Looking for a water-resistant and stain-resistant flooring option for your bathroom or kitchen? Believe it or not, vinyl flooring is extremely popular, and for several good reasons. Similar to linoleum, modern vinyl flooring isn’t just stylish and versatile, it’s also durable, budget-friendly, and easy to clean.
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What makes vinyl flooring such a great option for homeowners?
Vinyl flooring comes in a variety of styles, surfaces, and textures that are perfect for classic, modern, and contemporary style homes. With so many options to choose from, our flooring specialists can help you determine what will look best in your home.
Vinyl flooring is one of the most durable and affordable flooring options with several styles, surfaces, and textures to choose from. Advanced technology closely mimics real wood, stone, or tile. This is a great option for classic, modern, and contemporary homes. With so many varieties to choose from, our flooring specialists can help you determine what works best for you.
Vinyl Flooring Options
There are a variety of options to consider when looking at vinyl, including:
Vinyl tile flooring, or LVT (Luxury Vinyl Tile), is less expensive than ceramic tile, yet it offers a clean ceramic look. These tiles come in a range of different patterns, and there’s no particular difference between “LVT” and “Vinyl Tile,” as both names represent a product that looks luxurious and realistic.
Today’s vinyl tile flooring isn’t the peel-and-stick vinyl tile you remember from “back in the day.” Vinyl tile has come a long way, with strong, professional adhesives on the back and sophisticated styles and textures on the front. Plus, these tiles are available in 12”x12” or 18”x18” squares, so you can choose the look that you prefer for your home. And because they come in pre-cut squares, replacing damaged or worn tiles is easy
Luxury vinyl plank flooring (LVP) offers a natural hardwood or stone appearance, but it’s much easier to install and maintain. LVP typically comes in traditional plank sizes, and it works great in basements.
Another attractive feature is that vinyl plank doesn’t get cold in the winter, and it’s generally soft beneath your feet, so it’s an ideal flooring option for those who want a comfortable floor that the entire family can enjoy.
With the proper subflooring and installation, vinyl is extremely resistant to dents, scratches, and stains. The right surface preparation makes it easy to install vinyl floors over any standard underlayment, concrete, old ceramic tile, non-cushioned vinyl, or hardwood flooring.
Denver Carpet & Flooring is committed to providing high-quality flooring products, fast installation, and competitive prices. Our flooring specialists will review your design preferences, functional needs, and current flooring type, and then we’ll advise you on the best-fit vinyl flooring installation.