What Are the Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring?
Luxury vinyl is a rapidly growing flooring category, and quickly becoming a favorite among homeowners. Advanced technology within the flooring industry has led to the improvement of traditional vinyl flooring to bring you luxury vinyl tile and plank flooring. At Dicks Carpet One Floor & Home in Diamond Springs, we bring you the latest in the flooring industry and want you to check out our selection of luxury vinyl flooring.
There are a lot of factors that go into why luxury vinyl is so popular, one of them being its ability to replicate the look and feel of wood and tile flooring. Luxury vinyl’s construction relies on multiple layers in order for the floor to perform at its peak. The image layers are where the beautiful replicated looks come from, and the wear layer is where it gets its durability. Both luxury vinyl tiles and planks come in water resistant and waterproof options for families who live active lifestyles. Below are the different luxury vinyl options we offer in our showroom.
Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring
If you love the look of hardwood flooring, but need a floor that is durable and pretty much life-proof, consider installing luxury vinyl planks in your home. Luxury vinyl will resist scuffs and scratches from foot traffic due to its durable wear layer. The wear layer is a clear plastic film that protects the high-definition image layer which is where luxury vinyl planks get their authentic looks. Luxury vinyl planks are resistant to moisture, so unlike hardwood they will not react as much to spills and humidity.
Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring
Like natural stone and tile, luxury vinyl tiles come in a wide assortment of colors, styles, patterns and more to choose. You can choose from traditional tile looks or go with something that is trendy and modern. Make your home stand out from the rest and create your own unique flooring design. Mixing multiple tile shapes and colors can result in a unique and eye catching statement. Just like tile flooring, luxury vinyl is easy to clean and resistant to moisture.
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