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Question DetailsAsked on 11/28/2012

Best type of flooring for a cement floor in a room that is not often used. Don't care for carpet. Easy care.

Ent., halls, baths and kitchen are white tiles. Opp. end of house bedroom has a pine wood floor. The rest of the bedrooms & dinning area are carpet. I want to get away from carpet. Too many allergies.

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Have you thought about staining the cement and then locking in with a sealer. Its really awesome and easy to clean.

Answered 7 years ago by mrmattyb


The answer to that question requires more information. Not often used can mean different things. It is used for entertaining guests? For someone to stay in for a long visit? or would you prefer the visit be shorter and less often? Will it be decorated for the holidays? Is it used for storage? Will the temperature be the same as the rest of the house or will it be blocked off? Do you plan to stay in the home for several years or is it possible that you will move in the next two or three? What is your personal taste? Ceramic or clay Tile, hardwoods and laminates are the best for resale values while stick-down tiles or vinyl are cheaper.

Answered 7 years ago by Vern

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