Luxury Vinyl Flooring

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Luxury Vinyl Flooring Guide

At Columbia River Carpet One Floor & Home in Rainier, we believe that no homeowner should ever have to give up on their vision – even if a typical day at home promises repeat performances of muddy paws and spilled milk. Fortunately, the flooring industry has been making enormous strides when it comes to water-resistant flooring. Today’s luxury vinyl flooring (or LVT flooring) looks and feels just like actual hardwood, but is built to perform under the toughest challenges. We have only the best luxury vinyl brands, including Invincible H2OCOREtec, and Armstrong.

Luxury vinyl flooring is available in real wood and stone looks, but because of its synthetic construction, it can handle everyday life. The surface will rarely, if ever, scratch or scuff, and spills and stains won't be problems. At the same time, luxury vinyl planks and tiles can handle moisture much better than real wood. Be sure to watch the video below to learn more about luxury vinyl:

What Are the Different Types of Luxury Vinyl?

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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Natural Looks

Luxury vinyl flooring is specially-made to look (and even feel) exactly like real hardwood and stone. Because of advancements in digital printing, these looks are truly authentic.

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Types of Vinyl

There are three different types of luxury vinyl flooring: vinyl tile, vinyl plank, and sheet vinyl. Sheet vinyl is a more time-tested option, but vinyl tile and vinyl plank are becoming more popular.

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Easy Maintenance

Compared to hardwood and tile, luxury vinyl flooring is easy to clean and maintain. Spills can be wiped from the surface without any issues, and you won't have to worry about stains.

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