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Luxury Vinyl Flooring in Missoula, MT


Hardwood and tile add natural style and beauty to any setting, but they are only sometimes the best options because of durability issues. Hardwood, for example, isn't suitable for kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas with significant moisture. Nonetheless, you can still add authentic tile and wood looks with luxury vinyl flooring to these areas. Vinyl flooring is affordable, durable, and can handle moisture, scratches, scuffs, and anything else life throws. At Lorens Carpet One Floor & Home in Missoula, Montana, we’ll help you find the best luxury vinyl flooring for you and your home.


What are The Different Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring?


Modern vinyl comes in two primary forms: plank flooring and tiles. Vinyl floor tiles, or LVT flooring, look like natural stone, ceramic, and porcelain. Vinyl plank or LVP flooring appears just like natural wood. Our wood vinyl options even come with textures that match the grain patterns and knots on the surface. We also have wide plank vinyl flooring, which is generally more cost-effective and less likely to warp than wide hardwood floors.


Luxury Vinyl Tiles


Today’s vinyl tiles are a luxury item thanks to their unique combination of style and performance. Each tile provides stunningly realistic ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone visuals; many of our products can even be grouted for an added touch of realism. In addition to being more budget-friendly than natural tile and stone, LVT flooring is often more crack-resistant. The next time you step onto a natural tile floor, look around and see if you notice any cracks. Vinyl tiles are slightly softer underfoot and less likely to fissure if something falls on them. Additionally, many of our vinyl products are equipped with a urethane-based wear layer that’s ultra-stain and wear-resistant.


Luxury Vinyl Planks


Vinyl plank flooring looks and feels exactly like natural hardwood, but its unique construction makes it much more durable. Vinyl planks are made from specific layers, including the wear, design, and additional support layers. The wear layer is the top layer, and it protects against scratches and scuffs much better than natural wood and laminate. Also, the wear layer can handle spills and stains. The design layer underneath the wear layer includes a high-definition wood visual. Also, vinyl planks typically have support layers that are called core and base layers. These support layers provide the vinyl planks exceptional dimensional stability against moisture, foot traffic, and other outside stresses.


What is SPC Vinyl Flooring and WPC Vinyl Flooring?


We offer rigid core luxury vinyl planks and tiles with a sturdy core layer that adds durability and structural integrity so your floor can handle wear and tear better. There are two main types of rigid-core luxury vinyl floors: SPC vinyl flooring and WPC vinyl flooring. The primary difference is that SPC vinyl flooring uses natural limestone powder, while WPC vinyl has a wood floor.


Stone Plastic Composite Vinyl Flooring


SPC and WPC vinyl flooring products can both take on the look of tile, hardwood, and stone with exceptional realism. However, their core constructions offer different benefits. The core layer of SPC vinyl flooring uses limestone along with other components, making it exceptionally sturdy. Your SPC vinyl will provide superior resilience against wear and tear, heavy foot traffic, spills, and humidity. Although less durable, WPC vinyl floors are ultra-tough and offer unique perks. Stone plastic composite vinyl flooring is generally less expensive than wood plastic composite.


Wood Plastic Composite Vinyl Flooring


The core of wood plastic composite vinyl flooring is made using the wood floor, a wood fiber that’s been reduced to a fine powder – essentially sawdust – mixed with other components. Some newer WPC vinyl products have a wood-like material rather than a wood floor. While WPC vinyl floors are strong, they’re less durable than SPC. However, the wood-based core does create more softness underfoot, making WPC more comfortable to stand on for long periods. Additionally, it’s better at absorbing noises like pet claws and foot traffic to create a quieter environment.


Is Luxury Vinyl Flooring Waterproof?


One of the waterproof flooring options we offer is waterproof and water-resistant luxury vinyl. Waterproof luxury vinyl is one of our most popular flooring categories thanks to its durable construction, stylish appearance, and 100% moisture-proof protection. Waterproof luxury vinyl utilizes an assortment of unique features to provide moisture protection. This begins with a watertight seam and a moisture-repellent surface. Additionally, some waterproof luxury vinyl products have a specialized core that prevents moisture damage to the subfloor and mold and mildew growth beneath the vinyl surface. It’s important to note that waterproof luxury vinyl differs from water-resistant vinyl products, which, if exposed to puddles long enough, may allow some moisture to sink beneath the floor. This includes waterproof vinyl planks and tiles that look beautiful and function perfectly in homes and commercial settings. 


Professional Luxury Vinyl Flooring Installation in Missoula, MT


Thanks to their elevated appearance and versatile performance features, Luxury vinyl flooring and wood-look vinyl flooring can be installed anywhere in your home. We also have commercial vinyl planks and tiles, perfect for business settings and high-traffic spaces. We offer glue-down vinyl products or click-lock flooring for a floating floor. Floating vinyl flooring is very fast to install and takes minimal labor.


Be sure to visit Lorens Carpet One Floor & Home in-store or view our luxury vinyl flooring inventory online to take advantage of the best selection in Western Montana. Additionally, we pride ourselves on our low vinyl prices and regularly feature vinyl flooring sales. Whether you want a contemporary patterned or rustic grey vinyl floor, we have you covered.


Contact us to learn more about our selection and services. We proudly serve Missoula, Missoula County, and the Western Montana area. 

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