Bathroom flooring tile or vinyl floating floor

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    Burton, Michigan

    @hojo04 Porcelain tile is much harder and much better. I only use ceramic on walls.

    Thanks for the reply.


    vinyl is your best option if extreme amounts of water are expected, such as in children’s bathrooms or laundry rooms. Most vinyl flooring is very much a do-it-yourself job.


    Vinyl sheet, plank or tile looks amazing and are very good for bathroom flooring. But proclaimed tile will also work I guess.



    I had it installed a little over a year ago in my master bedroom, bath and upstairs hallway. It looks beautiful and I have received many compliments. Everyone had to touch it, they can’t belive it is vinyl.


    Flooring Coverings is best if you are updating your Bathroom. There are many benefits of bathroom flooring like it is cheaper than porcelain tile, easier to install than sheet vinyl, more water resistant than laminate, requires no maintenance, less painful, etc.

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