Top Luxury Vinyl Flooring Options

Learn about LVT flooring and its benefits

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Benefits of LVT Flooring 

There is nothing like feeling good about a recent purchase. Buyer’s remorse is the last thing any homeowner should feel after purchasing and installing a new floor. Luckily, with brands like COREtec Plus and Invincible H20 raising the standards for LVT flooring, you will feel confident in your flooring choice. 

LVT floors may range in benefits, but one thing is for certain, you will be getting the best quality LVT flooring options at Emerson Carpet One Floor & Home. COREtec has become one of the top sellers and homeowners new best friend, but other LVT floors are showing their worth as well.  

What is Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring?

LVT floors are constructed of 4 layers that are fused together. Each layer is an important part to the structure of the floor for it provides stability resiliency, and durability. No homeowner wants to compromise on a purchase. Why should you have to pick between a tacky hardwood lookalike that is waterproof, and an indistinguishable one that will expand when wet? LVT flooring brands have created everything you want in a hardwood or stone floor and made it affordable and sustainable. 

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In today’s LVT world, brands are creating products that are almost identical to real hardwood and stone. Additionally, more colors and textures have been created to match any room décor. High traffic areas still aren’t a problem for LVT, and even with more beautiful designs to pick from you floor is still protected from water, mold and mildew, scuffs, and dents. 
LVT flooring is no longer the ugly step sister to real hardwood and stone floors thanks to brands like COREtec

To learn how LVT can transform your home without the hefty price tag, contact Emerson Carpet One today, or visit our show room in Baton Rouge, LA.  

 

 

We continue to provide LVT flooring to the areas of East Baton Rouge Parish, Ascension Parish, Livingston Parish, Central Springs, Green wood, Perryville, and French Settlement in Louisiana.