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Old 09-01-2009, 10:16 PM   #1
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Updating my kitchen and dining area, trying to figure out what would be the best product. There is a 4ft crawl space under the area, live in midwest, not sure tile would be a good choice as would be concerned about the floor being too cold, adding heating under the tiles is cost prohibitive. Have been shown two different products that are tiles- Duracermaic by Congloleum and Permastone by Tarkett. They look like similar products. I have been unable to locate info on either one from people that have used the products. Hard wood is not an option because the living room that adjoins the dining area has older hardwood and would be concerned about matching unless did all at the same time which we are not planning on doing. Area is 295 Sq Ft. Has others used the tile products, if so what are your comments.

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I have been unable to locate info on either one from people that have used the products.
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Has others used the tile products, if so what are your comments.
You just haven't looked in the right places. Do a Google search, you will turn up more than you care to know about those two products. Some good some bad but mostly bad.

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Have you considered cork flooring?
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No, what is the cost compared to the other types of flooring?
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I don't know a lot about it. I've heard that it's comfortable to walk on and warmer.

There are other posts about it if you do a search.

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