Hardwood Floors are the most preferred and traditional choice for many long island owners.
Wood flooring adds value to your home due to its long lasting durability and it also gives your the option to refinish your floors and keep up modern trends.
However it may not be practical for some homeowners who have pets, high traffic in the home or where there is moisture (such as basements and bathroom floors).
These options now come in different materials (including real wood!). Modern designs and styles that suit any lifestyle,look,or remodeling budgets.
Water-resistant floors are a great idea when looking for floors that will suit a kid-friendly or pet-friendly space, but there’s important information about what makes a floor water-resistant and the different materials available.
Here are some key things you need to know
What Makes Floors Water Proof and Resistant?
When floors are water-resistant, it means that there’s an added barrier that prevents moisture from seeping into the core for a certain amount of time.
Water-resistance means that immediate contact with water will not result in damage, but the water will have to be wiped away eventually before it can get past the barrier.
Waterproof flooring installation such as LVT "Luxury Vinyl Floors" are now a very popular choice for homeowners with pets, small children or for basement finishing.