Luxury vinyl flooring: standing up to kids!

Luxury vinyl flooring: standing up to kids!


No one can ever doubt how rough kids are on floors. They run, jump, use pull-toys and wheelies, and spill and drop. Kids are also expensive!

Floors need to cater to both kids and adults. In addition, they need to be durable, waterproof, easy-care, stylish, and budget-friendly.

In other words, the flooring needs to check all the boxes. So the answer is LVT or LVP.

Known for durability

Whether luxury vinyl tile or plank, this vinyl is five times thicker than the original product. It's also layered and, at the top, is a transparent, strong melamine wear layer.

The wear layer protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents and keeps spills from absorbing. On top of that is a clear urethane finish to add both extra strength and shine.

Waterproof from bottom to top

It doesn't matter if the kids overflow the bathtub or spill a gallon of milk. It's impervious to liquid, whether submerged or spilled on.

Terrific for any room in the house

Luxury vinyl plank is cut into planks to mimic hardwood floorboards. Whether plank or LVT, the images are digital, vibrant, and transparent. They all have micro beveling and embossing for depth, dimension, texture, and finishes.

Other advantages include:

  1. Affordability. They look natural, but you won't pay nearly the same price.
  2. Maintenance. They need regular sweeping and periodic mopping.
  3. Uncomplicated installation. The floors can either be glued down or float.

Luxury vinyl flooring in the Springfield area

Since 1977, Carpetland has been known for high-quality, brand-name products with superior
installations. We'll be happy to tell you all about this fantastic product.

We have locations in Alexandria, Springfield, and Falls Church, VA. Visit us and get a free luxury vinyl tile quote, especially if you live or work in Metro DC, Fairfax County, or Prince William County.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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