Flooring is often used as a generic term for the work of laying down a concrete base, or for any permanent covering over a concrete surface to give it a more decorative look. Floors & Doors covering is an ambiguous term to generally define any finish material used on a concrete flooring structure to give it a more decorative appearance.
How to Restore Concrete Floors & Doors?
Hardwood floors are very common and most people recognize hardwoods for their aesthetic appeal, but they can also be used to add more functionality, by offering protection against cold, wet, or humidity. It can be very difficult to waterproof hardwood, but if you have a finished floor surface, you can have a layer of waterproofing compound applied to the surface prior to installation. The same compound can then be added to the sub-flooring to finish off the subflooring, which will help seal it from water and reduce the risk of cracking from water penetration.
In some cases, concrete flooring is designed to be waterproof, but there may still be areas that are prone to condensation and can be made waterproof again with a coating of liquid sealant. If you’ve got a finished floor that has a concrete base underneath, you could add a waterproofing agent to the sub-flooring as a finishing touch to prevent cracks from forming.