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Waterproof Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Waterproof Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Once upon a time, finding a stylish flooring fit for the kitchen or bathroom can prove challenging. Fortunately for us, things have changed for the better. From high-performance vinyl planks that looks exactly like wide-plank pine, to heavy duty vinyl tile resembling burnished granite, there’s bound to be a waterproof floor fit for your space: an option that won’t ever feel like a compromise. While waterproof flooring comes in many beautiful forms, but luxury vinyl flooring certainly poses the widest range of options.


At Dicks Carpet One Floor & Home in Oakland we can help you discover perfectly waterproof flooring with our ample collection of waterproof luxury vinyl. A favorite of both residential and commercial clients, waterproof luxury vinyl flooring has many appealing perks. After all, we firmly believe that you should never have to sacrifice your style vision to suit your hectic life.


Waterproof vs. Water Resistant

Although all types of luxury vinyl flooring offer some degree of moisture resistance, here’s where it’s important to pay close attention. While your standard, moisture-resistant floor is fine for repelling an occasional light spill, it won’t hold up day-to-day with a new puppy, a houseful of preschoolers, or in a finished basement.


Waterproof luxury vinyl is truly a game-change. Creating a trustworthy barrier between life and your subfloor, moisture is effectively trapped at the surface of this formidable floor. Waterproof luxury vinyl options include WPC and rigid core floors.


Where to Install Waterproof Luxury Vinyl

Luxury vinyl flooring comes in many different forms and styles, including realistic-appearing planks and tiles. It’s always wise to go waterproof in your laundry room or bathroom, but these stunning and trend-conscious styles will easily work in your living room, bedroom, or board room as well.



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