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Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring

What Are the Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring?

Since luxury vinyl flooring is one of the fastest growing flooring categories on the market, there is a wide selection of options to choose from in terms of construction and style. Luxury vinyl looks like real hardwood or tile flooring but without the higher price tag. Sterling Carpet One Floor & Home in Grand Forks is your locally owned flooring retailer, and we carry the latest trends in luxury vinyl flooring, so you can find a floor that suits your home décor. We can help match you to a floor that not only suits your style, but also your lifestyle.


Learn more about the different types of luxury vinyl and its different benefits on our luxury vinyl flooring guide.


Invincible H2O vinyl flooring



Luxury Vinyl Tile

If you love the classic look of tile but are looking for a floor that is more comfortable underfoot, consider luxury vinyl tiles. Just like real tile flooring, luxury vinyl tiles come in an assortment of shapes, sizes, and styles to choose. The tiles are made to withstand commercial grade activity and can resist wearing on the surface. Luxury vinyl tiles also come as individual pieces, so you can choose your own layout and they are easy to cut to fit certain corners of your space. Just like tile flooring, you can install luxury vinyl tiles in kitchens and bathrooms.



Luxury Vinyl Plank

Luxury vinyl planks have taken the place of hardwood and laminate flooring. Luxury vinyl planks are designed to look and feel just like real hardwood, meaning your floors can be stylish and functional. Luxury vinyl planks are resistant to moisture and do not warp or crack due to changes in weather or humidity. With luxury vinyl plank flooring you can have wood look flooring anywhere in your home like in kitchens or bathrooms. Luxury vinyl planks are easier to care for than hardwood, and require no special treatments.

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