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Install a Heated-Tile Floor

Looking for added comfort in the bathroom? Use these step-by-step instructions and learn how to install a heated-tile floor.

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Bathroom Floors

Top 100 Bathroom Floors Projects

  1. 1. From Outhouse to Penthouse (03:19)

    Matt takes on what he terms a "1950s outhouse of a bathroom."

  2. 2. Cork Flooring in the Bathroom (00:01:00)

    Use Matt's tips to install cork flooring and create a unique bathroom look.

  3. 3. Floating Wood Flooring (00:02:35)

    Don't replace that ugly tile floor: cover it up with a floating wood floor.

  4. 4. Easy-to-Install Cork Floor (00:00:30)

    Use Matt's tips to easily install cork flooring and update your bathroom.

  5. 5. Stark to Inviting- Tile Part 3 (06:40)

    Glass mosaic tile covers the floor and accents the field tile on the walls.

  6. 6. Concrete Bathroom Floor Tips (00:01:00)

    Matt Muenster offers tips on how to install a concrete bathroom floor.

  7. 7. Cork Tiles (00:30)

    Cork mosiac tiles can give your bathroom a one-of-a-kind floor.

  8. 8. Hot Ideas for Chilly Bathrooms (00:01:00)

    Jeff suggests ways to add warmth and style to any chilly bathroom space.

  9. 9. Easy-to-Install Cork Floor (00:00:30)

    Use Matt's tips to easily install cork flooring and update your bathroom.

  10. 10. Stark to Inviting- Tile Part 4 (04:24)

    Glass mosaic tile covers the floor and accents the field tile on the walls.

  11. 11. Stained Concrete (01:00)

    This special stain turns that concrete slab floor into a thing of beauty.

  12. 12. Update a Cement Bathroom Floor (00:00:30)

    Make old cement bathroom floors look new again with Matt Muenster's tips.

  13. 13. Family Bath Expansion- Part 2 (20:00)

    Amy installs a steam shower and a bath fan plus lots and lots of tile.

  14. 14. Heated Laminate Wood Floors (00:01:17)

    Foil-lined laminate flooring is thermostatically controlled to cut costs.

  15. 15. How to Install a Bathroom Tile Floor

    Tile flooring is a great option for a bathroom because it's doesn't get damaged easily.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
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