Looking for vinyl plank flooring? Because of the ever-increasing popularity of hardwood floors and the revived appearance that a boring and drab area acquires with the installation of a new hardwood floor, consumers have chosen and installed more vinyl plank flooring material than all other choices available together. With so many various kinds and grades of wood flooring materials available, technological improvements have resulted in “simulated vinyl wood grain flooring” that is competitively priced, enabling alternative, low-cost floor covering options for individuals on fixed or limited budgets.
Customers have practically endless alternatives for hardwood flooring, ranging from unfinished to prefinished and engineered laminate flooring, all of which are designed with features that improve the overall lifespan and attractiveness of a selected kind and color. As projected, as durability increased, so did the cost per square foot, with a total cost per square foot exceeding income levels of clients with restricted budgets until the invention of wood appearance vinyl flooring.
Vinyl plank flooring fills the gap between the least expensive hardwood flooring and the desire for a low-cost alternative flooring that is both cost-effective and easy to install, as well as durable enough for active families with small children and pets. The vinyl plank flooring is made up of laminate layers and has a wood-like appearance. The product is designed to meet the demand for affordable hardwood flooring covering material that is available in a variety of colors, finishes, and simulated wood species finishes at realistic, down-to-earth prices that are affordable for today’s budget-conscious customers.
Free Wood appearance vinyl plank flooring is almost maintenance-free, requiring no waxing or extra care beyond basic cleaning and wet mopping. It takes less than a day with a few friends to install vinyl floor panels by interlocking the seams on the sides and ends. This depends on how large the area is. The complete and proper installation of a vinyl wood floor put in a free-floating floor configuration over specialized manufacturer foam backing, duplicates real wood flooring for a fraction of the cost of regular and commonly installed flooring materials.
It is not uncommon for a natural or engineered hardwood floor to cost thousands of dollars when mounted in an average-sized room. For less than fifty dollars, you can build the same room with wood-look vinyl flooring. Pricing and availability are based on lower-grade vinyl plank flooring material at present. For more information visit our Website.