Today’s Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring is not your grandmother’s vinyl! Or even your mothers!
Vinyl flooring had a poor reputation many years ago, but it has made a strong comeback. It is an entirely different product than it was when it was first introduced in the 1930s.
As the name indicates, luxury vinyl flooring is a high-quality vinyl flooring that closely emulates hardwood and stone using realistic images and textures.
It is costlier than traditional (grandma’s) vinyl; however, it is much more affordable than hardwood or engineered wood.
Luxury vinyl flooring contains four layers; a top aluminum oxide-based layer to shield from scratches and scrapes and a clear coating that offers protection against extensive harm, such as tears.
Then there is the layer that features the “image” – a practical picture of wood or stone, and finally the thickest layer underneath, which frames the greater part of the floor and gives it its structure.
Many of today’s homeowners – and realtors – consider Luxury Vinyl floor installation the ideal mix of style and usefulness.
Vinyl flooring as a whole is trending right now, and current styles have never looked better!.
Picking flooring is always a personal decision, but to learn more, read the benefits of luxury vinyl wood-looking planks below, or contact us to set up a free in-person consultation.
Permshiled’s OnePlus Collection is an SPC rigid core flooring or Stone Plastic Composite flooring.
Luxury vinyl flooring is known for being made with waterproof materials. This makes it the perfect flooring for bathrooms, damp locations like basements, hall entryways, family rooms, or any area where you might have people walking in and out with wet shoes. Of course, it is also a good option for any room if you have kids or four-legged friends!
Luxury vinyl flooring provides a rigid surface that can handle regular traffic as well as rough wear and tear. In addition, it typically comes with a protective layer resistant to scratching, scuffing, chipping, or cracking. The combination of durability and low-maintenance care leads to greater resilience.
Don’t be misled by the name “luxury!” This flooring style is an affordable alternative that provides excellent value thanks to its long-lasting shelf life. This is particularly true of the thicker luxury vinyl flooring we recommend, consisting of a substantial protective wear layer.
Luxury vinyl flooring is built to last and can withstand a high amount of heavy wear and tear. In addition, it offers top performance throughout a 25 to 30-year lifespan.
Once installed, the flooring gives homes the clean and modern look that current home buyers seek. In addition, when you replace damaged tile, laminate, or linoleum with LVT, you add to the resale value of your home.
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