Laminate with 3 walls-will it work?

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Old 07-08-07, 09:29 AM
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Laminate with 3 walls-will it work?

First, I've got 3 boxes remaining of pergo and was going to take the matching pergo out of 2 bedrooms and use all of this in the kitchen. Is it ok to use laminate flooring that has been in use?
If so, it will go into a kitchen that opens into the family room. There is carpet in the family room so the Pergo will butt up against this. Will this work or do you need a wall to butt this against? Thanks.
 
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Old 07-08-07, 04:09 PM
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Provided the material has never been disassembled, you should be OK doing what you propose. Most laminates are only good for two or three installs and then the joints go south. Be very careful taking it apart to move. If the joints are glued, your plan is scrapped. No way to get it apart without destroying it. You'll need a carpet to laminate transition piece, but the rest of your plan works.
 
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Thanks Smokey! I'll have to get going on it!
 
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