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Author: Juan
Date: 6/10/2008 9:37 pm EDT
Is it alright to put the tiles on top of a laminate underlayment, or is it wrong and not recommended.
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Author: Journeyman
Date: 6/10/2008 10:47 pm EDT
Not a good idea. Laminate flooring is "throw-away flooring" and should be removed.
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Author: Jan Mickelsen
Date: 7/22/2008 1:20 pm EDT
We have a cement floor family room on the main level not basement. It has had tile and has slight ripple from glue, is it possible to put the paper foam that is used for laminate wood down to make it a smoother surface and then install the new floor? We would prefer not to have to re-cement the entire room, it is level enough.
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Author: Chris
Date: 7/22/2008 9:11 pm EDT
Avaire tile can be install over Quiet Warmth, a heated floor system that uses a dense pad similar to laminate flooring underlayment. I don't see a problem using the pad under Avaire tile.Remember to ensure your floor is flat within tolerance and you will be fine.

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Author: Joe Fuller
Date: 6/19/2008 12:43 am EDT
Do you mean lay over laminate with underlayment or lay over just the underlayment for laminate? If the answer is underlayment for laminate then yes you can. thanks
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