Where do you turn when you need all the protection and peace of mind that comes with waterproof flooring, but you also need the best appearance available as well? You choose COREtec waterproof flooring! Now an industry standard, this material offers gorgeous appearances, including the amazing realistic appearances of solid wood and natural stone. It’s also extremely durable, protecting you from all the many types of daily wear your home could possibly go through in addition to being completely waterproof.
At Comfort Flooring, you’ll find everything you need to make your flooring project the absolute best. When you arrive at our Mishawaka, IN showroom, you’ll be assisted in browsing our extensive line of materials and you’ll have access to impressive design consultation as well. Once a final selection is made and all the details worked out, our installation team will give you the best looking flooring you’ve ever had. Don’t delay. We’ve already done amazing things for the communities of Mishawaka, South Bend, Osceola, and Elkhart, IN. If you’re ready to make your flooring dreams come true, come out and see us right away.
COREtec is a brand of LVP, also known as luxury vinyl plank, and it offers an amazing high-end look, with the same reflected in its construction. You may not be able to discern which one is COREtec waterproof flooring and which is really solid hardwood. With realistic graining and texture, thanks to simulated graphics and 3D printing, you get that same timeless elegance without the price tag or the maintenance.
An easy material to install, this floor covering can be placed over already existing hard surface floors, as they come with a cork underlayment already attached. The underlayment offers an extra level of resilience and comfort, as well as a warmer touch that will be much appreciated during the colder months. Cork is also mildew, mold, and bacteria-resistant, it offers noise reduction and has an excellent lifespan.
COREtec waterproof flooring is easy to clean. In fact, a vacuum set for hard surface flooring will take care of most debris. A damp mop should be used as needed, however harsh chemicals should be avoided at all costs. If you do have to use cleaners, choose something that is pH neutral to avoid damaging your new floors.
Be sure to ask about differences in thickness as well as the beveled edges that come with these floors.