What Are the Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring?
Luxury vinyl is one of the fastest growing flooring categories in the market and is quickly gaining popularity among homeowners as well. Luxury vinyl flooring is not a new product, but as technology advances, luxury vinyl is continuously improved on. At Cloud Carpet One Floor & Home in Las Vegas, we bring you the latest in the flooring industry and want you to check out our selection of luxury vinyl flooring.
There are several different reasons why luxury vinyl is so popular, and one of them is luxury vinyl’s ability to replicate the authentic look and feel of natural flooring like wood and stone. The construction is made up of multiple layers that all play a role in the performance of the floor. The image layer is where the beautiful replicated looks come from, and the wear layer is where it gets its durability. There are waterproof and water resistant luxury vinyl options for families who live active lifestyles, so you do not have to spend time worrying about your floors while you are busy. Below are the different luxury vinyl options we offer in our showroom.
Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring
Luxury vinyl planks are a great choice if you love hardwood but do not have a home that is well suited to handle it. Now you can have the authentic look of wood anywhere in your home, including your bathroom. Luxury vinyl planks also come in tile and natural stone look options. Luxury vinyl can resist scuffs and scratches from foot traffic due to its durable wear layer. Luxury vinyl planks are resistant to moisture, so unlike hardwood they will not react as much to spills and humidity. You can live your life worry free on these floors.
Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring
Like natural stone and tile, luxury vinyl tiles are available in a wide variety of colors, styles, and patterns. 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. Luxury vinyl tiles are as easy to clean as natural tiles, but they have the added advantage of being much warmer and more forgiving underfoot when stood on for long periods of time.
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