Kent, WA Waterproof Flooring Installation
When it comes to a flooring that gives you more peace of mind than any other material, you just can’t go wrong with a wood-plastic composite (WPC). Wood-plastic composite flooring is not only resistant to water, but it is also incredibly rigid and stable, meaning that you can even place it on top of less than perfect subfloors with great results.
LVP/LVT is a very popular choice for waterproof flooring as well, for rooms like basements, kitchens, and bathrooms where there is a reasonable expectation of increased moisture or standing water. This style of flooring performs much the same way that traditional hardwood does, with the exception of being slightly softer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are waterproof floors difficult to clean and maintain?
Waterproof floors have no grime or dirt traps, making it exceptionally easy to clean. It can mimic the look of your favorite floors including wood and tile. We recommend using the manufacturer’s cleaning products to keep your floors looking their best.