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    JSM_CCPosted new reply in Flooring7/16/2013, 8:31 AM

    That makes sense. So eventually the danger could be a tripping hazard if the floor is too spongy.

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    JSM_CCPosted new reply in Flooring7/16/2013, 1:02 AM

    Stairs are not a problem. Vinyl is in the bathroom to carpet in the hall. It would seem hardie or durarock and thinset and ceramic tile would put more load on the floor than 3 l...

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    JSM_CC Created new thread in Flooring7/15/2013, 7:47 PM

    How come some flooring companies say it is ok to have 3 layers of vinyl flooring, but code says 2 maximum? Is there a specific reason 2 is maximum? Are there dangers or unsati...

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