What is LVT Flooring?
LVT flooring is a flexible alternative to sheet vinyl that allows individuals to create unique flooring designs with ease. Unlike sheet vinyl, luxury vinyl tiles can be mixed and matched, letting you create contrasting patterns that are sure to make any room gleam with character. LVT floor is great in high foot traffic areas such as a bathroom, kitchen or hallway. Luxury vinyl tiles are practical, durable and very easy to clean for both stains and spills
Luxury vinyl tile flooring is an excellent substitute for natural wood flooring as well, letting you enjoy the aesthetics without the issues that come with solid wooden flooring, such as liquid absorption. They’re the perfect alternative for people who want a natural look but don’t want the associated maintenance issues.
It’s no surprise that LVT flooring is one of the fastest growing products in flooring, with several stone and wood effect options on the market and across our range, making this versatile flooring is a superb choice for any home or commercial space.
What is Luxury Vinyl Flooring Made From?
LVT products are made from either durable PVC or virgin vinyl. This gives them the durability and strength to survive daily wear and tear, as well as making the flooring easy to clean and maintain. These tiles are also incredibly easy to install; they can be either glued or clicked together, similar to standard laminate flooring.
Is LVT Flooring Waterproof?
A key benefit LVT has over standard sheet vinyl is the waterproof shielding they have. LVT floor is an excellent choice if you’re looking to floor areas where water is common, such as bathrooms and kitchens. Through the application of LVT, your floor will be able to survive water spillage without becoming swollen and damaged, resulting in a longer life and less maintenance on your part.
Best LVT Flooring
As with most flooring, you can get LVT flooring in a range of styles, colours, and designs. Here’s some classic designs you can expect to find:
A lot of LVT flooring features the classic click design that can be found with traditional laminate sheets. However, in some cases, you may want to have a sturdier design to prevent any flooring from slipping out of place. Luckily, there is an alternative option – Glue down LVT. Gluedown LVT is exactly what it sounds like – vinyl tiles that you glue in place. This installation method benefits from longevity and durability even with continuous footfall, preventing tiles from slipping and moving out of place.
If you’re looking for an innovative and simple installation process with your luxury vinyl flooring, Click LVT is the way to go. This easy flooring can be laid and put together without the necessity of adhesives, making it a hassle-free method popular among flooring novices who want to self-install without hiring an expert.
If you’re looking for a classic wooden look with your flooring, your priority choice should be Oak LVT. Oak tiles will give your room a natural feel without the downsides natural wooden flooring comes with. Oak tiles pair well with a variety of furniture and are an overall classic option if you’re looking to keep it simple.
If you’re looking to recreate the slick, authentic finish of slate, there are LVT tiles available for this. Slate finishes look fantastic in kitchens and bathrooms, providing a modern aesthetic that is sure to wow guests. Getting slate LVT also means you won’t feel the cold on your feet during those dark, winter mornings.
If you’re looking to create a minimalistic environment that is slick and elegant, opting for a concrete LVT design could be a superb choice. Concrete LVT works well in a variety of rooms, especially kitchens and bathrooms. Concrete vinyl tiles look just like the real thing, allowing you to enjoy the aesthetics without the maintenance that comes along with the traditional concrete material.
The bathroom is a high-moisture area and some types of flooring will become damaged if they are installed in this environment. The good news is as technology has advanced, there are more floors than ever before that can be installed within the kitchen or bathroom. All types of vinyl, waterproof laminate and the Aqua Plank or Aqua Tile ranges that we sell can be used in the bathroom.