Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring
LVT is designed to have the same appearance as other flooring materials such as wood, stone, and tile, while offering better performance against daily wear and tear. Available in planks and tiles, LVT uses a photographic print over an engineered PVC core.
Benefits of LVT
LVT is great for high traffic, wet spaces. When installed correctly it holds up against water, temperature from windows and sunlight, and dents and scratches from every day life. LVT flooring resists buckling, denting, and warping because of its rigid core and dimensional stability.
Difference of LVT to Laminate Flooring
One major difference between LVT and laminate flooring is the core. Generally laminate flooring’s core is made of a high-density fiberboard, while LVT is primarily made from a PVC vinyl core.
Brands of LVT Flooring
Fusion flooring is made from a Permacore™ waterproof core that is very dense, waterproof, and will not expand or contract. Then it is layer with the luxury vinyl top, which is durable and resilient resisting chipping and denting. Finally, there is a clear 20 mil commercial wear layer on top in order to protect against excessive wear and to provide superior cleanability and stain resistance.
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Tarkett ProGen Collection
ProGen is a leap ahead – a flooring product with next generation center-to-surface engineering designed to perform radically better under the rigors of daily wear. Next generation performance means handling whatever life will throw- drop- hit- or scrape on it. Because ProGen is waterproof, durable, dimensionally stable, and easy to install – you can use it in every room.
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