Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Why Vinyl Flooring

Luxury Vynil

Looking for an alternative to wood, tile or stone flooring? Then luxury vinyl flooring may be just right for you! Engineered to mimic the look of stone, tile or wood, this $2 Billion industry has taken the world by storm. But why vinyl? Below are few reasons that will make you want to consider this durable alternative.

COST- Luxury vinyl flooring can cost anywhere from $2 to $5 per square foot, whereas hardwood is likely to be found in the $8 to $25 per range per square foot. This reduction in price is worth noting, especially for homeowners who want quality flooring but are also on a budget.

AESTHETHICS- The material is created with the latest technology to give you a natural look and feel on the surface, meaning you don’t have to worry about your floors looking artificial or unappealing. In fact, many people might have an issue with differentiating natural flooring from vinyl flooring.

INSTALL- Many vinyl tiles can actually be installed over existing floors, getting rid of the need to remove the “old floor” altogether, saving time and finances.

MAINTENANCE- LVT is resistant to stains, so you do not need to invest financially in special cleaning supplies or services. LVT is resistant to stains, so you don’t need to invest financially in special cleaning supplies or services. No pricey cleaning equipment needed, as LVT is truly stress and worry-free.

DURABILITY- Finally, luxury vinyl flooring is one of the most durable types of material you can possibly have. Even though these planks may look elegant and in danger of irreparable scuffing, scratching and staining—they are truly long-lasting and can withstand a lot of foot traffic without showing signs of wear and tear.

Overall, LVT has many benefits and advantages. Explore these options today so you can find the style and look that works for you.

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Why Vinyl Flooring

Looking for an alternative to wood, tile or stone flooring? Then luxury vinyl flooring may be just right for you! Engineered to mimic the look of stone, tile or wood, this $2 Billion industry has taken the world by storm. But why vinyl? Below are few reasons that will make you want to consider this durable alternative.

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