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My daughter and I are having a home built and we are having a sunroom added which the builders are giving to us, however we will have to pay or the flooring. I am trying to decide what kind of flooring to put down. We will have heating and air conditioning put in the sunroom and it will lead to the outside. I want a floor that will withstand my granddaughter coming in from the pool. The expense has already gotten to be a little more than I had anticipated and so I decided to try to do the floor my self. I was looking on the net and found something called cushionstep flooring. I dont know much about with the exception of what I read. I would like to know what kind of flooring is best for my sunroom. Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated.

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I would use tile. In the winter it will store heat during the day and keep it warm in the evening. And very easy to clean.
 

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Hi Lady & Bob,

Cushionstep? Sounds like a soft vinyl? The exact opposite of what you need. Listen to Bob, you need ceramic or porcelain tile? Where do you live?

Jaz
 

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We are using stucco colored (orangish) tile for our sunroom
We also have a pool out back & a hot tub
So something that will withstand water was important

How big is the room?

I'll be tiling it myself
Its a step by step process that most people can do
 
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