About Vinyl Plank Flooring
Carpet One Floor & Home in Concord, CA has what you need when it comes to luxury vinyl. Luxury vinyl planks are a great option when it comes to wanting the best of both worlds. Luxury vinyl planks combine the natural and authentic looks of hardwood with the durability and resilience of luxury vinyl. Luxury vinyl is a budget-friendly option compared to hardwood, all while still achieving the same aesthetic appeal. You can choose from an assortment of styles that can mimic details all the way to the grain. There are several benefits to owning and installing luxury vinyl in your home.
Water Resistant and Waterproof Vinyl Plank
Most homeowners choose luxury vinyl planks over hardwood because of their water resistant and waterproof qualities. Unlike hardwood, luxury vinyl will not absorb moisture or water right away, taking away the worry of moisture damaging your floors. Achieve the look of hardwood in your bathroom or laundry room where you couldn’t have hardwood before.
We encourage you to take a look at our Invincible H2O luxury vinyl flooring. It’s our Carpet One exclusive 100% waterproof flooring option that can be installed anywhere in your home.
Dirt and shoes will no longer be a major threat to the surface of your floors because luxury vinyl planks feature a wear layer that resists scuffs and scratches. Your pet’s claws are no longer a threat either on your wood look floors.
Easy Installation and Maintenance
You can install most luxury vinyl flooring directly on top of subflooring. Some types of luxury vinyl can actually be placed over existing flooring as well. You can choose to do a glue down installation which is relatively permanent, or there is an option called a floating installation system, where the planks lock together. If you’re not looking to put a lot of effort into cleaning your floors, then luxury vinyl is a good option for you because it only requires regular maintenance such as sweeping and occasional mopping.
If you’d like to learn more about luxury vinyl plank flooring, visit our showroom and speak with one of our flooring professionals.
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