Ok. we are dumb. OK, not dumb, just tired.
We're preparing to sell our house - working tons of hours on it. Had new vinyl installed in the kitchen - looked great. Waited about 30 hours before moving in the fridge. Didn't have a hand truck (you see where this is going..) moved it on a blanket so it wouldn't scratch the new floor. Well it didn't scratch - it dug in and ripped!!!!!!!!!!! It's a small rip, about the size of a domino, but right smack in the middle! What the heck do we do now? I'll call the installer as soon as it's a decent hour.
Will I need to relay the whole thing, or will they be able to cut from the damaged piece back to the edges and just install a smaller area? I imagine when matching seams, they usually match the factory edges and it might be really hard to cut straight to match the new piece.
Note to self - buy a $30 handtruck. Easier on the body and the wallet!