8 Reasons Why You Should Choose LVT For Your Next Project

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There are many benefits to installing luxury vinyl tile for your next project. The most obvious is that it has a long lifespan and doesn’t need to be refinished, saving you money. This type of flooring also offers the opportunity to create your custom design; more than twenty different colours are available. With LVT, you can have an expensive-looking floor without paying top dollar. 

The fact that this type of flooring is made from recycled materials makes it environmentally friendly and sustainable. We’ll discuss eight reasons why you should consider this type of flooring if you have yet to make up your mind on what kind of flooring to install in your home or business.

Let’s take a look at these reasons.

  1. Sustainability

LVT flooring is a sustainable product, requiring less energy to produce and install. LVTs use about half the amount of fossil fuels as traditional building materials as concrete or asphalt do in their production process. Plus, they don’t require any toxic chemicals for installation. The heating costs for an average home are lower with plywood floors than with carpeting – by up to 0% on electric heat and 21% on wood-burning heat {source}. 

These savings make your house more energy-efficient during the winter months and can help you save money year-round. 

  1. Aesthetics

 Aesthetics are one of the many things that make LVT so appealing. Its natural and organic look blends beautifully with interior or exterior design ー from a contemporary loft to a classical Victorian. If you’re looking for an alternative flooring option, it’s time to consider what your space needs and do some exploring. LVT offers more options than traditional hardwood floors when it comes to aesthetics. 

 You can find different colour combinations in small wood planks that appeal to just about every style preference. In addition, there is no limit on what kind of floor layout you can create because they come in random widths, lengths, and plank patterns like herringbone, chevron, and diamond-cut designs.

  1. Cost

LVT is generally cheaper than carpet, tile, and hardwood. LVT can save you up to 60% when compared with these other flooring options. You’ll spend less by purchasing LVT for your home or office outfitting project because it’s affordable in both the short-term and long term. In addition to the cost advantages, LVT provides an eco-friendly choice for homeowners and businesses alike.  

It’s made from natural materials like wood fibres which are renewable resources that don’t produce any emissions during installation or use.

  1. Durability

Many homeowners and businesses choose LVT because of its durability. Just like hardwood or linoleum floors, it’s made from natural materials that are durable and easy to maintain. It also has a high slip resistance rating which can help provide safety in homes with little ones running around or offices where people often wear open-toed shoes on the floor.

  1. Maintenance

 Unlike other flooring options, LVT is not prone to indentations or gouges. This means that it can stand up to the wear and tear of high traffic areas like entryways effectively without showing signs of damage as quickly as others. In addition, since there is no adhesive layer holding the boards together, you don’t have to worry about repair work on a slippery surface like laminate floors need from time to time.

6. Versatility And Options

There are many different types of LVTs available, which means you can choose a material that best suits your needs. The most popular materials are ceramic tile and sheet vinyl flooring; however, they also come in other forms, such as natural stone tiles or cork underlayment. A wider variety of options will help ensure the perfect match for your home or business.

7. Comfort

The floor acts as a natural insulator which means less heat loss in the winter, and cooler air will circulate more easily. A thick laminate layer also provides some soundproofing benefits so you can enjoy peace when inside your home while still being aware of what is happening outside.

8. Moisture Resistance

LVT has a moisture resistance of over 200 times that of ceramic tile. This is because the flooring’s base layer, which contains polyester and resin, soaks up any spills or leaks before they can affect the top layers (which are typically cork). With proper care and maintenance, this should never be a problem for you. In some cases, it may take longer to clean an LVT surface than others.

If there are heavy stains on your flooring, then you might need to use more elbow grease when cleaning them off thoroughly.

The Bottom Line

LVT is the right product for you if your needs range from timeless beauty to contemporary design, durability, and easy installation. It can satisfy any style need with its many different textures, styles, and colours -You will get peace of mind knowing that our Lifetime Limited Wear Warranty backs this product.


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