What Is Luxury Vinyl Flooring?
Hardwood and stone can add natural style to any setting, but because of durability issues, they aren't always the best options. Hardwood, for example, isn't suitable for kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas with significant moisture. Nonetheless, you can still add natural looks to these area by choosing luxury vinyl flooring.
Luxury vinyl flooring looks exactly like wood and stone, but because of its synthetic construction, it will resist moisture, scratches, scuffs, and pretty much anything else life throws its way. Some luxury vinyl flooring options even have strong cores, so they are considered waterproof.
Vinyl Tile, Vinyl Plank and Sheet Vinyl
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.
Your Local Luxury Vinyl Flooring Experts
Be sure to visit Lorens Carpet One Floor & Home to take advantage of our luxury vinyl flooring selection. We offer a great selection of quality brands, including our exclusive Invincible H2O. We also have styles of COREtec Plus, EZ Lay Flooring, XL Flooring, and Mohawk SolidTech
Please contact us to learn more about our selection and services. We proudly serve Missoula and nearby areas.
Learn About Luxury Vinyl
HOA restrictions, humid climates, and budget limitations are some of the reasons many homeowners opt for the luxury vinyl instead of actual hardwood. Simply put, these floors look exactly like hardwood, except that you’ll never have to worry about sanding them or refinishing them.Can Vinyl Look Like Wood or Tile?
Types of Vinyl
There are three types of luxury vinyl flooring: vinyl plank, vinyl tile, and sheet vinyl. Sheet vinyl is a more traditional option, but vinyl plank and vinyl tile are becoming more and more popular.What Are the Different Vinyl Types?
Luxury vinyl flooring, because it is water and wear resistant, is relatively easy to clean and maintain. Spills, for example, can be wiped from the surface without many long-term consequences.How Do I Care for Vinyl?