Bathrooms today are more than just functional places; they're where we start our day and are probably the last thing we see at night.
You'll need something hard-wearing, waterproof, stylish, and easy to keep clean. These floors have a big job!
Luxury vinyl: This product has it all!
When looking for new floors, you must explore luxury vinyl. It's a terrific, affordable way to transform any room.
With luxury vinyl (LVF), you can get amazingly realistic images of wood, stone, and tile, cut into planks or square tile-size pieces. As a result, the floors have depth, dimension, and textured looks.
They're also waterproof, low maintenance, and durable. If you want to amp it up, go with waterproof flooring; it's luxury vinyl engineered to be thicker and more durable.
It's constructed with WPC or SPC cores, offering the highest level of moisture resistance. In addition, these cores never peel or ripple.
You'll see names at our flooring store– brands like Congoleum, Armstrong, and SolidTech.
Stylish and sophisticated stone
Natural stones like granite, marble, and more add style and elegance to your home. They also increase your property values!
Tile: stylish and sophisticated!
We should mention right away that stone-and-wood look tiles are in vogue. Thanks to Inkjet Technology, these images are intricate.
They come with color variations, textures, grains, veining variations, and all of Mother Nature's "imperfections."
Other popular tiles are porcelain, decorated ceramics, mosaics, glass, and metal.
See our natural stone and tile collections from brands like Marazzi, MSI, and Interceramic at our flooring company.
The place to go for floors!
The area's full service At Y's Way Flooring, we know it's a significant investment in the home. However, flooring also isn't something you often replace, so our knowledgeable staff will help you get it right the first time around.
We're in Watertown, WI. No job is ever too small or big for us. So visit us, especially if you live or work in Oconomowoc, Lake Mills, Delafield, Fort Atkinson, Jefferson, and Johnson Creek.