Posts Tagged: "waterproof flooring"

What Waterproof Flooring Really Means

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Every time you drop something on the floor, you might find yourself dreaming of waterproof flooring. Do a little research and you’ll find waterproof flooring is alive and well in the marketplace. But what does that really mean? Living with waterproof flooring in rooms where messes often occur sounds perfect. But is waterproof flooring really...

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Waterproof Flooring – It’s Not Just Tile Anymore

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What do you think of when someone mentions waterproof flooring? For years, the only choice you had was to install tile. Head into bathrooms all across the world, and you’ll find tile is on display in a great many of them. We’ve gotten so creative with tile it’s used on the floors, then moves up...

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Why Your Bathroom Should Have Waterproof Flooring

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As a homeowner, you try to combine looks with functionality and durability in every appliance and fixture you select. What good is having something look good if it doesn’t hold up under daily living as well?  Bathrooms are one of the most challenging rooms in your home to achieve it all. People often sacrifice looks...

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Waterproof vs Water Resistant Flooring: What’s The Difference?

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In some areas of your home, moisture can be a problem. Which is why it’s important that you install the right flooring for the conditions of your room. Manufacturers often state their products are “waterproof” or “water resistant”, but what is the difference? Waterproof Flooring Waterproof flooring will not degrade when it is submerged in...

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Waterproof Flooring For Your Basement

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Here in Colorado, many homes have a basement. And when most people look at expanding the square footage of their home, they look to their basements. If you have a walkout basement, in many cases you can have a look and feel that matches your upper levels. But even if its tucked away with only...

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