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Best Flooring Choices for Kitchen and Bath

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    LESLIE: Hugo in Missouri, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?

     
    HUGO: I’m redoing my kitchen and bathroom. And I’m wondering what you would recommend for flooring it. I’ve got carpet in it now and I sincerely dislike the carpet. And I want to put something else in and would you recommend a composite material or vinyl or linoleum or what?
     
    TOM: Well, I can’t think of two rooms that are worse for carpeting than kitchens and bathrooms.
     
    HUGO: I know. Tell me about it. I bought the house seven years ago and it had that in it, so …
     
    TOM: Yeah. Bad décor choice but I think you can do a lot better. I think one thing that you might want to take a look at is laminate flooring, because laminate flooring can come in a wide range of designs. I mean it can look like tile, it can look like stone or it could look like wood. And it’s really durable when it comes to moist/damp places.
     
    HUGO: What about – will a stove and refrigerator leave dents in it?
     
    TOM: I’ve had laminate flooring down in my kitchen for 10 years and we pull the refrigerator out whenever it’s necessary. I never worry about it.
     
    HUGO: Well, I appreciate the information. I thank you and I’ll look into it.
     
    TOM: Alright, Hugo. Good luck with that project. Thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEY-PIT.
    LESLIE: Hugo in Missouri, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?
     
    HUGO: I’m redoing my kitchen and bathroom. And I’m wondering what you would recommend for flooring it. I’ve got carpet in it now and I sincerely dislike the carpet. And I want to put something else in and would you recommend a composite material or vinyl or linoleum or what?
     
    TOM: Well, I can’t think of two rooms that are worse for carpeting than kitchens and bathrooms.
     
    HUGO: I know. Tell me about it. I bought the house seven years ago and it had that in it, so …
     
    TOM: Yeah. Bad décor choice but I think you can do a lot better. I think one thing that you might want to take a look at is laminate flooring, because laminate flooring can come in a wide range of designs. I mean it can look like tile, it can look like stone or it could look like wood. And it’s really durable when it comes to moist/damp places.
     
    HUGO: What about – will a stove and refrigerator leave dents in it?
     
    TOM: I’ve had laminate flooring down in my kitchen for 10 years and we pull the refrigerator out whenever it’s necessary. I never worry about it.
     
    HUGO: Well, I appreciate the information. I thank you and I’ll look into it.
     
    TOM: Alright, Hugo. Good luck with that project. Thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEY-PIT.
    LESLIE: Hugo in Missouri, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?
     
    HUGO: I’m redoing my kitchen and bathroom. And I’m wondering what you would recommend for flooring it. I’ve got carpet in it now and I sincerely dislike the carpet. And I want to put something else in and would you recommend a composite material or vinyl or linoleum or what?
     
    TOM: Well, I can’t think of two rooms that are worse for carpeting than kitchens and bathrooms.
     
    HUGO: I know. Tell me about it. I bought the house seven years ago and it had that in it, so …
     
    TOM: Yeah. Bad décor choice but I think you can do a lot better. I think one thing that you might want to take a look at is laminate flooring, because laminate flooring can come in a wide range of designs. I mean it can look like tile, it can look like stone or it could look like wood. And it’s really durable when it comes to moist/damp places.
     
    HUGO: What about – will a stove and refrigerator leave dents in it?
     
    TOM: I’ve had laminate flooring down in my kitchen for 10 years and we pull the refrigerator out whenever it’s necessary. I never worry about it.
     
    HUGO: Well, I appreciate the information. I thank you and I’ll look into it.
     
    TOM: Alright, Hugo. Good luck with that project. Thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEYLESLIE: Hugo in Missouri, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?LESLIE: Hugo in Missouri, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?LESLIE: Hugo in Missouri, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?LESLIE: Hugo in Missouri, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?
    LESLIE: Hugo in Missouri, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?
     
    HUGO: I’m redoing my kitchen and bathroom. And I’m wondering what you would recommend for flooring it. I’ve got carpet in it now and I sincerely dislike the carpet. And I want to put something else in and would you recommend a composite material or vinyl or linoleum or what?
     
    TOM: Well, I can’t think of two rooms that are worse for carpeting than kitchens and bathrooms.
     
    HUGO: I know. Tell me about it. I bought the house seven years ago and it had that in it, so …
     
    TOM: Yeah. Bad décor choice but I think you can do a lot better. I think one thing that you might want to take a look at is laminate flooring, because laminate flooring can come in a wide range of designs. I mean it can look like tile, it can look like stone or it could look like wood. And it’s really durable when it comes to moist/damp places.
     
    HUGO: What about – will a stove and refrigerator leave dents in it?
     
    TOM: I’ve had laminate flooring down in my kitchen for 10 years and we pull the refrigerator out whenever it’s necessary. I never worry about it.
     
    HUGO: Well, I appreciate the information. I thank you and I’ll look into it.
     
    TOM: Alright, Hugo. Good luck with that project. Thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEY-PIT.
     

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