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What you really need to know about WPC

One of the first questions asked by those who are new to WPC is, what is it, exactly? That’s certainly a fair question, and one that has a pretty simple answer. Wood Plastic Composite is the long version of this product’s name, and while the word “wood” is listed, no actual wood is used in making this product. Wood products, such as resin and pulp, are used instead, which lend to the waterproof capabilities of this floor covering.

Southern Classic Floors & More thinks it’s important for homeowners to really understand the products that make up their flooring. Not only does it help to be able to choose the best flooring for the spaces you need re-floored, but it can also help you know what to expect from that floor’s performance as well. With a showroom in Cumming, GA, we proudly service the areas of Cumming, Alpharetta, Roswell, Suwanee, and Dawsonville. We look forward to serving you too, when you come for a visit.

WPC waterproof flooring and you

If you are here reading about WPC, chances are you’re in the market for waterproof flooring. We applaud that decision, as it’s one of the few floor coverings that truly give you peace of mind against all the “what if’s” life has to offer. The truth is, things happen every day that can damage and destroy our flooring, but this is a product that alleviates much of that worry.

Waterproof flooring is most commonly placed in bathrooms and kitchens. However, with the wide variety of available options in style and design, this material can be used almost anywhere. It is particularly useful when your subfloor may not be completely even. The rigid core offers a way to hide these imperfections, while also offering formats that are wider and longer, for a unique floor every time.
Waterproof flooring options in Alpharetta, GA from Southern Classic Floors & More
For those considering laminate flooring, it could be that WPC will work out much better for you. For one thing, it can be installed in many areas that laminate cannot, and it makes a great flooring for your basement area. Even better still, you can install this product in rooms that are larger than average, without having to worry about the necessary expansion gap at thirty-foot intervals.

But probably the best thing about this flooring is that it can quickly and easily be cleaned and maintained, which means you’ll have a floor that looks like new for years to come.

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