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Three tips for selecting waterproof flooring

Waterproof floors are trending hot these days. But unfortunately, our lives are just too hectic to add to the worry about spills, floods, and other water damage.Luckily, there are a lot of options. Here are some considerations when you're shopping for these.Understand the difference between ...
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All about the core of waterproof flooring

Cores are the unsung heroes of flooring. You won't see it, but the right one is waterproof and offers a solid foundation.That’s especially true when it comes to waterproof floors. So be sure also to know the difference between water-resistant and waterproof. About WPC and SPCThey refer to wood ...
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Is water-resistant the same as waterproof flooring?

No. True waterproof floors are impenetrable to liquid and made from entirely waterproof materials with no special coatings to help them along; they can also be either submerged or spilled. Water-resistant floors need to be wiped before it breaks the barrier and soak the core. We think it's ...
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What looks can you get with waterproof flooring?

One of the best things about waterproof floors is choosing any appearance you want or need. In today's post, we will talk briefly about some of the most popular looks you can find in this flooring line, so read along to find out more about what’s available to you. Match your décor with the perfect ...
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Can flooring be waterproof?

Yes, several flooring materials are waterproof. These tough and durable child- and pet-friendly materials are stain and abrasion-resistant, too. It's best to compare the unique characteristics of each material before making a purchase decision. Waterproof flooring options at Abbey Carpet of ...
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Best flooring types for radiant heating systems

There will be times when you want heated floors for your Livermore, CA home; the winters are cold, sometimes dipping to the mid-to-low 30s, and wet. At that point, you may decide on a prevalent energy-efficient radiant underfloor heating system that heats the entire room instead of a radiator known ...
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