When it’s time to choose a brand new floor covering, you’re sure to hear waterproof flooring and WPC
(wood plastic composite) flooring mentioned at least a few times. Some homeowners are loyal to it, while others may not be aware of the many available benefits. Since more information on any specific floor covering is never a bad idea, we’re going to tell you a little more about what to expect from the product.
Carpet Plus Flooring and Reno is a family owned flooring and renovation business with more than 25 years of experience. We strive for complete customer service in every area, and you can rest assured that your every need, preference, and requirement will be considered and matched as perfectly as possible to the perfect material. Our showroom is located in Concord, Ontario, and we proudly serve the areas of Concord, Toronto, Vaughn, Brampton, and Mississauga. We’d love to serve you too, and ask you to stop by at your convenience to find out more about the ways we can assist you.
If you’ve ever considered waterproof flooring, you were more than likely looking to floor rooms like the bathroom, laundry room, or basement. In these areas, the benefits offered by these materials can be put to the best use. For instance, a 100% vinyl core found in luxury vinyl flooring products can offer protection that will even withstand a flood.
It’s also a great material for other spaces as well, including bedrooms, living rooms, offices, and dens. You might think it a bit much at first, to place this material in rooms that aren’t naturally damp or humid. However, we all know that accidents can happen anywhere and it just makes sense to be prepared long before they ever actually do. With these products in place, you won’t have to worry about spills, leaks, appliances that malfunction, or anything else that might dump water onto your floors.
Another benefit of this product is that it can be found across a variety of different materials. This means you’ll have all the benefits of imperviousness to water, but also all the benefits found in the particular material you’re dealing with at the time. The important thing is to make sure you find benefits that will be best for your own unique specifications.
Installation differs with each material, so be sure to speak with your flooring specialist about specifics.