Waterproof Flooring

The Look of Handscraped Hardwood Flooring, The Resilience of Vinyl and The strength of composite… and WATERPROOF! Meet your new floor.. Introducing WPC.

WPC is waterproof.  Laminate, not so much.

Vinyl flooring is flexible which means that it will show any unevenness of the subfloor.  WPC is made in longer and wider planks and has a rigid core which means that cracks or divots in subfloors are not a problem.


Durable and Made for Real Life

It’s Waterproof – This means you can use it in places like kitchens and bathrooms where laminate is not advised.

It can be installed over most subfloors with very little preparation.

WPC is a quieter floor because the vinyl wear layer offers more cushion and absorbs sound.

If you’ve ever lived through a natural disaster such a flood, then you already know the importance of waterproof flooring. Even with light flooding, where maybe only a couple inches of water makes it into your home, your flooring will be the first thing to go. Sadly, it’s one of the most expensive repairs that a homeowner has to deal with when something like this happens.

However, flooding isn’t the only reason to consider waterproof flooring in your home. You might think nothing else would justify spending the extra money for such a material. But let’s consider a few options in which waterproof flooring is more than worth the extra expenditure.


Waterproof flooring is extra insurance

Sure, homeowners insurance might pay for flooding damage. But will they pay for busted or leaking pipes, massive spills, overflows, or some other accident that could occur in the home?

Let’s face it, accidents happen, and they aren’t always timely. Even if the sudden expense of purchasing new flooring isn’t too much of a load to bear, the work involved in tearing out the old and laying down the new might be. There’s a way to avoid this whole scenario, however.


Choosing waterproof flooring means that you’ll have peace of mind against any and all accidents. At least for where your floors are concerned. Put it in the kitchen, bathroom and laundry room, to make sure you’ll never have to worry about a burst or frozen pipe destroying your floors. Put it in the basement for added insurance against flooding, excessive moisture and accidents. In fact, you can put it in every room so that you’ll never have to worry about what might happen when it comes to water, moisture, spills or humidity.

It’s true that you may never have to worry about a flood. But can you be so sure about all the other ways in which flooding might affect your flooring? While others are asking why you should consider waterproof flooring, we’re asking, how can you not?