Two of the best options for waterproof flooring for basements are epoxy paint and sealed concrete. Not only are both affordable, but they are durable and allow for adequate waterproofing. Epoxy paint dries thick and hard, providing the necessary durability that goes hand-in-hand with maintaining a basement floor.
That leaves you a lot of basement flooring options, such as ceramic tile, engineered wood, rubber and laminate flooring made with a moisture-resistant plywood core. But that doesn't mean basements are trouble-free. A concrete basement slab is porous and prone to moisture and water vapor migrating up through the slab.
The two basement-friendly flooring options with the best moisture resistance are our luxury vinyl tile and rigid core, which are 100% waterproof, so planks won't swell, buckle or lose integrity when exposed to water.
ThermalDry basement flooring is attractive, waterproof & nearly indestructible. It also has a 10 year warranty & quick installation. Learn more.
If you install a waterproof, mold-proof subfloor in the basement, just about any type of finished flooring can be installed on this base. But it's also possible to .
Whether you're waterproofing a basement floor or simply looking to install a waterproof basement flooring product Home Flooring Pros has an option for you.
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