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Choose the waterproof flooring that works for you

When you need waterproof flooring for your home, you want to take the time to find the perfect product. There are plenty of appearance options to choose from, but there are just as many benefits that you can take advantage of as well. For instance, the length of lifespan and durability are major factors, but they also go hand in hand. Finding a good, durable floor covering in this product line is an easy task. Finding out if it also has all your other requirements and preferences is just as easy as continuing to read along.

At Allen Carpet, we’re proud to serve the communities of Rochelle, Pelham, Mamaroneck, Scarsdale, and Larchmont with an extensive line of quality, affordable floor coverings. Our associates are friendly, knowledgeable, and experienced in the field, and you’ll appreciate the dedication of our customer service. We invite you to visit our showroom in NewRochelle, NY to get your flooring project started right away.

Many homeowners think that waterproof flooring is just something to be added to basements and laundry rooms, and possibly the bath and kitchen. Of course these are smart locations to install this floor covering, but certainly not the only one. With the complete imperviousness of this material, you deserve the peace of mind that comes from having it installed throughout your home. That way, no matter what happens, you’re covered: Especially if you have pets and children.

The construction of these luxury vinyl materials can include a core constructed of WPC, an acronym for “wood plastic composite”. You needn’t fear though. The fact that “wood” is in the name in no way means that real wood products were used in its construction. By-products such as wood resins and pulps are combined with composite materials to create a core that is completely resistant to water and the damages it can cause. You can also find materials with100% vinyl core materials as well.

The durability factor is a key player in this material because it’s not only resistant to water, but to stains, scuffs, scratches, and fading. You can place these floors in areas with high levels of traffic and never have to worry that they’ll stand up to the test. With a lifespan that averages 25 to 30 years, you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy all the many benefits this floor covering has to offer.