What is the best flooring to remodel basement?

I am looking for a low cost, easy to install, easy/low care flooring for my basement. I dont want carpet because of a past flood- it is such a pain a...


I am looking for a low cost, easy to install, easy/low care flooring for my basement. I dont want carpet because of a past flood- it is such a pain and then you must get a whole new floor.

Whats there now? because the linoleum tile is very easy to install and reasonably cheap. http://www.greenfloors.com/HP_Linoleum_Index.htm

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9 Responses to “What is the best flooring to remodel basement?”

  1. Jesus says:

    SQWEKY NOSIE SO ITS EXTRA SCARY
    JK JK BUY WOOD
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  2. Jake ak says:

    well the cheeps would be roll out wood but the best would be tile but it would coat more if you go 1 by1 or bigger you should be ok
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  3. ♥♫♥ MeGaN ♥♫♥ says:

    Try.. Marble.
    Wood..
    Will show effect if a flood, e.t.c occurs

    Hope I helped
    xxx
    Megan
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  4. fur_zhizzel says:

    Whats there now? because the linoleum tile is very easy to install and reasonably cheap. http://www.greenfloors.com/HP_Linoleum_Index.htm
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  5. HisMrs says:

    bamboo is a lot more durable, long lasting, long wearing and cost friendly and it's cheaper than traditional wood. You could also have polished concrete which can look great, too.
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  6. Lauren says:

    I'm looking to remodel my basement within the next 3 months or so, and I've been pondering the same question. Unfortunately, with the threat of water and flooding in my neighborhood as well, I've resorted to going with tile in my basement, in the case such problems arise with water.

    With tile, you can always spruce up the room easily with carpet and throw rugs.

    I'm not sure your thoughts on vinyl flooring, but this site would be a great resource if you are interested in going in this direction with flooring your basement.

    http://qualityflooring4less.com/vinyl-flooring.html

    If you are ever considering changing up the floor in other rooms/areas of your house, there are great bamboo and cork flooring on that site as well that would give such a unique look!

    Hope this helps!
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    http://qualityflooring4less.com/index.html

  7. Brandsconstruction.com/WordPress says:

    For a low cost – Skip the flooring! Kids can have fun in the basement this way, and even use chalk on the floor to play hop scotch. A throw down rug can be placed in play or sitting areas.

    Vinyl and then laminate flooring are your lowest dollar floor coverings.

    Tile http://www.homeplansforfree.com/Free-bathroom-designs/thumbnails.php?album=18 is an alternative flooring option which is more popular in bathroom areas.

    Wishing you the best!
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  8. blackd010 says:

    PUT DOWN A PAINT ON LATEX(WATER BASED) EPOXY FLOOR COATING IT BOTH WATERPROOFS AS WELL AS DECORATES , YOU KNOW LIKE THE PAINT THEY USE ON GARAGE FLOORS
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  9. Running Rooster says:

    Yes, you can! try to use Laminate flooring its the best alternative of as a homeowners whoa are looking for good looks, durability & affordability. if your busy at home Laminate floors well the works for you. plus it is easy to maintain too. go to ifloor.com
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    http://www.ifloor.com/laminate-flooring/

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