Luxury vinyl flooring gives you the best of both worlds. First, it won't trap and absorb heat, so you'll be comfortable in hot and sunny Florida.
On the other hand, it's resilient flooring. That makes it flexible and slightly warmer. When the temperature dips, you won't get that icy, hard feeling like that of concrete.
Two forms of luxury vinyl flooring
This vinyl isn't available in sheets. Instead, it is cut into square, tile-sized pieces used with grout. Many use the squares to echo stone or ceramic tile looks.
Alternatively, it is cut into planks. Luxury vinyl plank is associated with hardwood mimics.
Luxury vinyl tile and plank have additional seams. That gives it a more realistic look, say some.
A style for every room
Luxury vinyl flooring is completely waterproof, so it is the obvious choice for kitchens or baths. In addition, the high-end look works well in bedrooms, hallways, and living/dining spaces.
The wood, stone, and tile images are taken digitally, and the floors have depth and dimension, achieved with micro beveling and embossing. The floors come with color variations, textures, finishes, veining variations, and all the "imperfections" of a Mother Nature creation.
Hot stone and tile trends
The squares, sometimes called LVT flooring, can also be used on walls since it's a waterproof product. One trendy look is marble; Check out Pacific Marble from the Duraceramic Origins Collection by Congoleum.
Other benefits of luxury vinyl flooring
1. Durability with a top, transparent melamine wear layer. It protects the floors from scratches, scuffs, and dents.
2. Low maintenance. LVT flooring only requires regular sweeping and periodic mopping.
3. Uncomplicated installation. These pieces can be glued or installed to float.
Premier flooring source in Broward County
Daniel Flooring provides high-quality products at discount prices. Our expert, friendly staff will show you all the beautiful things you can do with luxury vinyl tile.
We carry only the best– Congoleum, Armstrong. MSI, etc. Visit our showroom in Davie, FL, especially if you live or work in Dania Beach, Plantation, Weston, Hollywood, or Fort Lauderdale.