Yes you can!
Lumber Liquidators says this: When covering existing vinyl tiles or vinyl floors, first determine if the vinyl is well secured and in good condition, any waviness, tears or unevenness must be repaired prior to installation. Paper-backed vinyl offers a good base to install over, however, flexible cushiony vinyl usually glued around the perimeter should be removed because these allow too much seam movement. Laminates seams can tend to separate or even crack if not supported well. In addition; some laminate styles do not have a pad pre-attached to the back, therefore you would need to select an underlayment. If your laminate already has a pad pre-attached, no additional padding would be required.
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Hi! Yes, you can. There are some requirements for it to work, as explained in this article:
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Hi Theresa, yes you can! Hope this helps you out!
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Yes you can, but make sure it is in decent condition, no cracks. You want your floor to be level. You will also have to use a vapor barrier underlayment when placing laminate over the linoleum.
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You sure can! We’ve done it and it looks great. :)
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You likely could but it’s really not the best idea. The laminate could fail or you could void the warranty if you layer up. Plus you’ll have two different floor levels meeting other rooms which is a tripping hazard.
You can but I would recommend putting down luan first.
I don't see why not. I've put linoleum over linoleum. You will still need a layer of padding to go under the laminate, which may change your base board hight. But seems like this is doable.