If you have children and pets in your household then you know spills will happen and how hard it is to keep your floors clean. Carrell Rogers Carpet One Floor & Home carries several different types of waterproof flooring including luxury vinyl and tile flooring. Our flooring professionals are your local experts, and we can help you find the right floor for your home that matches your style and durability requirements. Waterproof flooring was made with active households in mind, and can withstand everyday uses and challenges.
Benefits of Waterproof Flooring
Waterproof flooring helps to solve your problem of constantly cleaning up after pets and children. You can cut back on time you spend during your weekly cleaning routine with waterproof flooring, and you also no longer have to worry about accidentally missing a spill or mess. Waterproof flooring creates a watertight seal between your floors and subfloors, so accidental messes will not cause long-term damage. Waterproof flooring is also a hypoallergenic option because it does not absorb moisture, there is nowhere for bacteria to thrive and grow.
Below are a few different waterproof flooring options to consider for your home.
Waterproof Flooring Options
Water Resistant Carpet
Believe it or not, we offer waterproof carpet solutions for your home. Our featured H2O™ technology stops moisture from penetrating the backing of the carpet and reaching your subfloor. That means spills and pet accidents won’t cause long term damage. Waterproof carpets are ideal for children’s playrooms, basements, and recreational spaces in your home.Learn About Tigressa H2O
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
When it comes to luxury vinyl most options are moisture resistant but we do offer completely waterproof planks and tiles as well. Waterproof luxury vinyl flooring features a surface that stops moisture from penetrating through your floor, and a core that allows water to sit on the surface and be wiped up instead of seeping through to your subfloor.Learn About Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Porcelain tiles that absorb less than 0.5% moisture are considered waterproof. You will most commonly find porcelain tile installed in kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. Waterproof porcelain tiles can also be installed in your shower, and feature the ultimate moisture resistance and transform your bathroom into a personal spa retreat.Learn About Tile