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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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Can I install a vinyl floor directly over my existing vinyl floor?

If your original vinyl floor was installed using a full spread adhesive method, then you can apply an embossing leveler to the original vinyl to smooth it out and then install the new vinyl.

Do I need to have a humidifier installed if I purchase a hardwood floor?

Hardwood flooring expands and contracts due to changes in temperature and relative humidity. Having adequate levels of humidity in the home will help minimize the shrinkage of your floors during the heating months.

I want hardwood flooring in my basement, but I’ve been told I can’t put hardwood below grade. Is this true?

Solid hardwood should not be installed below grade. However, engineered hardwood can be installed in basements as long as you do not have an existing moisture problem.

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How To Care For Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring – Cleaning & Maintenance For LVT Floors

LVT or luxury vinyl tile flooring is an excellent choice for many spaces in your home. It is durable, waterproof, and comes in many appealing designs. LVT is different from standard vinyl composite tile (VCT) in a few ways. First, it has a higher percentage of vinyl, which makes it thicker than VCT. Its high vinyl content makes it more comfortable to walk on.

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A Basic Guide on How To: Install Ceramic Tile 

Ceramic tile is a beautiful and durable choice for some of the most high-traffic areas in your home. Your kitchen, bath, or laundry room could benefit from ceramic tile's strength, water resistance, and simplicity. 

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