Sometimes referred to as just LVF, this flooring is a realistic mimic of wood, tile, or stone. It is available in an almost unlimited number of colors, patterns, and designs. Come and see it for yourself; as a luxury vinyl
retailer, we'd be happy to show you samples of this terrific product.
At Taylors Flooring we get a lot of praise for our quality products and our installation. We hire only the most experienced and skilled installers. The installation is as important as the product; in fact, some go so far as to say it's more important. You can be assured that we'll measure correctly, use joint expansions, seal, and caulk when necessary, and be sure the seams are lined up correctly. If the subfloor is uneven, we will sand it until it is so you won't have a lopsided surface floor.
This floor can be cut into groutable tile-sized pieces called LVT, or luxury vinyl tile. Planks are called LVP or luxury vinyl plank. The planks are most often associated with hardwood because they mimic the wood boards. Images are taken with digital photography, cut into strips, and mounted on boards to resemble hardwood planks. Sometimes people use LVP to mimic stone, because of the larger format which they feel gives a more continuous look.
LVT lets you mix and match tiles to create a unique design. The tiles are groutable and, with such a wide color palette, the grout can become part of the design. Some people feel the extra seams add to the realism.