Avoid water damage with waterproof flooring

Avoid water damage with waterproof flooring

With waterproof flooring, you can leave home for weeks or even months–without worry about coming home to damaged floors.

We know someone who spends part of the year in another region. He came home to a dishwasher flood, but his floors were undamaged. He was so glad that he had waterproof floors. 

It’s in the core

Cores are the essence of a floor. Once it's soaked, the entire floor usually needs replacement.

The cores are constructed with the wood plastic composite (WPC) and stone plastic composite (SPC), two technologically advanced cores. 

They'll never peel or ripple, offering you the ultimate peace of mind. WPC and SPC waterproof floors don't care how much water or time it's been there.

The only difference between the two is the feeling underfoot. WPC is resilient, while SPC is solid and firm.

Ultra durability

Waterproof vinyl flooring
is an advanced version of luxury vinyl. They're thicker and more durable. 

They also come with a transparent wear layer, making it impossible to "walk off" the image. The wear layer protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents.

Atop clear urethane finish adds both extra strength and shine.

Different construction, same style

Waterproof vinyl flooring offers realistic, vibrant images of wood, stone, and tile. The floors come with depth, dimension, and textured looks.

Like the original, the material is cut into planks to mimic hardwood floorboards. Square, tiled-sized pieces usually echo stone and tile.

Come into our showroom, where you'll see wood resembling Prescott by MSI. Alternatively, stone looks, like Adura Flex Tile by Mannington, are also available.

Visit us for your waterproof flooring needs

At Hailo Flooring, we combine technical knowledge with superior service while staying current with trends. Waterproof flooring is one of the hottest products on the market today!

Our company is in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, so visit us today. We service the Inland Empire, which is the Southern California region adjacent to Los Angeles, as well as San Bernardino and Riverside counties.