Luxury vinyl flooring: the right choice for your floors

 
With style and functionality, luxury vinyl flooring can work for you in every room in your house. LVF is a premium product ideally suited for kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, or bedrooms. It is equally well-suited for each room, both formal and casual, and will hold up against wear and tear.
 

Planks and tiles

 
LVF comes in two types of flooring. Luxury vinyl plank flooring is made to imitate what hardwood floors look like. It comes in segmented planks that fit together like a jigsaw. You have a wide variety of grains and board widths to choose from. But if hardwood is not your choice, then luxury vinyl comes in tile flooring. LVT is designed to look like porcelain and ceramic tile or stone and brick flooring. At first, you may not think these are vinyl.

Due to advanced technology, the texturing is ultimately reproductive. LVF looks just like what it imitates. Synthetic layers are pressed together that can be anywhere from 8 millimeters to 20 millimeters thick. The surface layers protect the high-tech design layers from scuffing, scratching, nicks, and dents. The flooring has a core layer and a backing layer that are also resistant to water, but you can also purchase waterproof LVF.
 
 
 
 

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Waterproof

 
The wood-plastic composite and stone plastic composite core are waterproof. The flooring feels the same as natural wood and tile underfoot. Wood flooring is more comfortable since it contains a foaming agent. Both types of cores can be wet for extended periods without any change. This means that the luxury vinyl doesn't warp, swell, bend, or curl. It is ideal for basements, including those that are damp or may become exposed to water.
 

Maintenance and installation

 
LVF is a low-maintenance product. You only need daily sweeping and weekly deep-cleaning with a manufacturing-approved cleaner to keep its appearance fresh. LVP and LVT are usually installed as a floating floor on top of the subfloor or the existing floor. The planks and tiles lock together tightly. Padding, if applied, is attached to the subfloor before installation. Padding helps with the noise reduction and cushioning of the floor. A vapor barrier can also be installed if there is some moisture present. Floating floors are usually the norm, but a glue-down option is also available for installation. Abbey Carpet & Floor at Patricia’s serves many locations, including: Cape Coral, FL, Fort Myers, FL, Iona, FL, North Fort Myers, FL, Sanibel, FL, Bonita Springs, FL, Estero, FL, Naples, FL, Punta Gorda, FL, && Fort Myers Beach, FL. Our flooring specialists can help guide you through the process of choosing the best look for your vinyl flooring. We want to be your vinyl flooring store in Cape Coral, FL. Let us help you with your vinyl plank and vinyl tile flooring today!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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