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Old 01-19-2009, 08:44 AM   #1
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I live in Canada and see that the Co-Op Stores are selling a vinyl
plank flooring product called centurity. Has anyone tried this flooring?
It is a bit cheaper than the flooring sold by Home Depot. I hate to buy
and install before i hear from others. Thanks. this is my first post ever.
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Old 01-19-2009, 12:24 PM   #2
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I work for a Co-op store and have never heard of it. I am in Alaska though, I usally am the last to know...
Which Co-op?

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Old 01-19-2009, 08:06 PM   #3
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I haven't run across centurity. I googled it and found it but I don't know which series/ wear layer you are considering. The wear layers that are .5mm or thicker should hold up very well. In the luxury vinyl tile/ plank market, Karndean and Nafco are two of the larger players. If you have a newer Walmart close by, go look at the wood look flooring in the clothing section, that's almost always Karndean. The Karndean and Nafco products both look like a million bucks. If you are looking for peel and stick vinyl planks, be sure to do some due dilligance. Good luck!

http://www.karndean.com/newhome.asp
http://www.nafco.com/

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I live in Saskatchewan. Maybe i should just stick to the Home Depot
flooring even though it is more expensive?
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I've been fishing on Lake Athabasca 3 times! We stayed in Saskatoon each time on our trip up.

If you check on the web, you might be able to find something to compare the home depot product against. Some manufacturer's and dealers can get samples at no charge to send to you to look at. I know Kardean dealers can send free samples. Good luck with your floor!

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