LVT provides exceptional durability and performance…
At Floor to Ceiling you will find a large select of luxury vinyl tile (LVT), which looks like ceramic tile, and luxury vinyl plank (LVP), which mimics wood. Both types are extremely resilient, about the easiest flooring in the world to install and completely waterproof. Since luxury vinyl is so pliable, it’s a great choice over uneven subfloors.
LVT and LVP are also known as resilient flooring because they provide some give underfoot, which makes it easier on your feet and legs when you have to stand on it for a long time. Today’s LVT and LVP products provide style and color choices for every design preference. Texture, depth, variable sizes and durability are features of Luxury Vinyls that are hard to surpass!
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Benefits of LVT & LVP
Low maintenance and superior performance
Easier on your feet and legs when you have to stand on it for a long time
Water resistant and durable
Residential or Commercial applications
Considerations when choosing Luxury Vinyl Tile or Plank for your Project
There are many great reasons to choose LVT/ LVP products for your home. However, before you purchase and install an LVT or LVP product, please review the information below to ensure you are prepared and it is the right product for your family.
These floors should not be installed over existing resilient floors. When using radiant heat flooring, the substrate should not exceed 85°F. If not installed properly, the floors can look unsightly and not wear properly. Drapes and window coverings are recommended during peak sunlight hours.
Caring for Luxury Vinyl’s
Take a look at some care items and considerations to use as guidelines to keep your Luxury Vinyl Tile or Plank lasting for years.
Floors should never be flooded with water or be allowed to have standing water. This can loosen the adhesive.
Protect the floors from dirt and grit that can be tracked in by using walk off mats at every entrance.
Do not use rubber backed mats. Certain rubber compounds can permanently stain vinyl.
Never use vinegar, acetone or lacquer thinner to clean these floors.
Spills should be removed immediately.
The floor should be swept, dust mopped or vacuumed on a regular basis.
Stubborn rubber heel marks can be removed with a soft cloth dampened with mineral spirits.