Three frequently asked questions about luxury vinyl flooring

Three frequently asked questions about luxury vinyl flooring

Luxury vinyl is a multiple-layer, manufactured flooring material that continues to grow in popularity. This floor covering adds an upscale element to room decor, regardless of which style you choose.

Beach House Flooring and Tile Co. in Jarvisburg, North Carolina, offers a great selection of luxury vinyl styles that look great in year-round and vacation homes.

What luxury vinyl styles can I find?

Luxury vinyl plank flooring looks like hardwood, while luxury vinyl tile flooring looks like wood, stone, ceramic, and concrete.

Vinyl plank flooring simulates many exotic and domestic wood species, and superior Embossed in Register planks feature texturing aligned with the wood grain pattern. In addition, the most popular LVT flooring mimics stones like marble and slate.

Is luxury vinyl flooring waterproof?

High-quality luxury vinyl is scratch, stain, wear-resistant, and 100-percent waterproof. Moreover, these tough planks and tiles have a thick wear layer on the surface to protect the image layer beneath it.

With a core layer that tolerates standing water and a well-protected image layer that wears well, some luxury vinyl flooring is expected to last 25 years or more.

Will luxury vinyl be suitable for my home?

Luxury vinyl tile flooring is so durable and versatile that it's ideal for almost every home. It is installed in basements, attics, and every other room in the house, and with floating floor and glue-down designs, it is laid over any subfloor.

Luxury vinyl is an ideal choice if you have pets or children, especially since it has a no-maintenance, easy-to-clean surface.

Your area’s flooring store

Beach House Flooring and Tile Co. offers installation and free in-home measurement services. We bring LVP and LVT flooring to the Outer Banks area in Eastern North Carolina, including Carova, Corolla, Hatteras, Kitty Hawk, Nags Head, Avon, Buxton, and Kill Devil Hills.

Visit our showroom in Jarvisburg today to compare luxury vinyl flooring styles.