LVP and LVT Store Chugiak and Eagle River
Our exciting showroom at Northwest Carpet Company in AK boasts the most dynamic and innovative manufacturers’ showcases around. We chose our manufacturers based upon value, quality, and style. Vinyl advancements has allowed manufactures to mimic the looks of other materials like natural stone and wood with the benefits of using vinyl. Come in today and let Northwest Carpet Company show you how to use Vinyl to beautify your home. Luxury vinyl flooring could be considered the most popular type of flooring today. Because it looks so much like wood or tile but is much more resistant to wear, tear, and water damage, active families with children and pets look to this low-maintenance flooring when they replace their flooring.
Luxury vinyl flooring could be considered the most popular type of flooring today. Because it looks so much like wood or tile but is much more resistant to wear, tear, and water damage, active families with children and pets look to this low-maintenance flooring when they replace their flooring.
There are two main kinds of luxury vinyl flooring.
Waterproof Vinyl Plank Flooring
Waterproof vinyl plank flooring, often simply referred to as LVP flooring, has the look of traditional wood flooring. Made of engineered planks that mimic hardwood, LVP comes in a variety of sizes, textures, finishes, and colors, so there is an option for every home and design theme. Some of the best vinyl plank flooring can only be distinguished from real hardwood by a trained eye.
Waterproof Vinyl Tile Flooring
Waterproof vinyl tile flooring, also called waterproof LVT flooring or luxury vinyl tile, is flooring that looks like tile. Instead of tiles that are made of ceramic or porcelain, these vinyl floor tiles are made to look like ceramic, porcelain or natural stone tiles you would find in any kitchen or bathroom space, without grout. However, there are some LVT that allow for grout. LVT most often clicks into place and doesn’t require any glue or drying time, which is not the case with traditional tile products.
Vinyl flooring, also known as resilient flooring and sometimes referred to as linoleum flooring, has been a favorite floor choice for bathrooms and kitchens for decades. Sheet vinyl flooring and vinyl tile offer the advantage of a no-wax surface that is also scuff and abrasion resistant. A vinyl floor is easy to clean. It is a long-lasting, durable product that will retain its appearance for years to come.