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Old 06-24-2009, 04:02 PM   #1
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Flooring advice

We want to put tiles in the trailer we are purchasing to replace the carpet. We currently have Pergo in the unit we are trading. The Pergo has been great and easy to maintain but we'd like a change since we are ripping the carpet out immediately. We plan to use the smaller laminate tiles like 6 x 6 that come already cut have them laid diagonally.
Any suggestions on the thickness of the tiles or the manufacturer?
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