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thats what I wanted to hear. Will be removing them directly, thanks
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Default some fuzzy stuff

Dog house carpet- couch base, curb side runs and a little booth
well, I can't delete Annies photo
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If you are doing engineered wood, and adhereing that to the floor- put them in your spare parts bin. Those walls aren't going anywhere.
Same for luxury vinyl planks...?
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Since LVP are less in depth as engineered wood-there is NO structural lateral intergrity
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Since LVP are less in depth as engineered wood-there is NO structural lateral intergrity
So what does one do then?
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As Ron mentioned- you may have to recess them in the floor.
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We have completion- sort of- installed captains area with carpet, dash, booth, and bedroom floor. Tomorrow- bed base, wheel well and then its time to clean and bring in the furniture. Ernie
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We really have completion, this time
In the middle of 2nd photo is a piece of carpet thread. not a flaw
the floor was designed by Rick, Blanche, and the children.
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We really have completion, this time
In the middle of 2nd photo is a piece of carpet thread. not a flaw
the floor was designed by Rick, Blanche, and the children.
Did you check that booth carpet one last time?
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Here are some pictures of Ernie's finished work. Enjoy!

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