Luxury Vinyl Flooring

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Quality Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Carpet One Floor & Home in Farmington has you covered when it comes to luxury vinyl flooring. We offer one of the area's best selections of luxury vinyl options, including vinyl plank flooring and vinyl tile flooring.

Our featured brand is Invincible H2O, which we're happy to say is a Carpet One exclusive. We also have styles from Shaw and Mohawk.

What Is Luxury Vinyl?

Luxury vinyl flooring, which is often referred to as LVT flooring, is categorized as a more durable and more alternative to hardwood, laminate, and tile flooring. Unlike those three options, luxury vinyl has a totally synthetic construction, so it can handle everyday wear and tear without any issues. And more importantly, luxury vinyl can handle moisture. Some luxury vinyl options, including Invincible H2O, even have strong waterproof cores, so they are considered totally moisture resistant.

At the same time, luxury vinyl flooring's synthetic construction means that it is more comfortable underfoot than wood, laminate, and tile.

What about luxury vinyl flooring installation? Some luxury vinyl options can be glued down to the subfloor like hardwood and laminate, but others feature a glueless installation in which the planks and tiles lock together over the subfloor. No matter which installation option you choose, your luxury vinyl floor will not have any gaps or other irregularities in the surface.

Types of Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl tile flooring is a durable alternative to ceramic and porcelain tile.

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Vinyl plank flooring is a durable alternative to hardwood and laminate.

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Sheet vinyl flooring limits the seams on the surface of the floor.

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Advantages of Luxury Vinyl

COREtec Plus luxury vinyl flooring

Natural Looks

Luxury vinyl flooring is specially-made to look exactly like real wood or stone, so you can use it to add natural style and luxury to areas with moisture and heavy foot traffic. Vinyl plank flooring is the appropriate hardwood alternative, and vinyl tile is the ceramic and stone alternative.

Invincible LVT flooring

Wear Resistance

Hardwood and tile can scratch and chip, even if they are finished. Luxury vinyl, however, has a super-strong top layer, so it will resist virtually all surface blemishes. So, in homes with children and pets, luxury vinyl will certainly hold up and continue to look as good as new.

Mannington Adura Max luxury vinyl flooring

Water Resistance

Homeowners love luxury vinyl flooring because it is water resistance. Spills will never seep past the surface, so they can simply we wiped up without any consequences. Also, some luxury vinyl options, like Invincible H2O, have waterproof cores.