Today, luxury vinyl flooring has become a popular choice for homeowners looking for a resilient and timeless flooring option. Here at Tri-County Flooring America in Atwater, CA, we offer everything from beautiful stone-look to wood-look luxury vinyl floors. Our wide array of luxury vinyl floors will make for the perfect flooring in your busy home, with our stunning appearance of hardwood and real stone floors but at the ease of vinyl maintenance.
Our stone-look LVT options rival ceramic and porcelain tiles in their looks but are designed to outlast their natural counterparts as they can withstand heavy foot traffic. Options for wood-look floors include hickory, exotic koa, European oak, and more.
At Tri-County Flooring America, we feature exclusive brands like Galvanite, Downs H20, and Downs H20 Life, which offer luxury vinyl floors made from unique visuals and beautiful designs.
What’s the Difference Between Luxury Vinyl and Vinyl?
All vinyl flooring is produced using vinyl plastic and contains the same four layers. Still, luxury vinyl is a better quality vinyl alternative as it is thicker than traditional vinyl flooring. The additional thickness of luxury vinyl gives it a realistic look with unique characteristics of natural stone tiles and hardwood planks.
How Durable is Luxury Vinyl Flooring?
A luxury vinyl floor is incredibly solid with a thicker durable wear layer that gives security against water and stains. Luxury vinyl tile is made completely from plastic materials, so it is softer to walk on and can withstand heavy traffic and most drops or impacts.
Is Luxury Vinyl Waterproof?
At Tri-County Flooring America, all luxury vinyl tile offered is 100% waterproof. This makes it a great option for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms and other areas prone to moisture. With waterproof flooring, you'll have the peach of mind that you’re protected from leaks and household mishaps. LVT gives you the best of both worlds with it’s beautiful hardwood appearance and stress-free maintenance from issues like gapping of hardwood floors due temperature changes.
For more information on luxury vinyl floors check out our guide or visit Tri-County Flooring America in Atwater, CA to see our extensive collection.