Waterproof Flooring

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Leading the market for quality and endurance, Mersey Flooring offers a comprehensive range of waterproof flooring options that provide peace of mind for years to come. 

Our waterproof flooring is designed to combat everyday spills, mopping, and splashes for a reliable floor. Each product is extensively tested by submerging it in water for more than two weeks. Each floor remains unaffected by the full water submersion, with no changes in quality. 

This innovative water-repellent technology ensures that spills and splashes don’t damage or warp your floors, remaining in excellent condition for years to come. Waterproof flooring is ideal for moisture-prone and high-traffic areas, such as bathrooms, kitchens, and living rooms. 

Our range of waterproof flooring is as diverse as our customers' tastes. From natural wood finishes to sleek tiles, we offer a variety of styles that allow you to enjoy the aesthetics of traditional materials without compromising on functionality. 

Whether you prefer laminate, LVT/SPC plank, LVT/SPC herringbone, or tile effect, we have the perfect match for you.

Our laminate flooring is designed using a HydroSeal coating that prevents moisture from reaching the surface. In contrast, our luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) and stone-plastic composite (SPC) planks have a waterproof core that provides further protection. 

If you’re looking for that extra layer of protection, our 100-hour waterproof flooring is the ultimate choice. This has been rigorously tried and tested, and results have certified that our floors remain in excellent condition after being submerged in water for 100 hours.

This means that once installed, your floors are guaranteed to last for years to come, even in highly moisture-prone areas.

Whether you’re upgrading a single room or your entire home, Mersey Flooring's waterproof choices ensure that your investment is protected and your floors remain beautiful for years to come.

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Waterproof flooring is designed to resist water penetration, ensuring the floor remains in good condition. 

This is specifically designed to be installed in areas with high levels of moisture, including bathrooms, basements, and kitchens.

Water-resistant flooring offers a lower level of protection against moisture than waterproof flooring. 

Waterproof flooring can be exposed or submerged to standing water for a long period of time, whilst water-resistant flooring can repel water for a short duration. This is ideal for areas such as living rooms for protection against spills.

Waterproof flooring is highly durable, serving as a beautiful and reliable floor for bathrooms and kitchens. 

This floor can mimic natural materials such as tile, stone, and wood. It is also resistant to mould and mildew and easy to maintain.

Waterproof flooring can be installed in any room. However, it’s more beneficial for areas with high moisture levels.

This applies to both residential and commercial buildings.

Yes, waterproof flooring is pet-friendly.

This is especially beneficial for rooms with pet water bowls on the floor, as it provides resistance against spills and stains. It can also withstand pets' claws, preventing damage.

Waterproof flooring typically lasts 10-25 years when it is properly maintained and cared for. 

Yes, waterproof floors can be installed directly over most existing floors, including ceramic tile, vinyl, hardwood, and laminate floors. 

They are designed to cover up any imperfections of the subfloor beneath​​ for a smooth finish. 

Waterproof floors are designed to resist everyday wear and tear, including scratches and stains. 

They are suitable for various installation environments​​ as they resist mould and mildew, preventing costly payments for repairs and replacements. 

Yes, rugs and mats can be placed over waterproof floors. 

However, we recommended using mats or rugs that are labelled “colourfast” as they are resistant to fading and can be easily cleaned and maintained. 

Vinyl-backed mats or woven rugs are also a suitable option for waterproof floors. However, avoid rubber or latex-backed mats as
they can permanently stain the floor​​.