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Luxury Vinyl Tile

It's so close to the real thing, even our installers take a double look.

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Luxury Vinyl Plank

You need to have a floor that’s leak-proof, easy-to-clean and aesthetically appealing. Luxury Vinyl Planks covers it all!

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Vinyl Flooring

For the active household

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Frequently asked questions

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I heard laminate flooring sounds hollow when you walk on it. Does that make it sound cheap?

Laminate does have a different sound when you walk on it, however, there are acoustical underlayments available that deaden the echo and make it sound much more like a real hardwood floor. Make sure to voice your concern so the appropriate underlayment is used in the installation process.

I’ve been told that tile is slippery when it gets wet. Is this true?

There are many types of tiles to choose from that provide a high slip coefficient. Keep in mind, the higher the slip coefficient, the more difficult the tile is to clean. Most tiles today offer a nice balance between ease of maintenance and safety.

I walked on my friends laminate floor and it felt spongy? Are they supposed to feel that way?

Laminate floors are not attached to the subfloor. They float above on top of a dense cushion. As a result, they do have give when you walk on them.

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