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Frequently Asked Questions...

What kind of tile is good for a kitchen?

It need to be durable, neutral & kind of light in color & not too expensive.

It is for a rent house so it should be able to stand up to abuse. (Pans dropping, water spills not mopped up quickly)

It is a medium sized kitchen that opens into the dining room & utility room. Entry way, hallway & small bathroom will also be tiled with the same tile.

Thanks
FLOOR tile for a nice, 2000 square foot brick home.

I want to attract good renters.


Best Answer...

Answer:

~~ Go with a commercial quality vinyl tile. It comes in both plank or in squares. It will hold up to the high traffic wear of a rental and will not have grout that is hard to keep clean or ceramic tile which can crack or break. Mannington and Armstrong both make great commercial grade vinyl tile. I used Nafco by Tarkett vinyl wood plank in a rental cabin and people can't tell that it is not a real wood floor. It has handles huge amounts of traffic over the last 12 years and still looks like a brand new wood floor.