Hello, I am on complete overload after looking at flooring. We are installing flooring into our new home and wanted as close to real hardwood look as possible (We have 3 dogs).
After countless hours of reading we decided we were going to look at vinyl planks. However, after looking at them, they were made of nothing. We are going over leveler on a subfloor in the living room and lauan with old glue on it in another room.
I wanted something with a little thickness to absorb from the old subfloor. Does anyone have any recommendations as to whether laminate or vinyl planks are the better option?
We looked at: Mannington Adura, Karndean, Armstrong, and Shaw HGTV. My eyes are going crossed and I don't even know what I'm looking at anymore. Every company makes a laminate, vinyl, plank, lock, regular, non-plank, etc, etc, etc.
Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks!