Yeah, I got you. Makes a lot more sense from rental standpoint to use high traffic water resistant products. I've seen what some tenants can do to otherwise durable finishes... there are some real animals out thereI suggested vinyl planks because it's waterproof, scratch proof, and it's very low maintenance..
My thoughts exactly!#Luxury #vinyl #planks
We had a flood here a while back. I do work for several property investment companies and we had three that had flooded basements. We pulled the carpet and epoxied the floor. So you laugh now, but we did think about waterproofing the 4' of drywall we replaced with CBU and AD, then tile 4' up.Just paint the concrete and add a drain, FRP walls four feet up...
Looking at flooring at Lowes the other day, the bamboo was listed as relatively soft compared to oak.I believe older bamboo is harder than oak.
But the bamboo they sell as inexpensive flooring is very soft (IMO)