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rlmcjunk 06-22-2005 01:25 AM

Tile floor in bathroom
 
Hey all, I am new to this forum and hope to get alot (and give alot) of info here.
This is the deal, I put a snap lock type floor down in my bathroom about a year ago over my vinal, well it started worping on me and I need to replace it with some thing new. What would be the best item to put down?? I don't want to go too high so the transition form bathroom to bedroom (via threshold) looks bad or is a trip hazard. I would not mind the snap lock type thing again but I have not found any thing that is good enough to put in wet area's. All info would help. Thanks:D

Teetorbilt 06-22-2005 01:36 AM

Tile or stone is the only thing that I recommend. If you really have to go on the cheap, sheet vinyl will last until the first toilet overflow or other flooding.

Floorwizard 06-22-2005 09:16 PM

yup, tile or stone, but that might get you too high.
Sheet vinyl is the most practical.

Mannington's I core is waterproof lam.

www.mannington.com

rlmcjunk 06-23-2005 11:37 PM

New info
 
I took the floor up in my bathroom today, turns out the builder put down 3/4 plywood and then 3/4 partical board. I think I am going to pull up the partical board put down the backer board and the tile it. Does any ine see a problem with this???:D

Floorwizard 06-24-2005 05:16 PM

I see no problem with that.


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