When it comes to waterproof flooring, there are several options to choose from, each with specific characteristics that will serve your needs well. Today, we will discuss the differences between waterproof laminate and waterproof vinyl flooring, so read along with us here.
Understanding essential differences help you find the perfect flooring
Waterproof laminate flooring is a great choice when you need outstanding moisture protection from the top down. In areas such as hallways, foyers, kitchens, and children's rooms, they can differentiate between taking on damage or not.
Be sure to ask about adding moisture or vapor barrier if you have subfloor moisture issues. Waterproof laminate sometimes needs this addition to ensure all-around protection.
If you choose waterproof vinyl flooring, you will have impeccable waterproof protection that can even withstand flood-like conditions, thanks to a core material made of wood plastic composite, stone plastic composite, or 100% vinyl. These floors are the perfect addition to basements, laundry rooms, and anywhere water damage could be a threat.
The most apparent difference between the two is that vinyl flooring protects against all liquid issues, from the top and the bottom. To find out even more about these two materials, be sure to visit us whenever you are in the area.
We can help you find the best waterproof flooring
When you visit Bayland Flooring, we will make sure you find flooring options that genuinely fit your requirements, including the services that bring everything together. You can speak with an associate who will put years of experience behind answers to your most important questions and so much more.
From our showroom in New Franken, WI, we proudly serve the areas of New Franken, Franken, Green Bay, and surrounding areas, and we hope to earn your business too. So stop by today to find a waterproof flooring you will love for years to come.