thread are you referring to?
No one has mentioned this product in a long time and yet you felt compelled to set your personal record straight.
I look forward to more informative posts from you in the future.
What's your opinion on Chinese drywall? Bad rap because a few people who don't know how to put it up?

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Well apparently the thread had been on there for a long time, but I did not notice the date. It just seemed there was nothing but negative on this congoleum duraceramic and I have heard such good things about it and my experience had been great. I do hear a bit of sarcasm in the replies to my comments and that's ok if it makes you happy. No, I don't know a thing about chineese drywall and don't plan on putting any up, but my dad was a contractor for only about 50 years and I learned quite a bit from him. One thing he did teach me is make sure to check someone out before you have them install anything. I did and they did a wonderful job and I have gotten so many compliments from people on my floor. I was just really surprised at the comments I received on this and I won't be sending anymore messages because it sounds like you people aren't serious anyway.
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Well apparently the thread had been on there for a long time, but I did not notice the date. It just seemed there was nothing but negative on this congoleum duraceramic and I have heard such good things about it and my experience had been great. I do hear a bit of sarcasm in the replies to my comments and that's ok if it makes you happy. No, I don't know a thing about chineese drywall and don't plan on putting any up, but my dad was a contractor for only about 50 years and I learned quite a bit from him. One thing he did teach me is make sure to check someone out before you have them install anything. I did and they did a wonderful job and I have gotten so many compliments from people on my floor. I was just really surprised at the comments I received on this and I won't be sending anymore messages because it sounds like you people aren't serious anyway.
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Ron why are you calling me honey? How do you really know that I am a honey. If you were my husband you could call me honey, I am not your honey. Why the heck do you have a problem with a good product? My contractor who put this product loved this product; much better than than ceramic itself. He said it was much easier to install, not all the cutting and also found it to be much more durable than ceramic itself. I don't understand you Ron; do you think only men should be sharing on this thread or on this site? Get real and try to be of this century. I only wanted to share a good experience with a good product; if I need advice on any house projects I can ask my brother who also is a contractor and one of the best and really loves my floor also and ask me to send him the product so that he could get it for his kitchen. Try to be a little more open minded and perhaps more ladies will share some of their great ideas with you.

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