Water damage is just one more stressor we don’t need. That means everyone could benefit from waterproof flooring, no matter what room or where they live.
These days we all lead a hectic life. We drop, spill, and multi-task; it's as easy to spill a cup of coffee in the bedroom as in the kitchen.
Not to mention appliances flood, air conditioners leak, chimney flashing crumbles, and more. Read below to learn more about the benefits of waterproof floors.
How is waterproof flooring different?
The construction offers the highest level of moisture protection. This is an advanced version of luxury vinyl made of ultra-tough and waterproof PVC.
These floors are engineered to be thicker, more durable, and even graded for commercial use. The core, however, is the star of this show.
The WPC (wood plastic composite) or SPC (stone plastic composite) never soaks, peels or ripple-ever.
These are even graded for commercial use. So, no amount of water phases them, and it doesn't matter how long it's been there.
Understanding the importance of the core is essential because they're the floor itself.
When the core gets soaked, the entire floor is damaged. Unfortunately, that often means total replacement.
A style for every room
When shopping for waterproof floors in Houston, you'll find stylish options. Images of wood, stone, and tile are taken digitally.
The floors have depth and dimension. Textured looks include brushed, hand-scraped, distressed, and embossed-in-register.
Some waterproof floors you should see include Adura Flex Tile by Mannington; Lifeseal Jute (a wood look) by Bruce. Another to watch is Proseries Bellant by Daltile.
Waterproof flooring experts in Houston, TX
Carpet Giant is a family-owned company that’s been operating since 1976. We’re proud to be a part of the community for over 45 years. Our experienced professionals will ensure you find the right waterproof flooring for your needs, style, and budget.
Visit our showroom in Houston, TX, where you'll experience the difference. We work on residential and commercial projects in Houston, Sugar Land, Katy, The Woodlands, and Clear Lake, TX.