Three important FAQs about waterproof flooring

Three important FAQs about waterproof flooring

Waterproof flooring is something we all need, no matter where we live. 

These floors offer the ultimate peace of mind, not to mention beautiful designs like Andover by MSI or Twin Rivers by Proximity Mills.

Here are three things you should know about waterproof floors.

The cores offer the highest level of moisture protection

Yes, that's forever! Waterproof vinyl flooring is constructed with WPC or SPC cores that aren't fazed by any amount of water or how long it's been there.

Feel free to travel for weeks or months. With waterproof floors, you'll never come back to damage.

A style for any room

This is an essential advantage because we all multitask. We eat breakfast while preparing for the day and lunch while paying bills.

That means we can drop and spill anywhere in the house.

Waterproof vinyl flooring is engineered luxury vinyl (LVF). Although the construction guarantees complete imperviousness, these floors have the same flair as luxury vinyl.

There are vibrant, true-to-life images of wood, stone, and tile. The floors have depth, dimension, and textures.

You see the same knots, grains, textures, and color/veining variations as genuine wood or stone.

Waterproof vinyl flooring = extreme durability

Think about it: It's even thicker than luxury vinyl–already five times thicker than the original product!

Wood plastic composite (WPC) and stone plastic composite (SPC) cores are so durable they’re even graded for commercial use.

And like luxury vinyl, they come with a robust, transparent wear layer that protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents.

Your experts on waterproof flooring

At family-owned KC Floorworx, we have a large inventory of all your floor needs, from waterproof flooring to tile, natural stone, hardwood, and more.

You'll also see more top brands, like Mannington, Happy Feet International, The Mater Craft, etc. Visit us in Independence, MO. We service Independence, Kansas City, Lee's Summit, Blue Springs, North Kansas City, MO, Overland Park, Olathe, Kansas City, Shawnee, and Lee Wood, KS.