Yes, waterproof flooring is as stylish and realistic as it is hard-wearing.
Textures are trending hot right now
Sometimes people need help telling the difference between waterproof flooring wood- stone- and- tile looks from the real thing.
Adding to the realism are textures; modern technology is enabling manufacturers to do by machine what’s often done by hand. Textures give wood floors that finishing touch.
Here you’ll see:
1.Brushed, which has a lightly distressed look
2.Hand-scraped, where there are color variations between each plank. It has a rustic, distinctive, and expensive appearance.
3.Distressed features include scratches, scrapes, holes, burn marks, etc.
Maybe the most realistic texture yet
This would be embossed-in-register (EIR). Little indentations are made to match the grains of the image exactly.
Waterproof vinyl flooring doesn’t forget stone, either
In nature, no two items are ever alike. Embossing creates veining and color variations and all of the ‘imperfections” of a Mother Nature design.
About waterproof flooring
It's luxury vinyl, engineered to be thicker and more durable. Waterproof flooring is also constructed with technologically advanced cores, WPC and SPC.
They won't peel or ripple ever. So, it doesn't matter how much water there is or for how long it's been there.
It has all the same style, low maintenance, and easy installation as luxury vinyl.
Come into our showroom to see us when you are exploring waterproof floors in Sarasota, FL. You’ll see designs like Essentials SPC by Chesapeake or Adura Flex Tile-Athena Corinthian Coast by Mannington.
All your flooring needs are met here
At Paradise Floors and More, we have decades of experience, strong product knowledge, and superior customer service. We also have certified professionals who will give outstanding waterproof flooring.
Learn more and see the difference. If you live or work in Sarasota, Bradenton, or Venice, FL, visit us at our showroom in Sarasota.