Forum Title: Best vinyl for sand
Customer has a new outbuilding/bathroom by a lake in the local sand dunes. There is an outdoor shower area on concrete and there's a bathroom inside with the toilet, hot water heater and a vanity cabinet. Inside dimensions are 10 by 10. He's wanting to put a vinyl floor in it, probably a stone or tile pattern because everything else will be wood. He doesn't want ceramic tile, so I'm curious what's the most durable vinyl product out there that would hold up in a somewhat sandy location? The driveway and everything leading up to this bathroom building is new asphalt and maybe the path from the boat dock and lake is paved too. The grand kids and family will use this on occasion when visiting, so it's not a daily use building. He want's sheet vinyl, but I think one of those heavy duty commercial luxury vinyl products would be good.
Category: Flooring Post By: MILTON MALDONADO (Youngstown, OH), 03/11/2019

Glue down commercial grade vinyl tile, Feck or Reed Collection. Scroll way down.

- JESSE ROSS (Green Bay, WI), 05/09/2019

Nice looking stuff. Never heard of it. Love to see some samples to see what it looks like and how it behaves. Gonna go with some Armstrong sheet goods. Has a terracotta look in one foot squares and a 48 repeat. Don't recall the name but it's some tough looking material as far as a wear surface. Nothing will ever get rolled on the floor, just foot traffic to use the potty while hanging out at the lake now and then. There's a decent sized overhang/porch area outside the doorway with room for a pretty big commercial door mat. They understand it will need to be swept a lot to keep the abrasive sand from damaging the floor. Inside dimensions are slightly under 9' 6 by 9' 6. Thanks Ernesto.

- KELLY PAGE (San Jose, CA), 04/09/2019

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