Choose Luxury Vinyl Flooring
National Carpet One Floor & Home in Forrest City is your local leader when it comes to flooring, so naturally we offer one of the area’s best selections of luxury vinyl flooring. Luxury vinyl, which is often referred to as LVT flooring, is the fastest-growing flooring option in terms of popularity, and it is now one of the first choices for homeowners who are looking to add style to their home settings. Let us help you learn everything there is to know about luxury vinyl!
What Is Luxury Vinyl Flooring?
Luxury vinyl flooring is a similar yet much more advanced alternative to traditional vinyl flooring. Whereas traditional vinyl flooring offers wood- and stone-like visuals, luxury vinyl flooring offers truly authentic visuals. In fact, many luxury vinyl plank flooring options are virtually indistinguishable from real hardwood flooring, and most vinyl tile flooring options look exactly like stone or ceramic. Moreover, luxury vinyl flooring not only offers authentic visuals; it offers authentic surface textures as well. In other words, your new vinyl plank floor will look and feel exactly like real wood.
Nevertheless, luxury vinyl flooring features a special synthetic construction, so it can pretty much handle everything life has to offer. All luxury vinyl floors, for example, are waterproof, so they can be installed in kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas with moisture. If moisture is your main concern, be sure to ask us about WPC flooring options like COREtec Plus. WPC (wood-plastic composite) floors have waterproof cores, so they will never expand or contract when exposed to moisture.
Vinyl tile flooring is a durable alternative to ceramic and porcelain tile.
Vinyl plank flooring is a durable alternative to hardwood and laminate.
Sheet vinyl flooring limits the seams on the surface of the floor.
Our Selection of Luxury Vinyl
As part of our selection, we have luxury vinyl flooring options from Shaw and Mohawk, and we offer Invincible H2O, which is exclusive to Carpet One stores.
Advantages of Luxury Vinyl
Luxury vinyl mimics natural stone, porcelain, and wood surfaces, but won’t become so weathered over time. In fact, luxury vinyl floors are a cinch to care for and you will never, ever have to worry about refinishing them.
Water and wooden floors aren’t a good combination- but luxury vinyl flooring is made for moisture resistance. While a lovely addition to almost any space, luxury vinyl works wonderfully in kitchens and bathrooms because it’s virtually immune to spills and splashes. In fact, some luxury vinyl varieties are waterproof at the core
While a hardwood floor will inevitably bear the scars of time, luxury vinyl floors were manufactured for you to easily maintain. That means they’re not only quick to clean, but they won’t readily scratch, dent, stain, or scuff.