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New Carpet or Laminate?

Posted by nwroselady (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 20, 12 at 13:22

I just bought a 1986 manufactured home which has carpet throughout. The previous owner had the carpet cleaned but it had some stains so I got a carpet allowance. I would prefer either wood or laminate flooring, but I put laminate into a previous house I owned and my feet froze all winter. What should I do? Do those of you with laminate have this problem?


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RE: New Carpet or Laminate?

See if you have any insulation underneath your floor. Even with insulation, laminate will be colder than carpeting. We had stained beige carpeting replaced with laminate and love it, but I do wear fuzzy slippers :-)


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RE: New Carpet or Laminate?

Hate wood/laminate floors for that reason. I want to be warm. No need for fuzzy slippers if you have carpet.


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RE: New Carpet or Laminate?

I have laminate flooring thru out and love it. Yes it goes get a bit chilly in the winter, but I wear fuzzy slippers also. I never go barefooted anyway. Always something on my feet.


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