We're restoring our finished basement after a flood. The contractor will be removing the original asbestos tile from the floor and then installing new flooring onto the concrete underneath. The basement is separated into 3 rooms: a guest bedroom, my "man cave" which is a workshop of sorts and a general/storage area. So the intended use of each area is a bit different. I might go for different flooring options for the different rooms but I prefer to choose one option to keep things simple. I do want some sort of waterproof floor in case of another flood. The contractor is recommending vinyl with cork back (https://www.flooranddecor.com/search?q=vinyl cork) as the best option. I am wondering if it really is the best. It costs about $2.80/sf. Is vinyl the best water proof option? What are my options for less money than the $2.80 and what are their advantages/disadvantages compared to the vinyl+cork? For example, vinyl + rubber or something else entirely. Thank you!