High-Quality Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Homeowners have always preferred hardwood and stone flooring because they can add value to any home setting. However, although these flooring options offer natural style, they are not durable enough for all settings. For high-traffic and high-moisture settings, we recommend taking a look at luxury vinyl flooring.
Kings Carpet One Floor & Home in Worland has a great selection of luxury vinyl, so be sure to visit us today to get started on that new home project!
What Is Luxury Vinyl?
For the most part, luxury vinyl flooring, or simply LVT flooring, is positioned as a more durable, yet equally-stylish, alternative to hardwood, stone, and laminate. Luxury vinyl can handle moisture and foot traffic, and it also remains easy to clean and maintain. So, it can be installed in kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and other areas where hardwood, stone, and laminate are not suitable.
What's great about luxury vinyl is that you don't have to sacrifice style and design. You can take advantage of real wood and stone looks and feels. For wood looks, vinyl plank flooring is the perfect option, and for stone looks, be sure to choose vinyl tile flooring. Vinyl plank and vinyl tile offer the same premium performance.
As part of our luxury vinyl flooring selection, we have styles from Beauflor, as well as COREtec Plus and the full line from Karndean. And, of course, we have Carpet One exclusives like Invincible H2O.
Advantages of Luxury Vinyl
Luxury vinyl flooring is specially-made to look like real hardwood and stone, and because of advancements in digital printing, these looks are truly authentic. Also, luxury vinyl can be textured so that it feels like hardwood and stone as well.Can Vinyl Look As Good as Wood and Tile?
Unlike hardwood and stone, luxury vinyl flooring has a synthetic construction. As a result, it can handle moisture without any issues. Moisture will never seep past the surface, so any spills can simply be wiped from the surface. Luxury vinyl is therefore easy to clean and maintain.How Do I Care for Vinyl?
Planks and Tiles
Luxury vinyl flooring is available in planks and tiles, so you certainly take advantage of real wood and stone looks. Also, for a gapless surface, you can choose sheet vinyl.What Are the Different Vinyl Types?