What is the least expensive way to tile a floor?
Judy from Union, NJ
Probably using adhesive backed tiles. Lay out the grid and peel off the paper liner on the back and press in place. Simple and easy. Visit a home center and look at their offering or go to a tile store in your area.
Not sure what you are looking for, but for a wood floor you can get the luan plywood at about 12.00 per 8x12 sheet. We stained the boards with a pretty cedar stain for indoor/outdoor wood, then we put a coat of polyurethane on top of that after it dried. Then we nailed down to subfloor. I am sure you could nail down to any linoleum floor also.
My husband used his brad nail gun so very small and almost invisible nails. I put another coat of polyurethane on it after down to seal seams. When putting down, he did cut a bit to alternate the grain, but can even be cut in squares and strips and rotate grain if wanted. Everyone says how nice and how looks like professional installed hardwood.
If you have Dollar Tree's in your area, they have them in four packs. The peel and stick kind have worked for me for years. They come in a package with instructions and everything!
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