Designer’s Pick: Luxury Vinyl

 

Luxury vinyl has taken over the flooring industry by storm and with so many new products emerging it is hard to know which luxury vinyl product is right for you! That is why we asked our flooring and design expert, Hope Kilbach from Nufloors Sherwood Park, to share her top four favourite luxury vinyl products. From performance to style, the reason for choosing these four luxury vinyl’s is because their looks are the most realistic to hardwood or tile and they all perform well in residential homes. They are also great because you can install these products throughout your entire home, which will help make your home look larger. No worrying about heavy foot traffic or wet zones with these four luxury vinyl’s.

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Heated Flooring Guide

Source: Warmlyyours

Fall is here and temperatures are dipping, which means it is time to turn on the furnace if it isn’t already. But did you know there are other ways to heat your home and increase your cozy factor? We are talking about heated floors, because no matter how warm your house is, the floor always seems to be a little chilly underfoot. One of the complaints we receive is, “I love the look of tile but they are so cold in the winter, how can we make them warmer?” Heated floors is the solution and have revolutionized flooring, especially here in Canada. This blog is to help you decide if heated flooring is right for you and your next flooring project.

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Rigid Core Flooring: SPC vs WPC

WPC Vinyl Flooring by Mannington

What is rigid core flooring? Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring is an engineered vinyl floor that has an enhanced rigid core construction for dimensional stability. A rigid core vinyl will be a solid plank that has less pliability, giving it a sturdy feel to install and under foot.

Rigid core flooring is one of the latest trends in flooring and home design. Not only is rigid core flooring stylish but it is also relatively affordable. However, there are two main types of rigid core flooring to choose from, SPC and WPC flooring. Each option comes with its own pros and cons that homeowners should be aware of before choosing between the two.

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