Vinyl plank flooring (LVP) is made from strips mounted on boards and generally associated with hardwood. Some prefer them for stone looks because they feel the size gives it more of a look of quarried marble. As for LVT flooring, some take the realism a step further by using grout which is now available in many colors, making it an important design tool.
This vinyl is thicker than standard. LVF is layered and at the top is a clear melamine wear layer that protects the floor from scratches and scuffs. It also keeps spills at the surface, just waiting to be wiped off.
All LVF is easy to care for. All it needs is a regular, daily if possible, sweeping. Clean with a damp mop and manufacturer-approved cleaner.
Installation is a fairly uncomplicated floating floor where the pieces first click together then hover over the subfloor. No staples, nails, or glue are needed. Subfloors, however, must be clean, dry, and even.
To find out more about LVT and LVP visit the Henry's Floor Covering showroom
in Greencastle, PA. We service Greencastle, Chambersburg, Waynesboro, Mercersburg, PA as well as Hagerstown, MD. Ask about our free quotes.