LVP flooring is a carpet replacement that’s not only beautiful but also easy to maintain. Unlike traditional carpet, which requires constant vacuuming and cleaning, LVP flooring has the same look and feel as hardwood — with no grout lines. And unlike laminate or solid hardwood floors, you can easily wash household spills and spots with everyday household cleaners.
Plank vinyl floor has been around for years in one form or another; its earliest incarnations were as imitation wood-look flooring. In the past decade, plank vinyl flooring has become something much more, offering the beauty of real wood with the ease of installation and maintenance.
Many people first encounter plank vinyl floor in a major showroom tastefully arranged as a kitchen and bathroom showplace. These rooms are a showcase where they can see how the vinyl planks look like stone and wood flooring.
Plank vinyl flooring is very easy to install. It goes down just like hardwood and can be installed over almost all existing flooring
Vinyl plank flooring is considered more eco-friendly than hardwood flooring and ceramic tiles. Plank vinyl floor is made from about 30 percent recycled material. This type of flooring can be installed over just about any surface, including concrete, wood subfloors, floating or glued directly to the subfloor itself. Contact Priority One Flooring for further information at 604-761-1605