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Luxury vinyl flooring has been a highly sought-after choice for both residential and commercial locations due to its ability to combine natural style with high-quality comfort and durability. You cannot go wrong when choosing vinyl plank flooring and luxury vinyl flooring. With vinyl flooring becoming one of the fastest-growing categories in the flooring industry, you can trust that it will hold up to the elements while providing a beautiful floor for years to come.

Best Areas to Install Vinyl Flooring

With luxury vinyl flooring, you can install it in almost any room. Vinyl flooring provides the comfort needed for bedrooms but is durable enough to withstand the traffic in living areas. Luxury vinyl plank flooring can also hold up to the high demands of a kitchen area.

In bathrooms, we do recommend using a waterproof luxury vinyl flooring to prevent mold/mildew or other damages to your flooring.

A1 Flooring is your local source for all things flooring. We provide the highest quality vinyl plank flooring and vinyl tile flooring at the best prices throughout the Raleigh-Durham area.

We proudly serve customers throughout the greater Raleigh, NC region, which includes Knightdale, Holly Springs, Apex, Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Garner, NC. We look forward to seeing you! If you are looking for vinyl flooring contractors near Raleigh, NC, don’t look further than A1 Floors LLC.

Making an Informed Choice with Vinyl Flooring

Over the years, the demand for vinyl flooring has significantly increased.  This has to do with the improvement in technology that allows this flooring to look stylish and be more durable and affordable. Today, many homeowners in Raleigh, Apex, Cary, Wake Forest, and other areas of North Carolina, such as Garner, Clayton, Youngsville, Chapel Hill, and Zebulon, opt for the best vinyl flooring. This vinyl realistically resembles stone, tile, and hardwood floorings. Thanks to the improvements in manufacturing vinyl flooring, it has enhanced longevity as well as durability. The flooring that you get today comes with an exterior wear layer that enables it to be resistant to scratches and scuff marks. 

Types of Vinyl Flooring

Luxury Vinyl Tile, Plank, and Sheet Flooring

Luxury vinyl flooring can be in the form of a tile or plank. LVP flooring and LVT flooring are designed to appear like ceramic or hardwood flooring. You can get this flooring in a range of trendy designs that fit into the modern and minimalistic architecture. These tiles or planks can be flexible or rigid, depending on your choice. They have one thing in common and that is the groove and tongue installation system. This makes it very easy and quick to install luxury vinyl. 

In fact, you will find that luxury vinyl could be just what you need when you are renovating your home or a specific room in the house. Since the installation does not take excessive time, you do not have to disrupt your daily routine so that the flooring contractor can complete the installation. The best part is any flooring renovation using LVT tile, or LVP planks can be done with the furniture in the room. 

Vinyl sheet flooring comprises one continuous sheet of vinyl that is flexible and comes in several styles and designs. This vinyl flooring is completely free of phthalates (a chemical used to make plastics more durable) and boasts low emissions of VOCs (volatile organic compounds). As a result, you do not have to worry about harmful odors and fumes. 

You will find that vinyl rolls are quite affordable and could be just what you need if you are on a limited budget. You can opt to do the installation yourself or get a professional to do it for you. However, it is best to get professional vinyl flooring installation done as it will ensure that the job gets done right the first time around. 

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Types of Vinyl Flooring Finishes

Luxury vinyl tile, plank, or rolled flooring is available in three types of finishes. These are as follows:

  • No Wax Finish: This is the most basic finish and is ideal for areas where there is minimal moisture, dust, and foot traffic. It is a light finish that looks elegant and aesthetically pleasing. 
  • Urethane Finish: Here, the finish is heavier than the no-wax finish and as a result, this vinyl flooring finish is more durable. It can withstand moderate footfalls and it is scuff-resistant and easy to clean. 
  • Enhanced Urethane Finish: If you are looking for the perfect vinyl flooring for high-traffic areas, such as hallways and commercial and retail setups, you should opt for an enhanced urethane finish. It is resistant to stains and scratches, and it even has an appealing luster that lasts for a long time as long as you take care of the flooring. 

Durability of Vinyl Flooring

Many homeowners are worried about the durability of vinyl flooring. You will be surprised to learn that this flooring option is quite durable, but there are certain factors that have an effect on its durability. These include:

  • Quality of the finished product
  • Manufacturing process
  • Vinyl flooring installation

These factors have an impact on the durability and lifespan of the vinyl flooring. Thankfully, our team assists you in finding the best options so that you can make an informed choice. It is also possible to treat the flooring with a special surface treatment that further enhances the longevity of the vinyl flooring by making it resistant to stains and scratches. 

If you find affordable vinyl flooring, do not disregard it. Instead, take time to determine the durability factors. As long as the vinyl planks, tiles, or sheets have a transparent wear layer and solid construction, you do not have to worry about the durability as it will not swell or ripple over time. Instead, it will hold its size and shape regardless of the temperature variations in your home. If you are looking for a water-resistant flooring option for the kitchen, you have a choice of kitchen vinyl flooring that has been constructed and designed, keeping in mind the needs of kitchen flooring. 

With the proper care and maintenance, it is possible for vinyl flooring to last anywhere from five years to 25 years. Of course, as stated earlier, the longevity of the flooring is first dependent on the quality, installation, and then maintenance. 

Maintaining Vinyl Flooring:

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Vinyl Flooring Installation

It is very easy and quick to install vinyl flooring. The installation method will depend on the type of vinyl flooring you choose – LVP flooring, LVT flooring, or sheet vinyl flooring.

If you are opting for vinyl tiles, remember the subfloor needs to be smooth and flawless. Otherwise, these imperfections will be visible in the form of indentations and bumps. It is best to opt for vinyl tiles only if you have properly sanded plywood as the subfloor. Installing vinyl plank flooring on concrete is a reality in many homes, but the key is to ensure that the concrete subfloor is smooth and without any bumps or dips. This will ensure you get smooth flooring. Many installation experts recommend installing a plywood layer over concrete or other types of subfloors to ensure you get smooth, imperfection-free flooring.  It is best to speak with one of our experts installation expert to find out the way forward before taking matters into your hands.

The Bottom Line

Now you know practically everything about vinyl flooring. Whether you are opting for LVP flooring, sheet vinyl flooring, commercial vinyl flooring, or LVT flooring, our luxury vinyl flooring could be the ideal flooring solution for your home or place of business. 

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