If you’ve shopped around for flooring for any amount of time at all, then you know how many different floor coverings are out there. If you count subcategories and options, they are almost beyond number. So you might wonder what makes COREtec waterproof flooring so special. Well, that’s exactly what we hope to show you.
Metro Flooring has a commitment to absolute customer satisfaction. In fact, we strive to create an ongoing relationship with our customers, so we can continue to meet their flooring needs, no matter what they are. We offer a great product as well as consultation and installation services that we guarantee for the life of the product. For more information on how we can be of service to you and your family, please stop by and see us at our showroom in San Diego, CA.
What is it About Waterproof?
Have you been hearing a lot about waterproof flooring lately? If so, it’s because homeowners are starting to realize what an amazing product it is, and why it can make a world of difference in your home.
Just think of it. A water emergency that you never even considered has actually happened. Maybe it was a pipe that burst out of nowhere, or perhaps an appliance malfunctioned and ran water all over your brand new flooring. It could also very easily be severe weather that leads to flooding. Whatever the case, the fact is, emergencies happen all the time, and we’re simply not always prepared for them.
While there are lots of things in life we can’t control, you can certainly get prepared when it comes to your flooring. By having COREtec waterproof flooring installed, you are going on the offensive against these spur of the moment emergencies, by equipping your home with the best.
COREtec waterproof flooring is considered a first in the flooring industry and it offers a stability that is hard to beat. This is thanks to the rigid core that not only makes it easy to hide certain imperfections in your subflooring, but also gives it a bounce and a resilience at the same time.
As a “floating floor”, it’s installed by clicking the boards into place against one another. There is no need for gluing, nailing or stapling the product down, so it’s possible to place it over almost any subfloor.