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Old 07-06-2007, 08:34 PM   #1
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I'm about to have some wilsonart red label laminate installed. I'm debating over the 2-in-1 padding versus the more expensive acoustic padding. In what situations would the acoustic padding be needed? Does it make difference walking over it ? I understand that non wilsonart padding would void the warranty. Laminate is being put in the first floor over the wood (plywood?) sub floor. thanks for any insight!

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I'd go with the better pad. We sell a couple different grades and you can definitely tell the difference. It's all about the sound. A better pad will absorb the sound of your footfalls and sound more like real wood, as opposed to the laminate it really is.

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I agree. Definately more comfy too.
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