When there’s so much you can do with bathroom tile patterns, it seems a pity to waste the opportunity and just go for plain white. Since I live in the deep south I cannot vouch for vinyl tile’s longevity in colder climates, Dave. We did use a glue activator on the tile in this article’s project and it was very difficult to remove some mishapen tiles during the installation. I’ll have to take a look at the Nylosheet as it sounds like has the potential for a great replacement flooring. We plan to put in peel and stick vinyl planks, and will go with your adhesive recommendation.
Hi Zingy, I really have no experience with installing vinyl tile over OSB, but I believe if you use an adhesive activator it should be okay. With the new layer of flooring placed atop the laminated foam it should be even stronger than the original flooring. There is linoleum on top of the wood with a joining strip so I don’t need to cut the linoleum to make the seems to me that the entire bottom of the access panel door is attatched to rotten wood. Hi Jon, I’ve used construction adhesives-such as Liquid Nail-to attach wood to fiberglass before and it seemed to work well.
These lights are not available at Amazon; so you would have to find a Home Depot to get some. I wanted Silestone because it cost less than granite and I thought you could put hot pots on it, but I found out after-the-fact that it’s not so good. I bought a couple of rolls of the 12 inch wide for upper cupboards and a couple rolls of the 20 inch wide for drawers and base cupboards. When you are selecting drawer organizers, what looks good to you is just as important as how well something works!
This is a small kitchen and I’m afraid that putting small tiles on the backsplash will make that wall appear to be closer. The vinyl ones might possibly melt when contacting a hot pan and the metal ones will only stay put if they have magnet or double sided tape holding them. On the other hand, if pets are involved or you want to convert the basement into utility room, you can go for vinyl tiles or wooden flooring. Usually, a carpet is considered as one of the best, most comfortable and relatively inexpensive option for flooring.
In case the basement is moist or damp, there are chances of the mildew or fungus growing on the carpet which can further spoil it. Hence, it is not advisable to use carpet in these cases; you can rather go for tile flooring. Secondly, Saxony carpets are also considered as one of the best flooring options in case you have a dry basement. Installing flooring for basement can also cost extra and hence, you can do it yourself at home.