Finding the proper floor covering for your specific flooring needs is very important. Whether you’re looking for the most durable floors based on your lifestyle, or a perfect décor match, there are surely some questions you’ll want answered. And we’re going to answer a few for you right now. If you have further questions, visit our vinyl flooring retailer at your convenience.
There are many types of vinyl flooring to meet many different homeowner needs. Luxury vinyl planks (LVP) give you to the wood look, luxury vinyl tile (LVT) gives you the stone and tile look, while wood plastic composite (WPC) and stone plastic composite (SPC) give you the same great looks, 100% waterproof protection, and an excellent rigid floor. Sheet vinyl is also available and can cover most average-sized rooms with a single sheet.
The lifespan of these floors can vary greatly, ranging from 5 to 30 years. The quality of the flooring you choose will determine a great deal of the lifespan, while a professional installation along with daily maintenance can be important factors as well.
The only reason an underlayment would be "necessary" is if there are imperfections in the sub flooring, as these will transfer through the vinyl. However, many homeowners add an underlayment for extra comfort, resilience, and warmth.
This is a great flooring for homes with pets. In addition to being very scratch-resistant, they are also easy to clean, so removing pet hair, paw prints, and more is an easy task. To make sure your floors look great for as long as possible in this situation, make sure to keep your pet’s nails trimmed.
Vinyl flooring can be placed anywhere in your home as long as you choose the right product for the space. Sheet vinyl, for instance, is a great addition to any room including kitchens and bathrooms, because it has no seams for water to seep into. However, if it’s a basement floor covering you need, choose a product like 100% waterproof luxury vinyl tile or plank.
From our Phoenix, AZ showroom, Express Flooringproudly serves the areas of Arizona and Houston, TX. If you need further assistance, visit our vinyl flooring store today. We look forward to assisting you