With luxury vinyl (LVF), you can get anything from gorgeous, realistic wood-look floors, complete with grains, textures, and planks to earthy to the trending neutral-toned stones like slate, travertine, and limestone. Ceramic tile mimics include everything from colorful geometrics to herringbone and chevron patterns and more.
Vinyl plank flooring: the latest for the wood-look trend
One of the most terrific design options of LVF is that it can be cut into planks or squares, which can be used with or without grout. Like all LVF, vinyl plank is a 100% waterproof, durable product with images created with digital photography, so they're clear, vibrant, and accurate.
You'll see every knot, grain, and swirl; micro beveling and embossing add depth, dimension, and texture. Since this vinyl follows all the trends, you can get all the most popular species like oak, maple, hickory, American cherry, and exotics like teak, ebony, and Brazilian cherry.
As hard-wearing as it is beautiful
Luxury vinyl, an advanced version of the original, is affordable yet considered a premium product. Multi-layered, it is five times thicker than original vinyl flooring, with a top transparent melamine sheet that guards against scratches and scuff and keeps spilled at the top waiting to be wiped off. Made of entirely waterproof materials, this can be underwater for hours; wipe, then reuse because there will be no damage.
Low maintenance, all it requires is a regular (daily, if possible) sweeping and a periodic mopping with a manufacturer-approved cleaner. Installation can also be easy, especially when it's a floating floor where the pieces click together, mat, and hover over the subfloor without nails or glue.
Are you considering luxury vinyl flooring for your next remodeling? Come into the Avalon Wood Flooring showroom in Santa Ana, CA, to let us show you how it can change your home and your life. You'll also get a free quote. We service Santa Ana, Irvine, Newport Beach, and Corona Del Mar.