Waterproof Flooring Options
More and more homeowners are looking to invest in waterproof flooring for more than just their kitchen or bathroom. Water is a common enemy for several different flooring types. Casey Carpet One Floor & Home in Lubbock and Amarillo, TX has what you are looking for when it comes to waterproof flooring. Waterproof flooring is great for homes with children and pets, and can be installed in pretty much every room of your home.
Waterproof flooring and water resistant flooring are definitely not the same. Waterproof floors have a core that is made from materials that are not absorbent such as PVC and limestone dust. Even if the floor itself might be waterproof, always be aware that your subfloor is not and that you still need to clean up spills as soon as possible.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
While most luxury vinyl floors are water resistant, there are a few that are entirely waterproof. What makes luxury vinyl waterproof is its core being made up of non-absorbent materials. Take a look at our Invincible H2O flooring, a Carpet One exclusive brand that is totally waterproof and tough as nails. Get the wood look you want in places like your kitchen and bathroom.Learn More About Luxury Vinyl
Some floors are naturally water resistant like tile. Tile is your go-to flooring option for kitchens and bathrooms alike. It is both a heat resistant and low maintenance option. You can install tile on both floors and walls, and they are typically sealed with waterproof grout. Some tile is more porous than others, so be sure to talk to one of our professionals about what kind of tiles can handle more moisture.Learn More About Tile
Even carpet now comes in waterproof option. Carpet One has developed a carpet that is 100% waterproof, meaning spills and stains will not soak through to your subfloor. Take a look at Tigressa H2O, this is the perfect pet friendly option for your home. The backing keeps water from reaching the subfloor, creating less of a mess and no problems later on down the road.Learn More About Tigressa H2O