Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring

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What Are the Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring?

Since luxury vinyl flooring is one of the fastest growing categories on the market, homeowners are now finding more options to choose from than ever before. Luxury vinyl looks like real hardwood or tile flooring, but comes at a fraction of the cost, adding to the benefits homeowners love. Alpine Carpet One Floor & Home in Culver City, Thousand Oaks, and Newbury Park is your locally owned flooring retailer, and we carry the latest trends in luxury vinyl flooring. Our flooring selection covers a wide range of styles so you will be able to find the perfect fit for your home.

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Luxury Vinyl Tile

If you love the classic style if tile, but want a floor that is more comfortable underfoot, then check out our collection of luxury vinyl tiles. Luxury vinyl tiles come in the same assortment and styles as traditional tile options and even follow popular trends. Many luxury vinyl tile options are made to withstand commercial settings and can handle moisture, heat, and rolling traffic. Since luxury vinyl tiles come as individual tiles, they are easy to replace individually so you don’t have to worry about ripping your whole floor up. Luxury vinyl tiles that are waterproof can be installed anywhere in your home, including your bathroom or kitchen.

Luxury Vinyl Plank

You can have wood look flooring in your home without the maintenance or upkeep with luxury vinyl planks! Luxury vinyl planks are designed to look and feel just like real hardwood, meaning your floors can be stylish and functional. Unlike hardwood flooring, luxury vinyl planks are resistant to moisture and are easier to care for. With luxury vinyl plank flooring, you can install hardwood in places you never could before like bathrooms and even basements. Unlike hardwood, luxury vinyl planks are easy to care for and do not need to be refinished or treated during their lifetime in your home.

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