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Waterproof flooring eliminates all worries about moisture

 
Up until recently, the only choices for waterproof flooring were tile and luxury vinyl. Both are excellent flooring materials, but now there are two new additions: waterproof flooring and waterproof laminate. It doesn't matter where you live because we all have those moments when the dishwasher floods, one of the kids drops a gallon of milk, or someone spills a glass of red wine or cup of coffee.
 

What is waterproof vinyl flooring?

 
This is a newer version of luxury vinyl (LVF), engineered to be thicker and more durable with technologically advanced cores, such as the WPC (wood plastic composite) or SPC (stone plastic composite). They give the highest level of moisture protection and won't peel or ripple no matter how much water the floor is exposed to or for how long. While the waterproof capability makes them ideal for wet areas like the kitchen, bath, or laundry room, the high-end style makes the floors an excellent choice for the living and dining area, bedroom, or any space where spills could occur.
 
 
 
 
 
 
The style is the same as for luxury vinyl. Images are taken with 3D photography, and the floors have micro beveling and deep embossing to add depth, dimension, and textured appearances such as wire-brushed, hand scraped, weathered, and distressed. The material, which can be cut into planks to mimic hardwood boards or groutable squares to echo stone and tile, comes in matte, gloss, and high gloss colors.
 

Waterproof laminate flooring: what the market has been waiting for

 
Laminate floors have long been considered an affordable, highly stylish, and realistic alternative to genuine wood. Now it comes in a version that takes all concern out of spills, making installation in every room possible, even if it has moisture and humidity issues. Unique construction and materials such as the stable High-Density fiberboard (HDF) core keep spills from absorbing, staining, and peeling. Just be sure to specify whether you want this or the original water-resistant version.

At Shop at Home Carpets, we know just how exhausting it can be to shop for flooring, so, if you prefer, we'll come to you with our fully stocked mobile showroom. We also know some prefer brick and mortar facilities, so we have a showroom in Bowling Green, KY. For either option, you’ll get to explore waterproof flooring options. Then we’ll give you a quality installation. Come in or call us to learn more about our free waterproof flooring quotes and lifetime warranties, especially if you live in or near Bowling Green, KY, Smiths Grove, KY, Glasgow, KY, Franklin, KY, Russellville, KY, Scottsville, KY, Auburn, KY, Brownsville, KY, or Northern Tennessee.