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Old 02-27-2019, 10:10 PM   #1
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Vinyl Floor Replacement

Has anyone had luck replacing the vinyl flooring without it separating at the seams or buckling?

I've read through years of posts and would like to hear if anyone has been able to put down an interlocking plank floor that lasts.

Stored in the Pacific NW, the trailer is exposed to 20 degrees on occasion, so not terribly cold.
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We are just starting to replace ours. We chose Smartcore Pro (tm) vinyl plank flooring available at Lowes. It is waterproof and specified for installation in environments where post-installation the temperature range is between -25 and +155 degrees F. This is by far the widest range we found. It must be stored and installed between 55 and 85 F, but after installation the wider range applies.

I will post during and after installation but am not going to be able to start for a month or so.

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We are just starting to replace ours. We chose Smartcore Pro (tm) vinyl plank flooring available at Lowes. It is waterproof and specified for installation in environments where post-installation the temperature range is between -25 and +155 degrees F. This is by far the widest range we found. It must be stored and installed between 55 and 85 F, but after installation the wider range applies.

I will post during and after installation but am not going to be able to start for a month or so.

Al
Al and Missy,

Just curious how your installation went. I am looking to remove the old vinyl flooring and looking for replacements. I see all types of suggestions in the Forum but your selection seems to be the best quality and fit for temperature and moisture variations. Hope it went well. Pictures and any lessons learned would be appreciated. Thanks. Michael
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