Vinyl Plank Flooring

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About Vinyl Plank Flooring

Vinyl plank flooring’s popularity is increasing due to its unmatched ability to exactly mimic the look of real hardwood. It is the budget friendly alternative to hardwood flooring, it looks exactly like hardwood and even comes in planks. You can choose from hundreds of styles that can mimic the look of oak or hickory. There are several benefits to owning and installing luxury vinyl in your home.

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Water Resistant Flooring

Luxury vinyl plank flooring can come in totally waterproof options. This makes it ideal for rooms such as kitchens and bathrooms, where getting water on the floor is unavoidable. Unlike hardwood, luxury vinyl will not absorb moisture or water, which means you do not have to worry about warping or buckling. You can even install luxury vinyl floors in entryways without having to worry about water damage or dirt scratching the floors.

The durability of luxury vinyl is highly dependent on both the core and wear layer. 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 synthetic materials that are not susceptible to allergens or harmful mold or mildew.

Benefits of Vinyl Plank

Many luxury vinyl plank options allow you to install them over any subfloor. Some types of luxury vinyl can even be placed over existing flooring. Choose from a more permanent glue down installation, or there is an option called a floating installation system, where the planks lock together. 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.

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