Three durable flooring options for your home

Three durable flooring options for your home

Durability is usually the top priority when shopping for flooring, especially if you have a large family with kids and pets. Nowadays, manufacturers can create anything with extra durability thanks to modern technology.

Depending on the quality of the product, installation, and maintenance, you can be sure your new floors will have a long lifespan. There are a few standouts, however.

Engineered hardwood

Most of us are familiar with solid hardwood. This version has the same classic beauty, but the construction makes it more stable and better able to handle water.

What makes it ultra-durable is the finish. Engineered wood flooring is always pre-finished, so installers can use an ultra-tough coating that can only be used in controlled settings. It is scratch and dent-resistant and is, in fact, one of the best products if you have pets.

Come into our flooring store to see designs like Aspen Grove by Mullican.

Luxury vinyl

All vinyl is strong, but this is layered and five times thicker than the original product. In addition, it has a transparent, robust, melamine wear layer that protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents.

Luxury vinyl is also utterly waterproof whether submerged or spilled on. That means no peeling, rippling, or staining.

Luxury vinyl is considered one of the most kid-and-pet-friendly floorings. It also has a high-end design; we can see beautiful wood, stone, and tile echoes from COREtec, SolidTech, Congoleum, and more at our flooring company.

Waterproof flooring

These floors offer the highest moisture protection, but they're so durable they're graded for commercial use.

You can be sure of high-end style since they're engineered luxury vinyl. Our collection includes designs like Cascade Dover Slate or Elkhorn Oak by Homecrest.