Vinyl Plank Flooring

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Quality Vinyl Plank Flooring

If you're looking for a more durable alternative to hardwood flooring, be sure to check out vinyl plank flooring. Vinyl plank offers real wood looks, but it features a special construction for long-lasting performance.

Visit Carpet One Floor & Home in Farmington to check out vinyl plank flooring. We have a full selection of vinyl plank, as well as other luxury vinyl flooring options.

What Is Vinyl Plank Flooring?

Like we mentioned before, vinyl plank flooring is an alternative to hardwood. Whereas hardwood has a natural wood construction, vinyl plank has a synthentic construction. The individual vinyl planks are made from different layers. As a result, vinyl plank flooring, even without treatments and finishes, is unlikely to scratch, scuff, or stain. Also, vinyl plank flooring will rarely, if ever, chip or crack in areas with heavy foot traffic.

Most importantly, vinyl plank flooring, unlike hardwood and even laminate, is considered water resistant. Spills can simply be wiped from the surface without many long-term consequences.

Some vinyl plank floors even have waterproof cores, so they are considered 100% waterproof. With these cores, the vinyl planks will not expand or contract when exposed to moisture.

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Where Can Vinyl Plank Be Installed?

Given its performance features, vinyl plank flooring can pretty much be installed anywhere in the home. It is popular in kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas where hardwood isn't suitable, but it is also comfortable enough underfoot for living rooms.