Durability will be your priority when you shop for new floors for a home with kid residents. But, of course, waterproof, or at least highly water resistant is also a plus.

Kids also run and jump a lot, so non-slip surfaces are essential. Even though the style isn't a kid's priority, adults will want that! Here are three of our top choices.

Choice #1: carpet tile

You've probably seen these modular squares in hotels and restaurants. More and more people are discovering how terrific they can be for residential use.

They're colorful and fun and come in various sizes, shapes, and fiber types; our flooring store has a large selection, so come into exploring.

Carpet tiles have the same benefits as any rug. Because they're so thick, however, have more sound-deadening and water-resistant capabilities.

Choice #2: luxury vinyl

It's affordable, completely waterproof, ultra-durable, and low maintenance. In addition, the floors are layered and five times thicker than the original product.

A tough, transparent wear layer protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents.

Adults will love its high-end style–true-to-life images of wood, stone, and tile. The floors have depth, dimension, and textured looks.

Some designs at our flooring company include Curated Grain or Treasured Grove Driftwood by Karastan-LuxeCraft or Adura Flex Tile by Mannington. Feel free to come into our showroom to see our complete collections.

Choice #3: waterproof floors

This is an advanced version of luxury vinyl, engineered to be even thicker and more durable. The floors are also constructed with technologically advanced WPC or SPC cores that won't peel or ripple.

The area’s #1 source for all-things-flooring

The decision to come to Ropposch Brothers Floor Covering is an easy one! We're family-owned, have a large inventory of new floors, knowledgeable staff, and superior services.

We're also involved in the community, so you'll know who we are. Visit our showroom in Port Huron, MI. We proudly serve Fort Gratiot Township, Marysville, Richmond, Yale, St Claire, East China Township, Kimball, Lakeport, and Columbus.