Vinyl Plank

Why choose vinyl plank?

Luxury vinyl plank flooring, or LVP as it is commonly referred to, offers arguably the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to choosing flooring material for your home. Vinyl flooring is waterproof, making it an ideal selection for a variety of spaces in your home including the kitchen and bathrooms. Additionally, it is easy to clean and maintain while also being extremely durable. LVP is a great flooring choice and will last a long time in your home.

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Factors to consider when choosing vinyl plank flooring

Style

One important consideration when choosing LVP is deciding what style you envision for your home. Vinyl flooring comes in a ton of different styles - from wood to stone or even marble, LVP flooring will look like the real deal. Colors and texturing will also make your new LVP flooring feel like the real deal. With so many LVP options for your home, it might be difficult to choose just one!

Placement

Another consideration when choosing LVP flooring is where to have it installed. As we’ve mentioned previously, vinyl flooring is waterproof, making it an ideal choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and even basements. However, you don’t have to limit LVP to just those areas. LVP’s durability makes it an excellent choice for just about any space in your home, especially high traffic areas or other spaces where your flooring experiences wear from pets, kids, or accidental messes.

SPC vs. WPC

LVP is comprised of a core that is commonly made of one of the following: SPC or WPC. SPC stands for Stone Plastic Composite and is commonly referred to as Rigid Core. Rigid Core vinyl planking is known for being a physically harder product. WPC stands for Wood Plastic Composite and generally softer to walk on. Both products have the similar characteristics and a specific purpose.
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