When you’re shopping for new floors, you have to take a lot into account. That includes family size, whether you have kids or pets, room use, and even plumbing issues; older homes are known for being leak-prone.
Waterproof flooring might be at the top of your list. These days, thanks to modern technology, there are fashionable options. They include:
This is a newer version of luxury vinyl. It's engineered to be thicker, more durable, and constructed with the technologically advanced WPC (wood plastic composite) and SPC (stone plastic composite) cores that won't peel or ripple.
Feel free to enter our flooring store, where you’ll see stylish wood and stone looks from brands like Armstrong and COREtec. They combine the highest level of water protection and are so durable they’re graded for commercial use.
This is entirely waterproof, whether spilled on or submerged. It's also five times thicker than the original product.
Luxury vinyl is layered. At the top, just over the printed design sheet, is a transparent melamine wear layer that protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents and keeps spills from absorbing.
You’ll love your new floors. As beautiful as it is hard-wearing, these floors offer true-to-life images of wood, stone, and tile. In addition, it follows the trends, so you can get anything to suit any decor.
The floors have depth, dimension, and textured looks. Luxury vinyl comes in planks (LVP) or square, tile-sized pieces (LVT).
Come into our showroom to see how stylish the floors are. They come from brands like Mannington and Chesapeake.
Rigid core plank
This is LVP with the SPC core. This gives it the authentic look and feel of hardwood. It's about as close as you can get!
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Visit our showroom in Ocean View, DE. No project is ever too big or small for us! We work on residential and commercial projects in Frankford, Millville, Clarksville, Selbyville, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, Fenwick Isle, and Millsboro.