For decades, luxury vinyl planks
–commonly known as LVP –has been the go-to flooring for industrial companies and commercial designers. Versatile yet robust, manufactured in a seemingly endless range of lookalike appearances, luxury vinyl is much-admired for its photo-perfect detailing. Replicated designs are favored for their ability to imitate genuine materials, displaying the texture, look, and character of a great many installations. Now, LVP is the fastest growing market in the flooring industry. So, why is vinyl flooring suddenly taking over our homes? Let’s go over more great benefits to better understand this unique flooring alternative.
LVT and LVP are the latest and greatest flooring innovation. The market for these products has increased exponentially in the last 3-5 years, with the growth outpacing any other flooring product. Both of these products are made up of waterproof materials like vinyl, plastics, rubbers and more to increase durability while still offering the design choices of other flooring materials.
LVP is durable alternative to real wood flooring while still offering a wide range of “wood look”. LVP can be installed in areas where real wood flooring is not a good option including basements and other moisture prone areas. The option to have the wood look without the maintenance or cost of traditional wood products is one of the many benefits of LVP.
LVT offers a wide variety of tile looks that can be both grouted and ungrouted. The product can sometimes be installed on top of existing flooring, eliminating a large step in the process. LVT can be used in any room in the home, including bathrooms, mudrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms. Call us today
and our in-house design team can help you plan your LVT installation!