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Cramato
Jul 9, 2002

Beware the curse!

I have a linoleum floor in a basement room. I don't like the linoleum and I want a wood or wood-looking floor instead. Am I okay to go right over the linoleum with a wood/ engineered wood / laminate floor? If so, is one better than another?

The linoleum is affixed directly to the concrete slab. The linoleum is securely stuck down, in good condition with no holes or anything.

If this would work, is it better to float the floor, or should I affix it in some way? I'm in Atlanta, where it gets pretty humid in the summers.

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