Many homeowners have excess space in their basements that they don't use. While a lot of people use that space for storage, some of them want to use the space for other purposes, and, to put it simply, bare concrete floors are not pleasing to the eye nor underfoot.
Basements are also notorious for dampness. Some basements are impervious to leaking and flooding, but others are prone to receiving wetness. Even if you have sump pumps that do an effective job of keeping your basement dry, waterproof flooring is something you should look into. Here are the best options:
Waterproof Concrete Sealer
If you just want to make your basement floor waterproof, this is the way to go. It's cost-effective and gets the job done. Most concrete sealers are acrylic liquids that flow easily and make the installation process a breeze.
Epoxy Coatings and Paints
These coatings are polymer-based and also easy to apply. Epoxy paints give the floor a nice color and also great waterproofing characteristics.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
For homeowners who want their basement to be not only waterproof, but aesthetically pleasing and inviting. Luxury vinyl will transform a drab basement into a room you and your family can enjoy for a lifetime. Vinyl flooring can replicate the look of hardwood, natural stone, marble tile, and really, the sky is the limit.
FloorQuest is your Wisconsin expert in basement flooring, and flooring for your whole home. We also carry and install cabinets and counter tops. To learn more about our services and products, contact any location today.