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I,m going to put new Allure resilient tiles in my nook and my kitchen.My house is 30 years old built on the concrete slub.My kitchen has old vinyl floor glue to the concrete and my nook has 8 mm laminated floor put over concrete.I'm going to get rid off my laminated floor .Should I leave my underlinning (it has a special antimoister barrier) in the nook area? I'm affraid that my floor in winter wil be extremaly cold without it.Also what should I do with vinyl floor in my kitchen get rid off it and put underlinning of put tiles on the top existing floor?
How the resielient tiles react on havy sun exposure? My nook and kitchen has south sun exposure and my laminated floor aready after 4 years changed color.

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