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Easy, Durable, Comfortable

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Luxury Vinyl

Our Collection of Luxury Vinyl Flooring is a wide range of affordable options well suited for a variety of environments. Everyone has a different story, whether it is fast-paced in a large city or easy living in a small town. We have products to offer something for everyone. Luxury Vinyl is water proof and perfect for installations through out your entire home including kitchens and bathrooms. Our collection offers color choices that will make you feel at ease and comfortable so you can enjoy ever day in your own personal get away … your home.

Our Unique Features & Benefits:

  • Water Proof
  • Scratch Resistance
  • Hypoallergenic
  • UV Treated
  • Suitable for use over radiant heating systems
  • Pet Friendly
Q: What is the difference between traditional or Flexible LVT and the new Rigid Core LVT?
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The main difference between the two is that Rigid Core Luxury Vinyl Flooring includes an extruded polymer-based core layer that gives the flooring a more rigid characteristic. This helps the LVT plank or tile hide some common subfloor imperfections that could transfer or “telegraph” up to the floor’s surface, which can be common with traditional flexible LVT in certain circumstances.

Q: What are the advantages to Rigid Core LVT flooring?
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The rigid core hides most common subfloor imperfections, making installation easier and ensuring a smoother finished appearance after installation. Rigid Core LVT is also waterproof, so it can be installed in water prone indoor areas, such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms and entryways. Rigid Core LVT is a floating floor that’s installed with a locking system, so you do not use an adhesive. Also, a rigid core allows for the pre-attachment of an underlayment on some styles that helps soften sound and creates a cushion underfoot. Also, there’s less subfloor prep than with a flexible LVT.

Q: What are the advantages of vinyl over real hardwood flooring?
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Stable flooring material holds its shape and size against moisture and/or climate changes. As a natural material, hardwood floors suffer in both durability and stability. A well-kept hardwood floor requires vigilant maintenance. Luxury woodvinyl planks also, unlike hardwood, have an extremely hard, durable wear layer.

Advantages of Vinyl Flooring

There are a variety of advantages that come with installing vinyl flooring in your home. These are the same tried and true characteristics that have been touted since the 1950s by vinyl flooring retailers and suppliers.

Vinyl flooring is relatively easy to care for. You can use a damp mop and an approved vinyl floor cleaner to remove stains. But few flooring options are as easy to care for as vinyl.

A well-installed vinyl floor is almost impervious to water penetration, making this the perfect material for use in a bathroom, kitchen, laundry room, or other high moisture space in the home.

Vinyl does not get cold in the winter and is generally softer beneath your feet than wood or ceramic tile floors Some vinyl sheets and tiles also have a padded underlayer that can make walking on these floors even more comfortable.

Vinyl is generally considered to be a highly durable material that, if properly installed and maintained, can last upwards of ten to twenty years. However, the quality of the material that you purchase and the way it was manufactured will determine how well your floor lasts over time. Solid vinyl and composite vinyl tiles are homogenous, with colors permeating every layer—a feature that makes them more resistant to damage from scratches. Printed vinyl will be only as durable as the clear wear layer that protects the surface. Fiberglass-reinforced vinyl sheets are extremely durable, while also being pliable and resistant to damage. One advantage of using vinyl tiles is that individual pieces can be easily replaced when they are damaged.

Printed vinyl tiles and sheets have a clear wear layer that acts as a surface barrier, protecting the floor from stains and spills. These materials are very easy to clean and maintain. Solid and composite vinyl tiles do not have this surface protection and will be more susceptible to stains, requiring occasional stripping and polishing.

Vinyl tiles and vinyl plank flooring are relatively easy to install, though you do have to ensure that you have a completely dry, level subfloor. It is possible to do this project yourself, but you may want to have a professional prepare the subfloor for you.

Swatches

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Luxury Vinyl Sono

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Luxury Vinyl Shadow Castle

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Light House 46194

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Manchester 443p

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Contact Us

Phone

435.843.0658

Address

34 S Main St. Tooele, UT 84074

Email

allensfloor.pa@gmail.com