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instamom2teen

08:32AM | 12/29/03
Member Since: 11/07/02
26 lifetime posts
The floors throughout my house are "elementary school tile" directly on top of a concrete slab. I'm tired of how cold they get in the winter, so I'm probably going to put cork in the rest of the house, but it's pretty clearly not going to be a good choice for my bathroom -- toilet overflows are not a completely uncommon occurance, and spillover from my shower stall is hard to control, so anything at risk from water damage is out.

What else can I consider putting down or doing to the floors, in order to end up with a floor that doesn't seem to threaten to cause frostbite in the winter?

Floorcraft

08:54AM | 12/29/03
Member Since: 08/27/03
254 lifetime posts
Not much. That elementary school tile can perform well but it is cold. Maybe some drop down rugs on top of it to make it warm and easily replaceable would be a good idea huh?


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