Available in a variety of colors, durability, and styles, luxury vinyl flooring is the perfect option when you are looking for a high-quality and affordable alternative to hardwood.
Great quality with excellent durability and
water resistance – the next best thing to hardwood
What To Expect With Luxury Vinyl Flooring In A Tampa Home
Designed to resemble tile or wood, luxury vinyl flooring is often a much more affordable option. Durable yet beautiful, luxury vinyl is easy to maintain and clean, making it perfect for high traffic areas. Moisture, dent, and stain resistant, vinyl flooring is easy to install, and even easier to love. Available in various colors and styles, luxury vinyl flooring may be exactly what you need to transform your home.
By working with Tampa’s preferred flooring experts, you can trust that when it comes to your flooring installation, we go above and beyond to present you with high-quality results that transform the entire look and feel of your home. 2 Day Flooring promises a prompt and reliable flooring installation no matter the size of your project.
Why Choose Luxury Vinyl Flooring?
- Easy to maintain
- Moisture resistant
- Dent resistant
- Stain resistant
- Variety of colors and styles
- More affordable than hardwood
How to Choose Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Luxury vinyl flooring is not only durable and easy to take care of, but it’s incredibly versatile and has a lot of options for installation. Each style of luxury vinyl flooring will have a different look, so it’s important to understand how each style is installed.
This style of luxury vinyl flooring gives the appearance of hardwood flooring because it’s installed the same way. Often, this style of vinyl is designed to have a similar texture and appearance as wood grain. Plank vinyl flooring is more durable, more resistant to stains, and more cost-effective than installing hardwood planks.
Vinyl planks are most commonly manufactured in sizes that are four to six inches wide and three to four feet long. Though the planks themselves are resistant to moisture damage, the seams between planks will need to be sealed to prevent moisture from seeping through.
Luxury vinyl flooring that is made to look like tiles can also be installed the exact same way as tile flooring. Vinyl pieces can be arranged in different shapes and patterns that give them the appearance of tile or stone.
To give an even more realistic appearance of stone or tile, vinyl tiles can be grouted without needing to be sealed afterward. The durability of vinyl is unmatched, but if for some reason some of the tiles are damaged, they are easy to pull up and replace.
Sheet vinyl flooring can also be installed in large sheets that are anywhere from six to 12 feet wide. Often, a single area can be covered in one sheet of vinyl flooring because the sheets are so large. Sheet vinyl flooring is ideal for places where water or other types of moisture are likely to end up on the floor, like kitchens and bathrooms.
What's Involved in Maintaining Luxury Vinyl
Luxury vinyl floors are one of the lowest-maintenance options you could choose to install in your home. That being said, they do need some care every once in awhile. Areas of your home that get a lot of sunlight, need to be cleaned more often and areas with moveable furniture will need the most floor maintenance.
Protecting Your Luxury Vinyl Floors Against Sunlight
Too much direct sun can cause most vinyl floors to warp or fade, so make sure you have curtains or blinds closed during hours where the sun is beating directly onto your floor – or just lay out rugs.
Cleaning Your Luxury Vinyl Floors
No-wax vinyl finish can be cleaned by sweeping and the use of a damp mop or cloth. If your luxury vinyl flooring has a urethane or enhanced urethane finish, household cleaners will work just fine as these chemicals will not damage your floor.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring And Your Furniture
Luxury vinyl flooring may be resistant to scuffs and scratches, but it isn’t immune. Add another layer of protection between the bases of heavy pieces of furniture and your floor, like furniture pads.
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