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Old 10-22-2009, 11:52 AM
Location: Las Vegas
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I had cork flooring installed in the bedrooms in my last house...LOVED IT, also it dampens sound and is very comfortable to walk on. I wouldn't think twice about using it again. Personally if your choice was to be between a laminate or hardwood I would dish out the extra money for a quaility hardwood...laminate does nothing for resale and hardwood adds value in most markets. Hardwood can also be sanded and refinished if needed...IMHO its a great investment. Personally, I don't care for tile in bedrooms...too cold and hard underfoot but I am sure there is a practical side to it in certain cases.
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