Carina Carrasco linoleum flooring/Google sketch up

Linoleum flooring is a great idea for flooring it is made from renewable materials. The finest linoleum floors,are known as ‘inlaid’, are extremely durable; they were made by joining and inlaying solid pieces of linoleum. Cheaper patterned linoleum came in different grades or gauges, and were printed with thinner layers which were more prone to wear and tear. Good quality linoleum is sufficiently flexible to be used in buildings in which more rigid material (such as ceramic tile) would crack. Linoleum is a good idea but there are many things you have to take into consideration, for example the way it is sold or what it is going to be used for because it may not  work on other places or things. But for this case it should be useful. There are so many options to choose from it is all up to our client once we have our interview there will be a clearer view of what we should steer for, it is important to take into consideration the clients thoughts and ideas.

Google sketch up exterior is turning out very well but I need more measurements in order to have it precise, in other words it needs some work. It is difficult getting used to Google sketch up because of the unique way to write in measurements. Linoleum flooring has a vintage look to it but it is up to the customer. I have learned that you need a lot of dedication towards this project and to use time wisely  by creating/setting goal points to make sure you are on task. Google sketch up   has many restrictions but once you spend sometime on the program you can accomplish many things. Linoleum seems cost efficient it all depends on the company you buy it from and in what condition, and that requires some research to get the best possible. So much research to be done there is no time to slack off because there are deadlines to meet. Google sketch up is going to be a long process but that is why I made myself a calender.    fdsfgddownload  dep_3867651-The-samples-of-collection-linoleum


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