LVT, or luxury vinyl tile flooring
, is an amazing material to work with for your floors and can offer amazing versatility in any space. For instance, it's just as perfect in the bathroom as it is in the bedroom, even if you choose separate looks for the two. You'll get amazing appearance opportunities, durability that makes it well worth considering, and a lifespan that doesn't leave you floor shopping again for many years.
At Skip's Custom Flooring, we take pride in offering high-quality flooring materials and products from our family-owned and operated flooring center. In addition to having showrooms located in Dansville and Canandaigua, NY, we also offer online sales where you can buy by the square foot or by the carton. If you're in the areas of Canandaigua, Dansville, Naples, Rochester, or Victor, NY, we welcome a visit from you at your convenience. Whether shopping online or in person, our sales associates are standing by to assist you in finding the flooring of your dreams.
LVT makes an excellent choice for any home because of its amazing versatility. It comes in a variety of appearance options including solid hardwood, porcelain tile, or a variety of natural stone. In each of these, you have even more options concerning color, texture, and size format. This makes it super easy to match your decor, and you'll never have a problem staying current. In fact, this flooring keeps up with trends very well.
If you have a busy, active home, you'll be pleased to find that LVT can give you plenty of peace of mind. Its stable construction means that it can be installed over a variety of subfloors or existing hard surface flooring, but it also has a wear layer that can help fend off scratches, scuffs, stains, and more. It's one of the reasons your flooring is most likely to reach its estimated lifespan potential, which averages 25 to 30 years and is warranted.
It's easy to install LVT and your installers will make quick work of the job. While you could do the job yourself, it's best to allow our professionals to take care of it for you. Not only does it assure a job well-done, and that you won't have to purchase more materials than you thought, but it also helps assure that your warranty won't be voided.