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Luxury Vinyl Floors in Farmington, NM

Vinyl flooring has exploded in popularity over the years thanks to its innovative combination of style and performance. Plus, modern vinyl floors look so much like real hardwood that even our customers can’t tell the difference.


If you’re searching for luxury vinyl flooring near you, visit Carpet One Floor & Home in Farmington, New Mexico, for all things luxury vinyl!


Not sure where to start with your flooring? Here’s a brief guideline on luxury vinyl flooring.


Which Types of Vinyl Flooring Do You Offer?

In addition to classic sheet vinyl, you’ll now find luxury vinyl tiles and planks on our shelves.



Each vinyl type mimics the rich visuals and textures of natural floors without the cost, upkeep, and labor-intensive installation. On top of vinyl flooring, we also carry vinyl wall planks for wall and floor installs, as well as sheet vinyl for a cost-effective flooring option.



Which Vinyl Floor Is Best For Me?

There are so many different types of vinyl flooring, and with so many acronyms out there (LVT, LVP, WPC – oh my!), it can be hard to choose which flooring is best for you.


Let’s take a closer look at each option.



Luxury Vinyl Tiles: Luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) look like traditional tiles, but they are constructed differently. LVT has multiple wear layers, including a balance sheet, an LVT core sheet, a decor film, a wearlayer, and a UV layer. With a softer surface constructed underfoot, it’s easier to stand on luxury vinyl tiles for long periods.


Some benefits of LVT include:


  • Water resistance & Heat-resistance

  • A range of styles and colors to fit your style

  • Ease of installation



Luxury Vinyl Plank: Today’s luxury vinyl plank (LVP) is much different from the idea of luxury vinyl from long ago. These planks are long and narrow, mimicking the look of genuine hardwood in shape and on the surface. On the surface, luxury vinyl planks are constructed using HD photos of authentic hardwood to copy the look.


As a result, LVP provides:


  • Durability: chip-resistant, water-resistant, stain resistant

  • The look and feel of hardwood without the cost

  • Ease of installation and care



WPC & SPC Vinyl Flooring: Two other vinyl flooring options you may have heard of include Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) and Stone Plastic Composite (SPC). Both are excellent options for a seamless interior design that is both budget-friendly and timeless.



  • WPC is becoming an increasingly popular option for replacing various wood materials with wood-like plasticizers.


  • SPC is also known as RVP or Rigid Vinyl Plank and consists of several layers, including a UV coating, a wear layer, an SPC print layer, an SPC core, and a balanced layer.


Is Luxury Vinyl Waterproof?

All our vinyl products offer some level of moisture resistance, but some of our LVT and LVP options also come with waterproof layers.


Waterproof vinyl flooring layers include:


  • watertight barrier to prevent spills above the floor from sinking below.

  • specialized core layer to ensure that no moisture reaches the subfloor

  • Leak-tight seams and a stiff core layer that stops swelling and warping


Where Can My Vinyl Floor Be Installed?

Waterproof flooring options are ideal in bathrooms, kitchens, entryways, and basements, while our water-resistant vinyl is good for living rooms, bedrooms, and more.


Commercial vinyl planks and tiles are also popular in restaurants, bars, cafes, downtown shops, salons, and other hospitality and office settings.



How Is Vinyl Flooring Installed?

Vinyl comes in multiple installation options for you to choose from.


Some luxury vinyl options can be glued down to the subfloor like hardwood and laminate, but others feature a floating installation in which the planks and tiles lock together over the subfloor.


The installation depends on the choice of floor you picked out. For example, a sheet vinyl option comes in rolls and is glued down with a permanent adhesive. The subfloor needs to be flat and free of imperfections, and a benefit of sheet vinyl is there are no gaps in the flooring.


Did you know? We offer professional in-house installations and select warranties for all of our flooring products.



Where's The Best Luxury Vinyl Selection in Farmington, 

Carpet One Floor & Home of Farmington, NM, has the best vinyl flooring prices and products in the area. Along with our impressive selection of flooring, we also have local experts when it comes to installation.


We offer one of the area’s best selections of vinyl, including vinyl planks and tiles. Our showroom proudly serves a 75-mile radius of Farmington, including San Juan County and all of Northwest New Mexico. Come to our showroom today to learn more. 

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