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Old 09-20-2005, 02:57 PM  
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Default durable flooring for bathroom

I'm remodeling the bathroom and would like to know what type of flooring would be most durable in the bathroom. Resistant to water, traffic, moisture, etc.. I'm not wanting to have to redo this bathroom again any time soon.

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Old 09-22-2005, 01:22 PM  
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Default Good flooring.

Hey, I think I responded to another one of your posts about wall coverings. As I was saying in my other post, we just got done remodeling my brother's bathroom. He chose ceramic tile for the floor. This is quite a project if you're new to doing tile, but, I think all in all it'll last you a good long time. I'd say just make sure you have a good bit of time to do the project.
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Tile is forever in a bathroom, if it goes down right the first time. Check out Shluter's Ditra underlay... it's a miracle.
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