It has long been thought that waterproof flooring and WPC
(wood plastic composite) flooring are best reserved for rooms and spaces where it's most needed. This would include basements, laundry rooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and anywhere spills and dampness are expected. While these are excellent uses for these products, however, it certainly isn't the only one. What's more, these floors can look just as good as any other; they're incredibly durable and have an excellent lifespan.
At Simas Floor & Design Company, we not only have a showroom located in Sacramento, CA for all your flooring needs, but we'll also even bring the showroom directly to your door. We have an extensive line of materials and services that are sure to meet the needs you currently have in place and our flooring specialists can answer any questions you have concerning these materials. We proudly serve the areas of Sacramento, Folsom, Elk Grove, Davis, and Stockton, and we'd love the opportunity to serve you as well. Stop by at your convenience to get your floor experience underway right away.
The most obvious benefit surrounding any waterproof flooring material is, of course, complete imperviousness to water or the damage that can go along with it. This benefit not only protects your flooring, assuring it will never meet an early demise, but it also gives you amazing peace of mind. Imagine being able to leave your home, whether for the night or the week and knowing that your floors are completely so against any kind of water emergency.
In addition to the most obvious benefit, you'll have extensive appearance options at your fingertips. Since waterproof flooring can be found in a variety of flooring materials, you'll have all the great looks and characteristics of whichever material you choose. From amazingly simple colors and patterns to flooring that is more like art. Matching your current decor will be no problem, or you can use your flooring appearance to build something entirely new.
The installation method of waterproof flooring depends on the particular material you choose. Some can be installed quickly and easily, leaving you with the perfect floor in what seems like no time. Others are more intricate and delicate and require more specialized attention, especially with materials such as stone and porcelain tile. Rest assured, however, that the professional installation is always the best option.