With all the waterproof flooring options on today's market, you can get any style from wood, stone, and tile looks to encaustic and art deco ceramic tile patterns and more.
The beauty of wood, the function of tile:
Today's tiles come with intricate patterns, raised grains, textures, color variations, veining distinctions, and more that fit into any decor. These include rustic and farmhouse to industrial chic, coastal, BOHO, mid-century, etc.
True-to-life images of wood, stone, and tile
Luxury vinyl waterproof floors are cut into planks (LVP) or square, tile-sized pieces (LVT). So you can have wood looks in the bath, "the wettest room in the house," a marble or granite floor, or more.
Relatively new to the market, already capturing everyone’s attention
Sometimes referred to as waterproof vinyl floors, these floors are an amped-up version of luxury vinyl. They are engineered to be thicker and more durable.
These waterproof floors are constructed with the WPC (wood plastic composite) or SPC (stone plastic composite) cores that never peel or ripple. So it doesn't matter how much water there is or how long it's been there.
This flooring comes in the same style as the luxury version and is five times thicker than the original product. In addition, these surfaces are layered, with a top transparent melamine wear layer that protects the surface from scratches, scuffs, and dents.
Stone core LVP
This is a vinyl plank with the core of the SPC (stone plastic composite). These are waterproof floors that are durable with a solid and rigid feeling underfoot like hardwood.
See us about your waterproof flooring options
Mark's Floors has over 30 years of experience and is a family-owned company. We work with homeowners, realtors, contractors, and builders.
Visit either of our showrooms for a free waterproof flooring quote. We’re in Minneola & Winter Garden, FL, convenient to Clermont, Apopka, Fruitland Park, Eustis, Groveland, Leesburg, Ocoee, Sorrento, Windermere, Tavares, Zellwood, and Umatilla.