What flooring should I choose to replace 100 sq ft of linoleum in a cabin in snow country?

Asked by connie lane
Oakland, CA

Subfloor will not be level. Concerns are ease of installation and a product that can take MUCH abuse. It's a DIY job.


Karen Smuland

Answered by Karen Smuland

Bend, OR

Karen Smuland Architect

October 20, 2011

Why not replace the linoleum with new linoleum?

There are many colors available, and is one of the "greenest" flooring materials you can use.

  • You can use sheet or tiles.
  • But tiling would be an easier DIY project.


For more information:

Read "What is the best flooring for a high traffic area?" a Q&A answered by Molly McCabe.

Tagged In: linoleum

Do you have a question about greening your home? GreenHomeGuide invites you to Ask A Pro. Let our network of experienced green building professionals – architects, designers, contractors, electricians, energy experts, landscapers, tile & stone specialists, and more – help you find the right solution.