Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) is a great flooring choice for homeowners in the [location_area_served_1] area. These tiles can replicate the look of many other flooring types but at a lower cost and with better durability. Luxury vinyl tiles aren’t made the same as your average vinyl so don’t get them confused. However, because of their differences in composition, luxury vinyl comes with its own set of added benefits. Floor Coverings International Northshore has a great selection of luxury vinyl tiles to choose from for your next project.
Luxury vinyl tiles are 100% waterproof.
That’s right. Waterproof. This makes luxury vinyl tiles perfect for rooms that experience high moisture levels such as bathrooms and basements, as well as areas that tend to get a lot of spills such as kitchens. With luxury vinyl, you can achieve the beautiful look of traditional tiles without the possibility of water damage. This extremely durable flooring will do a great job in any area of your house.
They look incredibly realistic.
Advancements in hyper-realistic printing technology have made luxury vinyl tiles virtually indistinguishable from the real thing. These tiles can be printed to resemble wood, ceramic, travertine, and more. This means you can achieve the look of any type of floor, without the worry surrounding maintenance and damage.
They won’t break the bank.
In addition to being beautiful and durable, luxury vinyl tiles are incredibly well priced. These floors are more reasonable for tighter budgets than traditional tile. While they won’t have as long of a lifespan as a ceramic tile or natural stone tile, luxury vinyl is a very economical option.
Serving the greater [location_area_served_1] area, Floor Coverings International Northshore is dedicated to helping you find the perfect flooring solution for your family. Contact us today to learn more about our services, talk with a design expert, see our selection, or schedule a free in-home estimate where we bring flooring samples into the comfort of your home.
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