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Learning about WPC flooring

 
WPC flooring simply stands for “Wood Plastic Composite” flooring. While the word “wood” is in the name itself, there isn’t any real wood used in the construction of this flooring. It does offer an excellent wood-look alternative for spaces where water resistance is needed and offers many other benefits as well. Excellent durability and good life span are on that list, but there are plenty of other reasons to enjoy this flooring in your own home.

Tommy Lee Carpets is proud to serve the areas of Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Dacula, Buford, Sugar Hill, and Jones Creek, all from our showroom located in Lawrenceville, GA. When you arrive, our associates will be ready to help you get started towards the flooring of your dreams. We’ll find out what your needs and preferences are and then help match you to the material that fits those the best. We offer a great line of floor coverings at affordable prices, so stop by today to find out which is best for you.
 

WPC for all your spaces

 
There’s no reason WPC flooring can’t be installed in every room you need flooring. It provides excellent stability, thanks to its construction featuring a backing layer, core layer, printed layer, and a protective wear layer right on top. These materials come in a variety of thicknesses, but if you have a busy home, you’ll want to pay attention to the thickness of the wear layer especially. This is the layer that’s responsible for fending off scratches, scuffs, and stains, so be sure to ask questions.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Waterproof flooring in Lawrenceville, GA from Tommy Lee Carpets
 
 
 
The print layer is responsible for the amazing, realistic look you’ll get from this product. What is a synthetic material printed with precision, looks very much like classic hardwood flooring with realistic textures and patterns. The core is a high-density material that never expands, contracts, peels, or swells us, so even standing water will not wreak havoc on your floors. Instead, you’ll have plenty of time to clean up, leaving behind gorgeous floors for many years to come.

The backing layer, though unseen, really gives your flooring the credibility it needs. Created to be naturally resistant to the growth of mildew and mold, you’ll find it also gives it a great deal of stability. This makes them easy to install, easy to maintain, and they last a long while as well. It’s an excellent investment you’ll likely see a return on overtime.