Waterproof Flooring Options

Your home is your castle, so you want it to look as good as possible. But when choosing the right flooring for your home, it’s not enough to choose something that looks good. This is especially true for high moisture areas such as the kitchen, basement and bathroom. You want to make sure that your flooring can cope with the rigors of a damp atmosphere.

Waterproof flooring is the solution for everyday problems. Now, you don’t have to worry about the kids splashing in the bathtub, snow boots in the mudroom, the washing machine overflowing or the dishwasher leaking.

In this blog post, we’ll give you a list of 2 of the best waterproof flooring options for your home. Read on and discover which type of flooring to install in high moisture areas.

Luxury vinyl flooring

Today’s wood flooring is much more resistant to water. But that doesn’t mean that you can drench the floor with water.

Luxury vinyl is one of the best choices for waterproofing flooring. Unlike ordinary vinyl flooring, luxury vinyl flooring is thicker, looks more like real wood or stone, has better texturing and is 100% waterproof. You can submerge it in water and your floor would still be fine once it has dried off. If you want the look of hardwood flooring but need a waterproof option, vinyl planks are the best choice for you.

Tile flooring looks great and is completely waterproof. However, they can be quite expensive and hard underfoot. Vinyl tiles are a great alternative if you want natural stone tiles. This will provide you with softer flooring without having to worry about moisture.

Waterproof laminate

Because of its wood content, laminate flooring is not ideal for high moisture areas. This is one of the reasons why a lot of homeowners are hesitant to install laminate in their home. But laminate flooring has come a long way in the past few years. Waterproof laminate flooring is now available in the market. /p>

This type of flooring has a core that is made of plastic, which provides protection against moisture and water. This means that it won’t get damaged even if it gets wet. However, it is more expensive than your standard laminate flooring.

Contact us today for the help you need when choosing your flooring.

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