Having waterproof flooring
in place in your home is not only a way to add beauty and functionality to your space, but you’ll fall in love with the amount of peace of mind you’ll experience. With a diverse number of looks to choose from, you’ll be able to match your decor easily and quickly. At the same time, you’ll have functionality that will be a welcomed addition to your busy home. Even if you’re not sure it will be of benefit to you, you owe it to yourself to find out why it’s a favorite of many homeowners just like you.
Scranton Flooring and Supply offers a wide variety of floor coverings and friendly, experienced service personnel to make sure you’re happy with your choice. Our staff in the Norfolk, Nebraska showroom will make sure you find exactly what you’re looking for, and can answer any questions you might have about products or services. We proudly serve the areas of Norfolk, Battle Creek, Tilden, Albion, and West Point, and we’d love the opportunity to serve you and the needs of your household as well, so come see us today.
The first and most important benefit of waterproof flooring is, of course, the fact that it is impervious to water. If you’ve ever had floors damaged by water, then you already know the kind of peace of mind this can bring. But you don’t have to live in an area that is prone to flooding to reap the benefits.
Accidents happen every single day. Busted or leaky pipes, leaks from a roof after damage, appliances that malfunction, or even large spills, can cause damage it’s hard to recover from. Repairs or replacement can be expensive, but this flooring offers you a worry free atmosphere for years to come.
Some of the materials you’ll have to choose from in this product line include luxury vinyl, ceramic and porcelain tile, and even laminate. What’s more, you have the depth of options that go along with each individual material at your disposal as well. This means, no matter what look you prefer, from natural resources, to intricate and artistic design, you’ll find it here.
Different materials require different installation requirements, so be sure to ask your flooring specialist if there’s anything you should know. You might have to move some furniture or wall decor prior to installation, but that’s not always the case.