Wet Area Floors

FLOORS FOR BASEMENTS AND OTHER DAMP AREAS

Wet Area Flooring

 

SUITABLE PRODUCTS: EVERBASE 2-ST, EVERBASE 2-DT, EVERBASE 1-ST, EVERBASE 1-DTEVERDANCE

Wood Grain Look (EBFD)

Colored Drainage Tile Look (DT)

Solid Colored Look (ST)

USE EVERBLOCK FLOORING IN WET AREAS

EverBlock Flooring is completely waterproof and can be used in wet and damp areas. From basements to event kitchen areas and from bar areas to car washes and garages, EverBlock is able to handle wet environments. 

ACHIEVE A WOOD FLOORING LOOK WITHOUT CONCERN FOR WARPING

EverBlock's simulated wood finish floor, EverDance,  offers a realistic wood look that is nevertheless fully water proof and will not warp, rot, become waterlogged, or delaminate. Use EverDance anywhere a wooden floor is impractical such as damp basements or over wet ground. 

Create natural wood looking floors even in areas traditionally inhospitable to wood.

All EverBlock flooring is waterproof and can handle wet and humid environments

DT VERSIONS OF EVERBLOCK HAVE DRAINAGE HOLES THAT ALLOW WATER TO FLOW FROM THE TOP SURFACE TO THE AREA BELOW

 

The EverBase-DT (Drainage Top) and

EverBase 2-DT allow water, air, and some

light to flow through the floor, allowing

ventilation that permits water flow from

above the floor to the area below and

allows air to flow, assisting in drying out

the area below the floor.

The DT Version is ideal to use when

cleaning equipment and vehicles,

as dirty water flows through the floor,

preventing puddling and allowing water

to drain.  It is also ideal for outdoor use in rainy areas where water build up might occur. 

DRAINAGE CHANNELS ALLOW WATER TO FLOW FREELY UNDERNEATH THE FLOOR

All EverBlock flooring incorporates uni-directional

drainage channels which allow water to flow

underneath the floor.  These drainage channels

are like "roman-arches" within EverBlock Flooring's

structural support ribs, that form openings through

which water can flow.

DT version floors allow water to drain through

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