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sparlinjeanne

02:27AM | 11/04/06
Member Since: 11/03/06
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I need to replace the floor in my 104 year old house in Texas. I can't decide what type of floor will be consistent with the age of the house and be most saleable.

Does anyone have any thoughts?

Jeanne

countrybrenda

03:49AM | 11/04/06
Member Since: 09/18/06
64 lifetime posts
I would think woodflooring but yet I love wood better than carpet. I guess I would also the cost comparison of both since your wanting to sale it.

sparlinjeanne

07:03AM | 11/04/06
Member Since: 11/03/06
2 lifetime posts
Thanks so much for your reply. I'm a messy cook so I definitely don't want carpet in the kitchen. I've considered wood but again I'm a messy cook and I worry about stuff getting between the boards or water I slosh on the floor somehow getting between the boards.

Jeanne

countrybrenda

05:45PM | 11/06/06
Member Since: 09/18/06
64 lifetime posts
if I am thinking right they put a polyurethan (clear coating) on top so there are spaces between the board )at least not on mine)

flooringworldDOTorg

07:43AM | 12/02/06
Member Since: 10/28/05
312 lifetime posts
ceramic tile with sealed joints or sheet vinyl or linoleum is usually best for utility in kitchen areas.

http://obscurity.ws/search.php?query=ceramic+tile

http://obscurity.ws/search.php?query=vinyl+flooring

http://obscurity.ws/search.php?query=linoleum+flooring

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