Putting down new Floors
We have a sun porch that has extreeeemely damaged vinyl tile on the floor. This tile is not only in awful shape, but the underlayment is also roller coastering all over. I have an elderly dog, too, who has chosen this room to be his emergency bathroom. I clean up and use Nature's Miracle, but eventually, for all these reasons, the floor will have to be replaced, and we want to replace it with square terra cotta tiles (about 6x6). They're in sun porches on a lot of homes of this vintage around here. We have a tiny little powder room, too, that has inappropriate vinyl tile and we'd like to replace it with hex tile.
I got a quote on having both floors done, and good golly, Miss Molly! I was wondering how hard it is to put down new underlayment and lay tile myself. In the summer I'll have lots of time, so I can do it slowly; time is not an issue.
I'm tempted to ask "How hard can it be?" but that's a question that forces Fate to show you how hard it can be!