A Beautiful, Durable, Water-Resistant Flooring Option
Luxury vinyl plank (LVP) is an affordable and waterproof flooring option with near-infinite options for texture and style. It installs with peel-and-stick, glue-down, or click-together ease.
Installing vinyl floor (LVP) tiles, vinyl plank flooring, VCT flooring, sheet vinyl flooring and cove base will enhance your home's beauty and add value. Floor'd Concepts has a wide selection of vinyl flooring, whether you prefer modern, traditional, or transitional decor.
Vinyl flooring has come a long way. Styles are now more attractive, durable, water-resistant and cost effective than ever before. They're easier and faster to install than early versions. If you like the look of a stone floor, LVP flooring offers all the beauty but half the weight.
Not sure about investing in LVP flooring? Vinyl floors are durable, easy to install and easily maintained. They are well worth the investment. Make sure you read our flooring buying guides, watch our vinyl installation videos and review our project guides before and after shopping. If you're still not sure, we also have numerous options for carpet, hardwood, tile, countertops, and cabinets.
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Advantages of Vinyl Flooring
- Low maintenance: Few flooring options are as easy to care for as vinyl. You have to make sure that grit and dirt are kept swept free to maintain the surface of the floor. Then, you can use a damp mop and an approved vinyl floor cleaner to remove stains.
- Durable: Vinyl is generally considered to be a highly durable material that, if properly installed and maintained, can last upwards of ten to twenty years.
- Inexpensive: At the low range, vinyl can cost as little as fifty cents per square foot, and most never exceed moderate cost levels. Very high-end premium vinyl materials can cost as much as ten dollars per square foot, though this is still less expensive than premium flooring choices, such as stone.
Disadvantages of Vinyl Flooring
- Difficulty of repair: High-quality vinyl will be durable, while low-quality material will be susceptible to rips and tears. Unfortunately, once it is damaged it needs to be removed and replaced.