Torlys made laminate pretty much perfect. Their locking system is one of the best in the world therefore I would choose Torlys laminate over any other product. Torlys also offers longer planks. I would install in direction A.kevkwan wrote: ↑Jan 19th, 2018 8:30 amIn the process of deciding between the Kronotex Superior Evolution 12mm (7" w x 60" long) and the Torly's Elka 12mm (7.5" w x 49" long). Between the Kronotex and Torly's which is a better product and why?
I am trying to figure out which way to best lay down laminate flooring. Should I lay it down as A throughout the entire basement (not including the Mech and Workshop area) or should I lay it down as B? Initial thought tells me I should run it as A, but I'm not sure since if running it B will make the room look wider and nicer? The large open area measures approximately (36' long x 17' wide), theatre room measures (17' long x 15' wide)
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