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Help Please with Laminate. Armstrong Laminate - Rustics Premium

Posted by misterz (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 18, 11 at 13:14

Installing laminate in living room over concrete slab. Room has heavy traffic and natural light.

After researching looking for a low gloss, rustic, distressed light colored laminate. Better to hide scratches, etc.

Armstrong premium rustics seems to fit the criteria.
http://www.armstrong.com/flooring/laminate/rustics-premium/floors-10339.asp

Anyone have direct experience with that line? Or recommend another brand of handscraped or distressed model that will fit our needs?

The choices are mind boggling. Please make a decision for me. I give up:)

Thank you!!!!


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RE: Help Please with Laminate. Armstrong Laminate - Rustics Prem

Armstrong makes some very good laminates. Since I don't know which one your looking at its sort of hard to recommend.


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RE: Help Please with Laminate. Armstrong Laminate - Rustics Prem

Hi thanks for the help. Narrowed it down between:

Armstrong Rustics Premium:
12mm thick, 50"L, 5"W, low gloss, Rolled Edge/Rolled Ends, lock n fold, residential 30yr, commercial 5yr, AC3
or
QuickStep perspectives:
9.5mm thick, 54.5"L, 6"W, low gloss, deep bevel w/distinctive grooved edges, uniclic, residential lifetime, commercial 5yr, AC4

Heard locking system is better on quickstep.


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