Functionality with a
touch of luxury.

Luxury vinyl is a versatile and high-performance floor offering the richness and texture of floor choices like hardwood, tile and stone and is easier on your wallet.

The choice is yours.

Offered in tile and plank, get to know the benefits and considerations of each. 

  • Luxury Vinyl Tile
  • Luxury Vinyl Plank
  • Easy to clean, soft underfoot and available in waterproof and pet-friendly options. The look you want and the performance you require.

    Ideal Rooms

    All rooms: Living, dining, family, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, laundry, mud and basement.

    Benefits

    Easy to maintain – Luxury vinyl tile is easy to maintain. Sweep or vacuum regularly (don’t use the beater bar on your vacuum as it could damage the floor.) Wash your floor occasionally with the manufacturer’s recommended cleaning product.

    Durability – Perfect for high traffic areas in your home as it’s water and stain-resistant.

    Affordable – A great alternative for homeowners who don’t want to install hardwood due to cost. Luxury vinyl mirrors hardwood in looks.

    Considerations

    It’s a replication – It’s not actually real tile or hardwood. It may not bring the same value to your home in resale a hardwood floor would.

    It may scratch – Luxury vinyl tile replicates ceramic, stone or slate. As it’s softer, it may scratch more easily.

    Inspired by wood flooring, vinyl plank can be installed in areas in your home where hardwood cannot.

    Ideal Rooms

    All rooms: Living, dining, family, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, laundry, mud and basement.

    Benefits

    Easy to maintain – Luxury vinyl plank is easy to maintain. Sweep or vacuum regularly (don’t use the beater bar on your vacuum as it could damage the floor.) Wash your floor occasionally with the manufacturer’s recommended cleaning product.

    Durability – Perfect for high traffic areas in your home as it’s water and stain-resistant.

    Affordable– A great alternative for homeowners who don’t want to install hardwood due to cost. Luxury vinyl mirrors hardwood in looks.  It may take a little convincing for guests to believe your Luxury Vinyl floor isn’t hardwood.

    Considerations

    It’s a replication – It’s not actually real wood. It may not bring the same value to your home in resale as a hardwood floor would.

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