wood or pergo flooring


Old 04-19-02, 04:11 AM
Sharon Read
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wood or pergo flooring

I have a new three season room that I would like to put a wood floor or pergo in. I am told I cannot use pergo but I want something that I can install myself. Any suggestions?
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Old 04-19-02, 05:51 AM
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depending on the weather in your area there are several types of wood that you can use. i would recomend mahagony. you can get it at most home improvement centers and its pretty simple to install go to www.woodfloorsonline.com for more info
Old 04-19-02, 09:13 PM
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How come you can't use Pergo? You might want to try engineered wood flooring...it's a pressed wood floor that has a thin finished veneer on the surface. Looks GREAT installed, and it is supposed to be fairly easy to do.

Good luck!
Old 04-20-02, 04:29 AM
Sharon Read
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wood or pergo

I was told that pergo type flooring has a backing material that would swell with the humidity and exposure it would receive on an unheated porch. I am also considering ceramic tile. Any hints would be appreciated
Old 04-20-02, 07:27 AM
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Well, that makes perfect sense. Ceramic tile might be a good bet for a porch...that stuff is very durable and lasts a long time. Good luck!
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Floor covering for unheated area

Ceramic tile that has a frost proof rating would be the best floor covering for an area where there is no temperature or humidity control.
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