Waterproof flooring can save you and your family from the small accidents that can happen every day. After all, you never know when accidents are going to occur. At Panhandle Carpet One Floor & Home, we carry luxury vinyl, tile, and waterproof carpets. Whatever flooring type you prefer, feel stress-free knowing that when unexpected mishaps happen your floor is safe.
Benefits of Waterproof Flooring
With waterproof floors you don’t have to worry about the possibility of pet accidents, children dropping liquids, or spilled food going unseen for hours causing a disaster. Waterproof floors are kid and pet-friendly, as well as adult-mess friendly! Waterproof floors will give you confidence when inviting guests over or even dealing with the daily activity of your family. Kitchens and bathrooms are the most popular rooms for waterproof flooring, though other rooms like playrooms, living rooms, and bedrooms can also be ideal. Due to their durability, waterproof floors are perfect for homeowners who want low-maintenance, high-quality floors. Luxury vinyl, tile, and carpets are all available in waterproof options and come in styles that add to your overall home design. Don’t skip style or trends to get functionality, try one of our waterproof floors that has a personality to match yours!
If you are interested in waterproof flooring, stop by our showroom in Coeur D’Alene, ID to browse today!
Waterproof Flooring Options
Water Resistant Carpet
You read that right; waterproof carpet does exist! Technology has improved the functionality of carpet over the years, and today waterproof carpet is ideal for busy families and accident-prone homes.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Luxury vinyl comes in waterproof options. With its durable nature and elegant looks, luxury vinyl can bring a new sense of style and functionality to your home. We recommend looking at luxury vinyl if you like the look of hardwood and want low-maintenance flooring.Learn About Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Tile is a durable, easy to maintain material that can be used for floors. Tile comes in ceramic, porcelain and stone, but only certain kinds of tile are waterproof, so keep that in mind when you are browsing.