Flood prone river house
We have a cabin on the river that was built in 1986 and never flooded until 3 years ago, and again this year.
I had shaw laminate installed last year which I hated, partly because it was installed wrong and buckled, and partly because I just didn't like it.
I now must choose a flooring again, knowing full well it may flood again in the near future. I had considered the mannington adura, but, the samples have scratched, just riding around in my car for a month. However, I understand it could be pulled up after a flood and put back down again.
I have been told I must stick to a floating floor, or my cost for flood remediation will go way up.
Is engineered wood flooring much better than laminate?
Any other suggestions?