Luxury Vinyl Flooring

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Beauty That’s Bold: Luxury Vinyl Flooring

While you long for the look of marble or hardwood, perhaps your lifestyle-or budget-dictates otherwise. Thanks to today’s latest innovations in luxury vinyl flooring (or LVT flooring,) hope isn’t lost-and you’ll never have to sacrifice fashion over function. Versatile, beautiful, and extremely durable, luxury vinyl boasts an organic look and feel, while standing strong against life’s little catastrophes.

Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl tile flooring is a durable alternative to ceramic and porcelain tile.

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Vinyl plank flooring is a durable alternative to hardwood and laminate.

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Sheet vinyl flooring limits the seams on the surface of the floor.

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Our Luxury Vinyl Flooring Selection

Oshawa Carpet One Floor & Home offers up an extensive collection of luxury vinyl flooring planks, sheets, and tiles in our showroom, located at 495 Taunton Road East. Browse quality products by Nature’s Walk, Beaulieu, Quickstyle, Armstrong, Invincible H2O, Fusion, and Twelve Oaks. We think you’ll be thrilled to discover just how beautiful today’s vinyl can be.

Advantages of Luxury Vinyl

Invincible H2O waterproof flooring

Looks Natural

It  may  look  almost  identical  to  actual  hardwood  or  other  natural  materials,  but don’t be fooled. Unlike hardwood, these floors won’t expand or contract with moisture. Indeed, this practical flooring option is an appropriate medium for just about any room. 

Invincible LVT flooring

Resists Water

Even repeated spills and splashes won’t get these floors down. Luxury vinyl is resistant to moisture. There are even some varieties boasting a waterproof core. 

Armstrong Vivero vinyl plank flooring

Resists Wear

Scratches  and  scuffs  aresimply  a  fact  of  life  with  hardwood  floors.  Luxury  vinyl, however, is another story.  Strong, yet elegant, these floors aren’t easily marred. 
They’re made to stand up to wear and tear, regardless of your home’s activity level.