Thanks to the wear layer that sits atop everything else, this flooring fends off scratches, scrapes, scuffs, dings, and even some light gouging, should you happen to drop something sharp. The wear layer is also responsible for good stain and fading resistance, and water resistance as well. It works great in the kitchen and bathroom for this reason, and can even be placed in the basement or other below grade rooms.
If style and design are important to you, you’ll love the fact that this material mimics such natural resources as natural stone, solid hardwood, and even ceramic and porcelain tile, right down to the grouting. It does such a great job mimicking these resources, that many are unable to tell the difference between LVF and the real thing.
Installation of flooring materials doesn’t get much easier than LVF. We know that time is often of the essence, and not all homeowners are able to set aside days, or even weeks, for flooring installation, such as is the case with wood and stone floors. Luxury vinyl can be installed quickly and easily and can be walked on, as soon as the installers are finished with the job.