Waterproof flooring gets a lot of attention, especially for homeowners who have pets. But water-resistant materials can make a difference in a lot of homes too.

So, what's the difference between waterproof and water-resistant flooring? That is one of the most popular questions that deserves a reasonable answer.

The primary difference between these two materials

The most significant difference between waterproof and water-resistant floors is time. Waterproof flooring never takes on water damage, even in flood conditions.

Some materials offer up to 72 hours of protection, giving you time to protect your floors by cleaning up. Water-resistant flooring can protect you for that specific amount of time.

For some homeowners, water resistance is enough. But others prefer the protection and peace of mind that comes with waterproof floors.

Durability in waterproof flooring

Waterproof flooring is already well-known for waterproof protection. But did you know they offer other protections as well?

Thanks to a layered construction in waterproof vinyl, you're also protected from wear. You'll see fewer scratches, scuffs, and stains with these floors in place in any room.

Visual appeal in waterproof materials

Waterproof vinyl flooring also provides beautiful decor matching. These materials take on the appearance of wood, stone, and porcelain tile.

You'll enjoy the colors and textures of nature, with beautiful results that last. Take time to talk with an associate about the perfect match for your home today.

Visit us for the best waterproof flooring

When you need waterproof flooring, visit us at Artisan Floors & Interiors. Our staff members are ready to work with you on any size remodel. 

We serve Cape May County, Cumberland County, Atlantic County, Ocean County, and Burlington County, NJ. And we invite you to visit any time you're in the area.

You'll find your waterproof flooring in our Middle Township, NJ showroom. So, visit us today to find yours and get a remodel underway.