Jan 14, 2020 1:14 pm
Doing a complete renovation at the moment with new kitchen/lights/bath/laundry involved. We are in the process of opening up the room to move the kitchen into a new area. Original plans was just to go over tiling with some sort of hybrid SPC flooring.
However since we are moving into an area that was previously carpeted - we will need to make up the difference in height - or live with a step.
My other option is to just remove all tiles and start from scratch...
whats your thoughts?
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