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Luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring is an ideal solution for a busy family home environment. Vinyl plank flooring provides endless possibilities and tremendous benefits. Vinyl plank flooring is kid-friendly and able to withstand muddy shoes, heavy traffic, and messy pets! The superior waterproof top layer of vinyl plank flooring means that it doesn’t expand or shrink!
LeviArs’ wide variety of luxury vinyl plank will continue looking great even in high-traffic areas and withstand high-moisture areas like your kitchen, bathroom, mudroom or laundry room. Vinyl plank flooring’s ease of cleanup and simple installation make it an appealing option for your home.
At LeviArs, we are ready to provide you with the best vinyl plank flooring options and the great durability that these floors are known for. As product specialists, we can help you determine what is best for your ultimate needs and budget and whether luxury vinyl plank flooring is the right choice for you.
What luxury vinyl plank should I choose?
Although vinyl is an inexpensive choice, choosing the cheapest option could potentially create more expense in the future. Frequently, the least expensive choice is the lowest quality choice, resulting in the product’s short lifespan.
What should I do before installing?
Your subfloor should be level, and free of any squeaks or creaks before beginning your floor installation.
How long will my vinyl plank floor last?
For lower-end brands, the lifespan of the wear layer is estimated at about 10 years in the best-case scenario. High-quality brands have a thicker and more durable layer, which can last up to 30 years if properly cleaned and maintained.VIEW PRODUCTS NOW
Does vinyl look and feel like real hardwood flooring?
Vinyl often looks authentic, but the feel lets you know that it is not made from wood. It can feel like plastic and can also feel fairly hard under your feet if you happen to choose low-quality brands. The more luxurious options can have texture, just like a hardwood floor, yet will not add the same warm feel to a room that hardwood and engineered hardwood floors do.