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Lowe's: American Olean Cellar Wood Aged Oak 6-in X 24-in Porcelain Wood Look Floor And Wall Tile $0.99 YMMV

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Lowe's has some rustic wood-look porcelain tile for $0.99 per 6" x 24" plank. YMMV!
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https://www.lowes.com/pd/American...1000181617
Item # 835192 Model # CE01624HC1PR

Use this classic look to create an impeccably finished kitchen
The brown, gray, and black tones in this porcelain looks like real wood in your home
Suitable for residential and commercial applications on the floor and wall
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Also have other styles clearanced as well.
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i wish they had a grayish on clearance
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Good price on a good product, but no local inventory in nearby stores and a $65 fee for truck delivery. Any suggestions or coupon codes to avoid this charge?
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No inventory anywhere near me but this seems like a great deal if you're able to get it.
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I'll add YMMV to the deal post, thanks for letting me know!
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how much is a install

Update...My store said about $4.00 sq. ft.
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how much is a install

Update...My store said about $4.00 sq. ft.
This would be a DIY type of thing, for it to be a SD
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$700 available a mile from me.. although I have no idea what I need it for. Not sure how well this would install in semi unfinished basement. Any thoughts?
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PEI Rating of only 3, glazed, and not for showers or wet locations. Very limited.
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$700 available a mile from me.. although I have no idea what I need it for. Not sure how well this would install in semi unfinished basement. Any thoughts?
depends on the the current floor/subfloor. you want it as level and even as possible
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I just installed a similar format tile this morning. This is not very forgiving of floor variances, even a screw that is slightly high makes a difference. However the cool part is that you want less than 33% overlap from row to row so it goes down more like wood floor than tile when laying it out.
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depends on the the current floor/subfloor. you want it as level and even as possible
Currently it's all cement with just cheapy laminate wood look on top of it that we would obviously remove first. Wasn't sure if would adhere well to the concrete or need to lay an underlayment below it
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How do you cut the stuff?
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