Flooring recommendations for a rented out house - Kitchen

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by beefster, 29 Nov 2010.

  1. beefster

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    Renovating a house to rent out in the fuure.
    Concrete floors - large kitchen diner and not sure what to put down on the floor?

    Recommendations. Will be heavy traffic area as main entance also comes into the room.
     
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    Vinyl sheet or tiles.

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    Tiles every time. ;) ;) ;)
     
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    Either expensive and indestructable, or cheap and replace it often.
     
  6. beefster

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    I seem to be falling ino the trap of doing it as if i will live there.. Only had the place a couple of weeks so early days.

    Tiles where my pref option but = cold floors?

    No kitchen in at present, best to tile before the units go in or after??

    Only had the place a few days and gutted it out ready to go. Luckily the heating system is only a couple of years old so not got too cold......
     
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    i inherited a house and i am too doing it up for renting over the next few years.

    anyway i have gone for the tile option, house is in quite a nice area and it gies a better impression. And still relativly cheap. ^_^
     
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