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Can I Have A Wood Floor In My Bathroom?

Can I Have A Wood Floor In My Bathroom?


Posted in Wood Flooring Installation And Maintenance by Source on April 14th 2011
Part 4 BATHROOM

If you want a unique bathroom that is subtle and well-designed then pay attention to detail and quality rather than choosing an over the top colour scheme or a style that will only appeal to you. Bathroom flooring is not an area on the bathroom that you should economize on because choosing the cheapest option could be expensive in the long run.  Carpet is not the best choice for a damp environment. Fortunately, there are many types of wood flooring that are durable and you can do a lot to prevent damage to bathroom flooring. Drying the floors after showering means that the water does not have time to damage the floor.

The bath is now the oasis, the place to retreat from the hectic world. Soaking tubs are still there, although more people claim they don’t have time to use them. But those people who do like them to be an experience. Reading, meditating, and just zoning out are the attraction.

Can I have a wood floor in my bathroom? It is an immutable fact that wood flooring and moisture don’t mix. Or rather, they do. And that’s the problem. Any wooden floor, particularly solid wood flooring, will react to the environment in to which it is installed. The two main factors in any reaction are heat and moisture. Laminate flooring is a good option as Laminate Aqua step waterproof flooring. Fast to install and easy to maintain; laminate flooring remains a popular choice for many households. Commonly found in bathrooms and kitchens, good laminate flooring is much harder to damage than real wood flooring. High quality laminate floors are durable, scratch resistant and to some extent waterproof.

Aqua-Step's entire flooring range is 100% water resistant, providing you years of comfort and a worry-free future. Aqua-Step is perfectly resistant against floods,  moisture or condensation. It is perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, laundries, hallways, cellars, Aqua-Step contains no wood components, but is made from high quality synthetic resins. Aqua-Step has 0% swelling in all atmospheric circumstances. Aqua-Step can be cleaned with water and soap which results in an extremely hygienic floor. The floor stays bacteria free and is completely mould resistant (ideal for allergy sufferers). The high density surface coating and the perfect waterproof seams prevent dirt from penetrating the floor. Natural Silence: Aqua-Step is 30% more sound absorbing than traditional wood laminate. Moreover, Aqua-Step adapts itself to the surrounding temperature in an exceptional manner which makes it feel comfortably warm and cosy. Take a look at our great range of wood flooring and Laminate and Aqua-Step Waterproof flooring at www.sourcewoodfloors.co.uk, and please feel free to call us for any information or help.

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