Vinyl Plank Flooring

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Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring

If you want the real look of hardwood floors, but simply do not have the time to maintain them or have an active family, then take a look at our luxury vinyl plank flooring collection. Luxury vinyl has gained a lot of popularity recently due to advances in digital printing technology, and its ability to generate real wood look planks. This is the new budget friendly alternative to hardwood flooring and it is here to stay.

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What Are the Benefits of Vinyl Plank Flooring?

Most luxury vinyl products can be installed over any subfloor, including existing flooring in some cases. You have the option of a more permanent installed with glue down planks, but there are other less permanent options as well. Floating luxury vinyl floors are becoming more popular because of their ease of installation, as well as the ability to remove them and use them in another room.

If you’re not looking to put a lot of effort into cleaning your floors, then luxury vinyl is a good option for you because it only requires a quick sweep and occasional mopping.

Water Resistant Flooring

It is well known that luxury vinyl floors are water resistant. Already they have an advantage over hardwood, because you no longer have to worry about moisture ruining your floors. There are also totally waterproof options as well. Now you can have wood looking floors all throughout your home including the bathroom and laundry room. You can even install luxury vinyl floors in entryways without having to worry about water damage or dirt scratching the floors.

The core and wear layer determine how durable a luxury vinyl floor is. Compared to hardwood, luxury vinyl’s surface is much more scratch resistant. In addition to a durable wear layer, the core is made up of rigid materials, providing more stability overall than hardwood.

If you’d like to learn more about luxury vinyl plank flooring, visit Tastinger's Floor Covering in Franklin, NC.

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