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Old 12-23-2011, 04:37 PM   #1
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Can you use trex or any other composite floor in a bathroom?


I have a few rental properties and my biggest hassle is keeping the flooring in the bathrooms stable. I have used pergo, ceramic tile, vinyl and none of them have faired very well under the stress of tenants who don't take care of them. I recently saw a home improvement show and it looked like they put down some sort of composite decking in the bathroom and I thought that might be an answer for me. Any pro's and con's to this idea?

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