Vinyl Plank Flooring

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About Luxury Vinyl Plank

Luxury vinyl plank flooring may not be a new option, but it is a rapidly growing flooring category and becoming more and more popular among homeowners. There are many benefits that other resilient options simply cannot provide. Vinyl plank floors allow you to have the authentic looks of natural wood and stone in a format that is perfect for stunning visuals. At Buddy’s Flooring Carpet One we are here to show you all of the options that are available to you and help you find the perfect floor for your style and needs. We have locations in Corona, Ontario, and Upland.

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Benefits of Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring

There are major differences between vinyl plank floors and hardwood floors. For example, hardwood is made from natural materials whereas vinyl is made with synthetic materials. Luxury vinyl has the ability to resist scuffs and scratches from foot traffic due to its durable wear layer. Luxury vinyl planks can also resist moisture, so unlike hardwood they will not react as much to spills and humidity. Many types of luxury vinyl planks have a cork or cushioned backing, which means they can absorb noise and be installed over most subfloors.

Vinyl flooring is the ideal floor for families who have pets running freely around their home. The durable wear layer not only resists foot traffic but can also resistant scratching from pet claws. You no longer have to worry about your pet having an accident because most luxury vinyl features a moisture resistant surface that can be easily cleaned.

Luxury vinyl plank flooring can be installed anywhere in your home, especially if you choose a waterproof plank. Now you can have the look of hardwood anywhere you want. Luxury vinyl planks look authentic enough to replicate the look and feel of real hardwood, so you can install them in your bedroom and even in your living room. Your guests will never be able to tell the difference unless you say something.

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