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Our Pick for Top Water-Resistant Floor
Friday, December 12, 2014

Last month, we gave you tips and ideas of how to keep your floors in pristine condition for destructive winter weather conditions. But not all floors are created equal, and even with care not every floor can hold up to the extra moisture snow and slush bring. While all floors have their benefits, one of the best options for a floor that can withstand the water and excess moisture winter brings is none other than luxury vinyl.

Whether you’re interested in luxury vinyl plank or luxury vinyl tile, there are countless options of this flooring for you. Luxury vinyl has varieties that are made to look like stone, terra cotta, ceramic, tile and wood. Vinyl flooring has come a long way since its beginning in the 1930s. After World War II, vinyl was no longer saved for the war effort, and it boomed back onto the market. Vinyl was initially a composite flooring that became the norm in many homes across the U.S. during the 1950s. Low-maintenance and its ability to withstand abrasions, withstand water and withstand fire, made this a popular flooring choice.

But popular didn’t always mean good looking, at first anyway. Take a stroll down memory lane, and the floor in your grandparents’ house is most likely the original vinyl that was used in many homes. Now in the 21st century, details and design are more prominent in all varieties of flooring, and people are starting to take notice of these features in vinyl. Design aspects aren’t the only reason vinyl is one of the top choices of floors for 2014, the daily (mis)givings of life are nothing compared to this floor, including moisture.

Durable and resistant to dents, vinyl is water resistant too. So, if you haven’t put down any floor mats or don’t have a proper mudroom for guests to shed their coats and boots in your home, there will be little worry for those shoes left on the floor. Spills are easy to clean up on vinyl. But, it’s not just the moisture from the weather vinyl can stand up to, it’s a great flooring choice for a moist area in a home. Both vinyl plank and vinyl tile can be installed in rooms that have high moisture levels, such as a bathroom or a kitchen.

With the holidays come a cornucopia of relatives at your door, and all of their layers of winter clothing. There is no need to fret about excess water (or spills of wine and spirits) with luxury vinyl flooring. This floor can hold up to almost anything life has to throw at it, which includes water and moisture. Along with the preparation ideas we provided you with last month, having vinyl installed in your home will give you the ease of mind and alluring floor you’re looking for.



 
 
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