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Old 04-16-2012, 06:53 AM   #1
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I have an large area that needs some kind of waterproof floor, regular laminates lift- thinking about Allure high traffic floor but saw some reviews that made me very scared- http://ottoblotto.blogspot.com/2009/...ng-stinks.html - I have small child in the home & can't use anything that has a potential for health risk!! Does anyone know if his is true? Is it just the "glue strip" floors or all Allure flooring?? What are my options? Tile is such a huge expensive job, are there any other brands that make waterproof laminate that done can suggest? I am very concerned about now using this brand!

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For any type flooring to work your going to have to figure out why there's moisture in that area.

What's there for a subfloor?
Crawl space, slab ECT.?
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The reason I want waterproof is not because of moisture problem, it is because I have a built in pool right off the area that I want to cover, and kids / adults running in an out of house have ruined laminate floor & rugs are not an option- was considering tile floor but $$ and I like to look of wood, although there are wood look tiles they are $$ and very involved process- this would be much easier and if works would solve all problems.

My concern is issues I've read about what I think might be the floor w/glue strip.

This floor would go over a slab.
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