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Question DetailsAsked on 11/9/2015

Is it possible to lay linoleum flooring atop in-floor heating? I want to replace current laminate wood with vinyl

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Yes my kitchen and bath both have the vinyl flooring that is 15 years Old. My home has a concrete slab that is heated with hot water. I am planning to replace the carpeting in the living room and bedrooms with vinyl. One issue that I have seen is that the vinyl has yellowed over time. I'm assuming that it is caused by the heat. It seems that tans and browns fair better. I'm planning on a faux hardwood floors.

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Answered 4 years ago by Mike8pa




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