Vinyl Plank Flooring

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About Vinyl Plank Flooring

In a perfect world, we’d never have to sand or refinish our hardwood floors. We can’t promise you a perfect world, but we CAN promise you a smart alternative. Vinyl plank flooring looks and feels nearly identical to hardwood, but that’s where the similarities end. More affordable and much more durable, there are many reasons that vinyl plank continues to soar in popularity.

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Advantages of Vinyl Plank Flooring

Like we mentioned before, vinyl plank flooring is more durable and more affordable than real hardwood. Why? Vinyl plank features a synthetic construction, and it is made from different layers. The top layer is the wear layer, and it does well to resist scratches, scuffs, and stains. This wear layer protects the design layer, which has a high-definition wood visual. The design layer provides vinyl plank with its authentic wood look.

For premium strength and stability, vinyl planks are reinforced with support layers. With these support layers, vinyl planks will rarely, if ever, crack, chip, or collapse even when exposed to high traffic or moisture. Some vinyl plank flooring options even have waterproof cores, so they are considered 100% waterproof.

Where Can Vinyl Plank Flooring Be Installed?

As you can imagine, vinyl plank flooring is stylish and durable enough for almost any home setting. It can, for example, be installed in kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and other areas where hardwood isn't suitable. And, because luxury vinyl is more comfortable underfoot than wood, it is a popular option for bedrooms and family rooms.