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Offline Michael Kellough

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Looking for advice from a French flooring expert
« on: September 27, 2016, 01:45 PM »
I've been asked to help choose some kind of engineered flooring to be installed on a concrete floor in Paris for a sculpture exhibition.

The large rectangular room is open to corridors at the four corners so there will be four transitions from concrete to "wood" and vice-versa so the installed thickness should be kept low.

The flooring installation might be temporary as well as the exhibit so it should not be a glue down installation.


Any suggestions for contractors, brands or suppliers in the Paris area will be very welcome.

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