If you need protection from water damage, whether, from dampness, humidity, or repetitive spills, the difference between water-resistant and waterproof floors will matter to you and your household. We will tell you what some of those differences are in today’s post, so be sure to visit us for more information and assistance with your remodel.
Your waterproof floors are our concern
When you choose water-resistant flooring, you'll find the materials offer you a certain amount of time to clean things up before the flooring could become damaged. However, it does not provide complete protection from liquids and works well if you are at home when messes or accidents occur.
Choosing a waterproof floor covering such as COREtec flooring provides complete imperviousness to water, no matter the cause. In addition, these floors can protect you no matter how long the materials are under duress, which means you’ll never experience a total loss.
When you’re ready to discuss your flooring needs, we can give you even more details about the differences between waterproof and water-resistant materials. Be sure to stop by any time you’re in the area for all the details.
Our waterproof flooring store is your go-to destination for flooring
G. Fried Flooring is dedicated to attractive material options, impressive attention to detail, and customer care that can change everything about your flooring experience. We are committed to long-term results with high-quality options and craftsmanship you’ll enjoy for decades to come.
From our showroom in Paramus, NJ, we are proud to serve residents from Paramus, Ridgewood, Mahwah, Upper Saddle River, Franklin Lakes, and Wyckoff, NJ, and we would love to work with you as well. So be sure to visit our waterproof flooring store whenever you’re in the area to answer all your questions and the results you will cherish.