The first thing homeowners want to know about this particular material is whether or not it looks nice in a variety of rooms. The answer to that question is a resounding yes. With products such as ceramic and porcelain tile, luxury vinyl, and laminate, you have many options from which to choose.
The wood-look is extremely popular, however everyone knows that wood is never a good option for areas where there is excessive moisture, humidity or temperature changes. Engineered wood is definitely a better choice than solid wood, but it still leaves a bit to be desired in certain situations. That’s where waterproof flooring can really come in handy.
In addition to being able to find the look you’re satisfied with, you’ll also be interested in the durability of the product you choose. Waterproof certainly meets the credentials to be called durable. Thanks to the protective top coat, you’ll see a noticeable difference in the amount of scuffs, scratches, and dings that most homeowners see in their flooring. And because it is impervious to water, spills, and other liquid messes can be cleaned up with ease.
Additionally, you’ll find that waterproof flooring is a quick and easy installation for your professional installers, and it’s easy to clean and maintain as well.