laminate flooring


Postby shelagh » Mon Mar 12, 2007 11:18 pm

Can you put kitchen units on top of click (laminate) flooring. we are in the process of doing over the kitchen and don't know if we should wait until the kitchen units are inplace to put down the laminate flooring.
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Postby shelagh » Tue Mar 13, 2007 7:08 pm

thanks for all the replies!?! One call to the kitchen designer at the DIY store answered the question for me- in case you are wondering the answer is no you can't put the units on top of the flooring as it has to be able to move slightly.
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Postby pockets » Wed Mar 14, 2007 12:08 am

[quote="shelagh"]thanks for all the replies!?! One call to the kitchen designer at the DIY store answered the question for me- in case you are wondering the answer is no you can't put the units on top of the flooring as it has to be able to move slightly.[/quote]

I am doing the samething to my kitchen and if you can't put the cabints on the flooring then what to do with the ref. and stove. do I have to cut around them.not a good idea if my wife tryes to move the ref. somewhere else? thanks[/quote]
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Postby flooring » Thu Mar 15, 2007 10:42 am

laminate flooring is not suitable for Kitchen.
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