Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring

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What Are the Types of Vinyl Flooring?

Luxury vinyl flooring is a rapidly growing flooring category and homeowners love the authentic luxurious feel of them. Luxury vinyl looks like real hardwood or tile flooring, but comes at a fraction of the cost, which is why it is becoming a favorite among homeowners. Dove Interiors Carpet One Floor & Home in Ruskin is your local flooring source, and we carry the latest trends in luxury vinyl flooring, so you can find a floor that suits your home décor. We use a special system to help match you to a floor that is perfect for your home. 

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Luxury Vinyl Tile

You should consider installing luxury vinyl tiles in your kitchen or bathroom if you love the traditional look of tile but want something more comfortable underfoot. These tiles feature different benefits including being warmer underfoot and easy to install. Just like real tile flooring, luxury vinyl tiles come in an assortment of shapes, sizes, and styles to choose. Most tiles are resistant to moisture and can stand up to heavy foot traffic because they are designed to withstand commercial settings. Another benefit of luxury vinyl tiles is that they are easy to replace individually, so you don’t have to worry about ripping your whole floor up. Just like tile flooring, you can install luxury vinyl tiles in kitchens and bathrooms.

Luxury Vinyl Plank

Luxury vinyl plank flooring is the perfect alternative to hardwood or laminate flooring. Luxury vinyl planks are designed to look and feel just like real hardwood, meaning your floors can be stylish and functional. Unlike hardwood flooring, luxury vinyl planks are resistant to moisture, warmer underfoot, and easy to clean. With luxury vinyl plank flooring, you can install hardwood in places you never could before like bathrooms and even basements. The best part is you never have to worry about refinishing or sanding luxury vinyl planks.

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