Luxury vinyl Flooring
is suitable for both commercial and residential use. It is seen in hotel rooms, fashionable shops, and in the comfort of homes. Technology has made luxury vinyl tile an option many homeowners choose for flooring. Luxury vinyl is a quiet floor. It gives off a soft sound, because it absorbs most of the noise when it is walked upon. Luxury vinyl tile is water-resistant. It is resistant to water spillages and dampness. It does not swell, warp, or rot. Luxury vinyl does not curl or lift on damp floors.
Luxury vinyl tile requires little maintenance. A vacuum, brush, wet mop or standard cleaning products can be used on LVT. The virgin PVC material used to make luxury vinyl tile is 100 percent recyclable, making it an environmentally friendly product. The polyurethane top layer makes LVT hygienic. The strength of the joint locks gives resistance to rolling loads and heavy traffic. Luxury vinyl tile has a low heat resistance. It is an ideal match for floor heating. The 360◦ locking system makes installation unbeatable. All four sides of LVT have a unique identical interlocking profile. The planks easily click together on the right, left, front, and back sides. The identical four-sided profile allows an installation that is faster than the traditional click system.
Each row can start where the last one ended. The installer does not have to walk across the room to add a new row. Installation begins in one corner of a room, and the installer clicks to the other side. Several fitters can work simultaneously on the floor. The room is finished in no time. Not only is installation easier than another flooring, but it is also more fun. Use creativity to fit a floor pattern that mixes several colors for a staggering effect. Other floors need more extensive preparation to ensure a successful installation. Luxury vinyl tile requires very little preparation. LVT can be installed over existing hard flooring. That technique is a time saver. The planks and click system have a flexibility that makes perfect joints without the risk of breaking the edges. Allow the boards to acclimate to the room for one day and installation can begin.