Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Tile and Wood Flooring

I had a customer who's bathroom was half carpet- half linoleum flooring. They wanted to remove it all and replace with tile. Here are the results!

BEFORE:


AFTER:

Tile laid on brick pattern




I also had a customer who had a guest house that was affected by the recent flood. They had carpet and were tired of it getting ruined anytime it flooded. They didn't want to spend a lot of money either because the house doesn't get used often and it does seem to flood a lot. Our solution was to use a white wood 1x6 and stain it on all sides before putting it down. Once down, we varnished it with a satin finish. This method is more affordable than your typical wood floors and easy to maintain. This method will give your room a more rustic look and that was just what these homeowners were looking for.







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2 comments:

  1. To fit the outside door into place by tilting the bottom edge into the bathtub area and putting the roller onto the outside track. Repeat for inner door. Some bathtub doors have a door guide that fits onto the bottom track; attach as necessary. Parker bathroom floor tiles

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