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With COREtec Waterproof Flooring, You Can Enjoy That Wood Look in Your Mudroom

Thanks to Metro Flooring, you'll get the latest scoop on COREtec waterproof flooring, and be able to install it anywhere your heart desires...even in your mudroom! Sure, in the past, mudrooms were a real headache, because of the messes and water splashes. If you had wanted to install hardwood in there, it wasn't the savviest move, and people usually came to regret it. Too much water and humidity can damage wood, and that's normally what would happen in the end. The great news is, in the San Diego, CA area, you can now get that lovely wood look, and usually for a whole lot less than solid hardwood.

Get the Hardwood Beauty Without the Wood Downfall
Yes, you could always opt for other types of flooring, such as porcelain tiles or luxury vinyl. But, if you're a die-hard wood fan, you'll always feel like something is missing. Now, this new surfacing material will give you the appearance that you love, without the need to change your floors every couple of years. Homeowners, you might just say, this is one beautiful solution to a wet (or muddy) problem.

Did Someone Say I Can Pick a Species?
Perfect for moisture-prone and high-traffic spots, COREtec waterproof flooring packs a punch in the delivery department. But, that's not all! Now, you can even pick and choose what species of wood appearance you'd like, and there's quite a few to choose! From exotic Tigerwood to Cherrywood, don't be surprised when you realize there's a vast selection of planks to pick. Go ahead; fall in love with the grain all over again!

Add a Little Help in the Moisture Department
Although COREtec waterproof flooring can withstand nearly any wet, humid or moist situation, there's no reason why you shouldn't add a little bit of help with water absorption. To prolong the lifespan of your mudroom floors, add a few quality mats or rugs to soak up excess wetness. Place them at entryways to provide designated shoe areas, but make sure you choose rugs that don't have a backing that could damage your new floors.