The decision to switch to waterproof flooring can be a tough one to actually commit to for those who aren’t well researched on the material’s attributes and characteristics. While some think this material good for only flood-prone areas, it’s actually so much more than that. You can take advantage of the remarkable beauty found in the products that make up this line, the extensive durability that comes naturally, as well as the imperviousness to water. What’s more, the lifespan of these materials gives you the ability to enjoy the flooring of your choice well into the future.
The FloorWorks not only offers an excellent selection of flooring materials and products, but we offer services that give you a smoother and quicker flooring experience. For instance, our design consultation is always free. When you visit our showroom, you’ll get to speak with us for yourself, so be sure to stop by at your convenience. We proudly serve the communities of Bethlehem, Littleton, Franconia, Lincoln, and Whitefield, and more, just ask us! We’d love to help you find your perfect flooring.
One of the best things about waterproof flooring
is that you can place it anywhere in your home. Of course, its true colors and characteristics shine through when placed in kitchens, laundry rooms, bathrooms, and basements, but it works just as well in areas where water isn’t expected. In living rooms, hallways, bedrooms, and studies, this floor covering can meet many of life’s little accidents head-on, possibly saving you from a repair or replacement. Considering the extra upfront cost of this material, it shines in comparison with what could happen.
Waterproof flooring materials offer excellent lifespan opportunities. In luxury vinyl flooring, for example, you can easily reach 25 to 30 years with proper care and maintenance. Some natural stone varieties can last much longer, giving you even more reason to choose this flooring. The savings in not having to replace these floors as often as you would have to replace others can be just as fulfilling as the flooring itself.
Since the materials themselves vary so greatly, so will the installation techniques and maintenance procedures. What works for vinyl won’t work for stone. Speak with your flooring associate to find out exactly what works for your own circumstances. We’ll make sure you’re matched with the perfect material.