INSTALLING VINYL FLOORING ON STAIRS. FLOORING ON STAIRS

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Installing Vinyl Flooring On Stairs


installing vinyl flooring on stairs
    vinyl flooring
  • A flooring material made up of a mixture of polyvinyl chloride and plasticizers Pigments are added for color. Vinyl flooring is usually flexible; fine textured, and appears to be relatively non-porous.
  • A soft flexible and cushioned flooring available in sheets or tiles.
    installing
  • Place (someone) in a new position of authority, esp. with ceremony
  • (install) set up for use; "install the washer and dryer"; "We put in a new sink"
  • Place or fix (equipment or machinery) in position ready for use
  • Establish (someone) in a new place, condition, or role
  • installation: the act of installing something (as equipment); "the telephone installation took only a few minutes"
  • (install) put into an office or a position; "the new president was installed immediately after the election"
    stairs
  • Single step in such a set
  • A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building
  • a flight of stairs or a flight of steps
  • Stairway, staircase, stairwell, flight of stairs or simply stairs are names for a construction designed to bridge a large vertical distance by dividing it into smaller vertical distances, called steps.
  • The Stairs were an English rock band formed in Liverpool around 1990 by vocalist and bassist Edgar Summertyme, guitarist Ged Lynn and drummer Paul Maguire. Together they released one full-length album and a clutch of ep's and singles .
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Downstairs WC
Downstairs WC
As you can see, the downstairs master WC is under the back stairs. I've always wondered what "secrets" might be found behind the tile? No telling given that I know who configured this bath in its current state. The floor is shot in this room. Let me rephrase. The vinyl flooring is molded from underneath the surface around the shower and toilet so at some point, someone didn't bother with trying to keep the floor dry when they took showers and it ran over to the toilet area next to it, or the toilet used to leak too. Either way, the vinyl is disgusting and the chipboard overlay that was put on top of what is probably a solid pine plank floor is falling apart. At any rate, it's ugly but there doesn't seem to be much danger of falling through. I have a plan for this bath when we get to it that will turn the WC area under the stairs into a closet for the downstairs master. There is wasted space where the shower was installed so I would like to move the shower area forward about 2 feet, make it wide enough not to bump your elbows, and have a smaller area for storing towels and such (that area is about 3 ft deep-2 ft of which never gets used cause ya just can't reach that far in!) The two feet that will be behind where the shower used to be backs up to the back porch (a future hall). I'd like to use that 2'x4' area for a storage closet accessible from the porch (hall) for things like brooms, vacuum cleaners, and several sections of shelf storage. The clawfoot tub that is currently in the downstairs master bath will move to the reconfigured upstairs master bath and that space can be used for the sink and WC. I know I have a bizarre way of thinking about baths, but to me, a bath isn't a place where you go to hang out. We've got 14 other rooms for that. A good bath should be large enough for a person to be able to perform the tasks necessary for a bath to provide. Anything else is a waste of space.
wood-look-vinyl-flooring
wood-look-vinyl-flooring
Vinyl flooring is also perfect for Education sector flooring including School flooring, College flooring and University flooring. Polyflor vinyl is Anti microbial, Stainless, Stain proof, Anti slip, Low maintenance and Eco friendly.

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