Three FAQs about waterproof flooring

Three FAQs about waterproof flooring

Waterproof flooring is one of the hottest products on the market these days. Everyone, no matter where they live, could benefit from waterproof floors.

It handles everything from major leaks (i.e., appliance floods) to spills and those ?oops? moments?like when we drop a gallon of milk.

First, the basics: How it?s constructed

Waterproof vinyl flooring is a more advanced version of luxury vinyl. It's layered, thicker, more durable, and constructed with WPC (wood plastic composite) or SPC (stone plastic composite) cores.

Just over the printed design layer is a top transparent melamine sheet. This protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents.

Waterproof vinyl flooring is technologically advanced, with WPC and SPC cores that won't peel or ripple ever. It doesn't matter how much water there is?or how long it's been there.??

You can leave home for weeks or months knowing you won't come home to damaged floors.

No, they aren?t ?water-resistant? floors!

Waterproof and water-resistant are two different things. Unfortunately, many use those words interchangeably.

Waterproof means the floors are impervious to liquid, whether submerged or spilled on. Waterproof flooring is made from watertight materials such as vinyl, WPC, or SPC cores. Your waterproof floors in New Franken, WI, need no special coatings to help them.

Water-resistant means it must be wiped immediately or will soak and stain.

Same style, different construction

Images of wood, stone, and tile are taken digitally to be clear and vibrant. The material is cut into planks or square, tile-sized pieces. Your floors will also have depth, dimension, and textured looks.

Visit us for your waterproof flooring and more

At the Bayland Flooring showroom, we know waterproof flooring will transform your home and your life. You'll see gorgeous wood looks like Antique Plus by Mohawk's RevWood Plus or Aspire by Revolution Mills.

See Tempo Stone Calacatta by Phenix or Tile Options Bush by Pergo Extreme if you desire stone looks. Visit our showroom in New Franken, WI. We service New Franken, Franken, Green Bay, and surrounding areas.