I'm going to put a lino in my living room. Currently there is a carpet very fine (1st price) that I put 1 year ago. Can I put my lino on it or do I have to remove the carpet first? Thank you
It should be known if it is really a linoleum, or rather a flexible PVC coating? These are not at all the same products, and a linoleum is difficult to pose by a particular, because of the need to have cutting tools and welding.
Whether it is a linoleum or a PVC coating, laying should be done on hard ground. Put a PVC coating on a carpet, even shaved (it may be thought that this is a needle-like flat carpet), it is the insurance of important brands in furniture and chairs, see cuts and tears, eventually, in the coating.
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