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Old 12-01-2010, 12:15 AM   #1
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Hello; I have a kitchen floor wich is very big. I think is about 15 feet
by 15 feet. I can not find a linoleum which is 15 feet wide.
I hate to join two pieces with a seam and a two inch wide wood strap
on top of the seam. Besides, the floor is concrete and the strap screws do not work.
Do you know of a linoleum 15 feet wide?
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Old 12-01-2010, 07:45 AM   #2
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You can special order some vinyls 15' wide. Straps haven't been used on lino for 50 years. Now they are seamed.

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THANKS. Can you please tell me where I can special order?
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You will probably need to go to a local carpet store. Not a big box. It would be hard to get a 15' vinyl shipped to your home.
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Rusty,

Are you sure anyone makes 15' wide sheet goods? I remember Domco making 4 meter wide stuff, but never seen/heard of 15'. But of course I haven't dealt with vinyl in many years.

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There's a local store here that advertises they have 12', 13'2" and 15' vinyl. I suppose it could be old stock. I haven't installed any. I don't deal with them.

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