In any areas where there are water facilities tile floors should be considered before a wooden floor. The main reason is water damage. Tile will create a much better water resistant and, or water proof surface. Wood may experience warping, and severe damage after water has spilled or leaked on the surface. Secondly if there are any repairs needed after a water leak tiles are much easier to replace, and repair. Tile is also less expensive when you consider labor cost.. I have been a general contractor for over 30 years.
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The condition of the roof and the age of furnace are all common issues when it comes times to sell. A second option never hurt either sometimes inspectors do not convey the information in a proper manor. The roof may not be leaking or may need minimal repairs but still has some life left. How many years will the roof last in current condition or with minimal repairs? The same with the how old is the furnace and what issues does it have. So it comes down to dollars have them give you a new offer and see where it goes. A little cash at close can go a long way the same issues are likely to arise again.
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