Three textures you can have with waterproof flooring

Three textures you can have with waterproof flooring


Textured waterproof floors are trending right now, with impressive benefits and results. These textures can cater to both visual appeal and performance at the same time.

If you've never experienced these floors for yourself, this is a great time to learn more about them. Here are some textures that could help you make your flooring decisions today.

1. Wire brushed


These floors look like the surface has been scraped with a wire brush for an uneven surface. However, it exposes the soft grain for a beautiful match for any decor.

2. Hand-scraped


This texture mimics the grooves and etchings in waterproof floors that come from hand scraping. The three-dimension, rough texture creates a beautiful visual for a rich, rustic appeal.

3. Distressed


This texture gives you the look of old and worn wood; hence the term distressed. It enhances the wood grain and works well in various interior design settings.

Extended benefits of textured flooring


The visual appeal is easy to see with these flooring choices. But some benefits are only seen over time.

For instance, textured surfaces can help protect you from wear and light scratches. Waterproof flooring options are perfect if you have pets, children, or both; this is an excellent choice in your busiest rooms.

Visit us for your textured flooring today


At Staggs Floor Covering, we cater to your flooring needs, whatever they are. Our associates put all their experience behind your flooring needs for outstanding results.

No two homes are the same, and we know your needs are your own. Be sure to speak with an associate who can cater to that personalization.

When you're ready to choose the best waterproof flooring options, visit our showroom any time. From Marion, IN, we cater to communities such as:

  • Gas City
  • Kokomo
  • Wabash
  • and Alexandria
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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