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Types of Luxury Vinyl

Types of Luxury Vinyl

If you’re interested in a hard surface floor that’s stylish and durable, it’s time to consider luxury vinyl. Vinyl is a synthetic flooring option that’s perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, basements, and other moisture-prone areas. It also comes in high-end hardwood, tile, and stone looks that bring an upscale touch to main living spaces like bedrooms and dining rooms for an affordable price. At J.B. Short Carpet One Floor & Home, we offer a top selection of the latest products, including vinyl planks and tiles.


Luxury Vinyl Tiles

LVT flooring looks like natural stone, ceramic, and porcelain and comes in rectangular and square modules. Vinyl tiles are available in a variety of patterns and sizes, and many of our vinyl collections even have artificial grout lines if you want them to look more real. Luxury vinyl tiles are cheaper and easier to install than real tile. They also are softer and warmer underfoot and often have a cushioned underlayment that helps absorb noise from pet claws and heels. Since it’s synthetic, luxury vinyl tile flooring is highly crack and chip-resistant. Our experts are available to guide you through the various looks and give insight into which vinyl flooring products will work best in your space.

Luxury Vinyl Planks

LVP flooring is a synthetic flooring option that’s perfect for adding style and wood look detail to your home. Each vinyl plank has a high-definition hardwood visual layer that’s textured to match the wood grain. Vinyl planks also come in the form of long panels, just like real hardwood. They even can have bevelled edges. Styles include popular species like birch, maple, oak, hickory, mahogany, and white pine. Vinyl planks are much less expensive to buy and maintain, making them an excellent option for homeowners who want to build a budget-friendly, durable floor. LV planks are also available in wide plank form, which is especially stylish right now.


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