Luxury Vinyl Flooring

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Types of Vinyl Flooring

Choosing the best type of flooring for your home takes a lot of consideration, but we are here to take the stress out of buying a new floor. Luxury vinyl flooring is one of the fastest growing flooring categories in the flooring market. Luxury vinyl comes in different options so you can choose the look you want installed in your home. Although all luxury vinyl is vinyl, not all vinyl is considered luxury vinyl. Main Floor Carpet One Floor & Home in Royal Oak, MI is your locally owned flooring dealer and we are here to help you find the best luxury vinyl floor for your home.

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Sheet Vinyl

Sheet vinyl flooring tends to be associated with out-dated flooring. As technology continues to advance, sheet vinyl has been advancing as well in terms of style and construction. Sheet vinyl is available in 12-foot-rolls which leaves an almost seamless look. Nature inspired looks continue to be popular. Looks such as hardwood and stone are two of the most popular options.

Sheet vinyl is very easy to clean and maintain, and can be installed almost anywhere in your home. Some sheet vinyl is realistic looking enough where at first glance your guests won’t notice the difference. You will see sheet vinyl commonly installed in bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms.

WPC Flooring

Wood plastic composite (WPC) luxury vinyl is one of the newer vinyl flooring options. Most homeowners call WPC waterproof core flooring, which is suiting because the core is entirely waterproof. These specialty luxury vinyl floors are great for your entire home. Traditional and trendy hardwood looks are combined with the durability and resiliency of WPC. Most WPC products are considered luxury vinyl tiles or luxury vinyl planks, but not all luxury vinyl is WPC.

Rigid Core Flooring

Rigid core flooring is the ultimate luxury vinyl option and features realistic visuals and they also provide protection from dents, water, stains, and scratches. They are known as the toughest resilient floors and can handle anything thrown, or dropped, at them. They are also on trend with the latest styles like rustic, reclaimed, and brushed wood looks. These hybrid floors bring you the best of both such as being 100% waterproof, scratch and stain resistant, comfortable and quiet, and beautiful enough to install all throughout your home.

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