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Flooring for laundry/mudroom

Posted by countrygirl217 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 20, 11 at 10:08

The sheet vinyl is pulling up in our laundry room in our new home. I am trying to decide what flooring to replace it with. My concerns are durability, cleaning, and water. We live in a cold climate so thus room will take lots of snow hits in the winter and moisture can't be an issue. I originally thought cork but I've been talked out of it by the flooring store here because it isn't moisture proof and it also can scratch fairly easily. I personally don't want tile because of the grout and the gunk that gets caught, also it is cold and hard. This room will be where all the boots and coats stay before entering the house and the hardwoods. I thought about marmoleum and got sone samples. Any thoughts on this product? And thoughts on the four samples?

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RE: Flooring for laundry/mudroom

Sorry! I changed the name of a folder and it removed the images. Trying again.

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