|Posted by hj on April 01, 2002 at 22:16:42:|
|In response to Re: RE: Flooring...Hardwood in bath?|
If the manufacturer says not to install it in a bathroom and you do not want a wrinkled floor, then I think your wife is out of luck and you may still be on the couch. I would not install knowing how water can splash or overflow in a bathroom.
: Well, I'm making real progress on my 4 year bathroom remodel. Wife said I could move off the couch once the toilet was installed. Problem is I enlisted her assistance, told her she could help by picking flooring and light fixtures. She spent 700 bucks on 2 sconces and ceiling fixture. Then bought a brazilian Cherry hardwood floor, which after I checked the website www.br111 for installation tips, I noticed it says not to put it in a bathroom. My wife claims she told the lady at the expo that it would be for a bathroom. Now what? Can I put it in there or not, I don't want a buckled warped up floor? Help,,,again!
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