For those looking for a competitively-priced floor that doesn't compromise on quality, luxury vinyl plank flooring is a great choice. Several manufacturers create a product called luxury vinyl tile, or LVT, which closely mimics the look of natural materials, such as wood or stone. The cost of luxury vinyl plank flooring is much less than solid hardwood floors. This means you can have the benefits of luxury vinyl such as waterproof and high durability that are missing in cheaper flooring options without the high cost of solid wood flooring. If you want to redo your floors and haven't fully committed to solid wood then you should consider vinyl flooring.
Vinyl flooring is known for its durability because it's very resistant to stains, rips, and scuffs. Since vinyl flooring is made entirely of plastic, it also offers superior resistance to moisture. The durability of luxury vinyl makes it a great option for homes with pets. Wood-plastic and polymer composite (WPC) vinyl is waterproof thanks to its composition of wood flour, calcium carbonate, thermoplastics. It can be installed in areas where high moisture levels are present. Vinyl does not get cold in the winter and is generally softer beneath your feet than wood or ceramic tile floors. Even though vinyl flooring is durable, it's not completely indestructible. Fortunately, if you have planks or tiles, it's easier to replace any damaged pieces. You simply need to remove the piece that's damaged and lay down a leftover plank or tile. Wood-plastic and polymer composite (WPC) vinyl is waterproof thanks to its composition of wood flour, calcium carbonate, thermoplastics. It can be installed in areas where high moisture levels are present.