If you’ve never really considered waterproof flooring or WPC
(wood plastic composite) flooring for your home, we have to suggest you give it a moment of your time today. Many homeowners believe it’s only necessary if your home is in danger of flooding. The good news is, that’s a great use, but it’s not the only one. It’s also an excellent choice for decorating purposes and most materials offer an excellent lifespan as well.
Precision Floors & Decor is proud to serve the communities of Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Manitowoc, and Kiel, all from our showroom in Plymouth, WI. Our friendly and professional flooring associates stand ready to help you browse our extensive selection of floor coverings to find the one that best serves your own specific needs. We also offer professional installation services that will bring your flooring project to perfect completion. All you have to do to get your flooring project started today is visit us at your convenience. We look forward to serving you.
If you are a parent or a pet owner, you know exactly what waterproof flooring could mean for you. Not only are spills and accidents a part of everyday life, but the areas underneath pet food and water bowls can quickly become damaged if proper care is not taken. The fact is, life happens, and it doesn’t care what room it happens in. It never hurts to be prepared in advance. The extra amount you’ll pay upfront for this material is a small price when compared to replacing an entire floor covering in one or more rooms.
You can choose across a variety of materials to find the perfect waterproof solution for your home. While luxury vinyl planks and tiles are a great option, you can also find waterproof natural stone and other materials as well. While all are impervious to water, they each have characteristics all their own that make one better for you than all the others. For example, luxury vinyl flooring offers quick and easy installation and extensive appearance options. Natural stone, while a longer installation period is required, it has a lifespan that can easily reach 50 to 100 years with proper care and maintenance.
When considering which options will work best for your home, be sure you consider whether you’re flooring one room or all of them. You can even choose different looks for living rooms, basements, play rooms, and more.