What Is Luxury Vinyl Flooring?
A comparative newcomer to the flooring world, luxury vinyl flooring (sometimes called LVT flooring) is steadily making its way to the top. With today’s families leading busier lives than ever before, it’s easy to understand why. McCrorie Carpet One Floor & Home offers a great luxury vinyl flooring selection. Visit us in Port Angeles, Port Hadlock, or Sequim.
Luxury vinyl flooring features a synthetic construction, and it is made from different layers. The top layer is called the wear layer, and it resists scratches and scuffs better than real wood and tile. Underneath the wear layer is usually the design layer, which includes an ultra-realistic image of wood, stone, or ceramic.
In addition, luxury vinyl floors have support layers that are referred to as core and base layers. Many newer options, including our exclusive Invincible H2O, have a waterproof core, so these floors are considered 100% waterproof.
Where Can Luxury Vinyl Be Installed?
For the most part, luxury vinyl flooring is durable enough for any room in the home. So, it can be installed in kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and other areas where hardwood and even stone are not suitable.
Be sure to work with our experts to find out which luxury vinyl option is right for your desired setting. We can help you choose the perfect vinyl plank, vinyl tile, or sheet vinyl option.
Vinyl tile flooring is a durable alternative to ceramic and porcelain tile.
Vinyl plank flooring is a durable alternative to hardwood and laminate.
Sheet vinyl flooring limits the seams on the surface of the floor.
Learn About Luxury Vinyl
A look that goes back many centuries, natural hardwood and stone aren’t going out of style anytime soon. That being said, modern innovation has now given us a much better way. Luxury vinyl plank and tile is not only less expensive than their organic counterparts: it’s also a lot more durable and easier to maintain.Can Vinyl Look as Good as Wood and Tile?
Types of Vinyl
The three types of luxury vinyl flooring are vinyl plank, vinyl tile, and sheet vinyl. Let our experts help you make the right choice for your setting.What Are the Different Types of Vinyl?