The installation process is much like that of laminate flooring. First, the surface is leveled and thoroughly cleaned, and then the underlayment is put into place. Some flooring materials already have this layer attached to the planks, but that isn't always the case.
Next, the waterproof flooring itself is installed and then, a decorative finish is placed along the baseboards to give the look the finishing touch you want it to have. The entire process, from start to finish, isn't really that complicated and many homeowners attempt the installation themselves. However, experience and a working knowledge of the process often give you much better results and a lot more peace of mind about the performance of the flooring.
When it comes to looks, waterproof flooring has several different style options. For instance, it can be manufactured to mimic ceramic, wood, slate, travertine and so much more. Not only will it look great once installed, it will be durable as well. You can find this flooring in many different brands, so be sure to ask your flooring professional if you have a favorite.