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Luxury Vinyl Flooring Installation in Buford, GA

Discover the Benefits of Vinyl Flooring

Bring the warmth and elegance of wood, tile, or stone into your Buford home with luxury vinyl flooring – the ultimate fusion of style and practicality. This waterproof and scratch-resistant flooring has earned a well-deserved reputation for its remarkable durability, low maintenance, and stunningly realistic visuals that replicate authentic textures and patterns.

At Dalton Floor Tailor, we understand that your floors are more than just a surface to walk on – they’re an expression of your personal style and a reflection of your home’s character. That’s why we offer an extensive collection of luxury vinyl styles, allowing you to affordably transform any room, from bathrooms and mudrooms to living areas and beyond.

White Colored LVP Floors with White Wall and White Bedroom Set

Exclusive Four-Step Process for Flawless Floors

Our complimentary in-home consultations bring the showroom directly to you, allowing our knowledgeable professionals to present a curated selection of luxury vinyl samples tailored to your preferences. As they guide you through the process, you’ll have the luxury of exploring options and making informed decisions within the familiar surroundings of your own home.


During the consultation, our flooring specialists meticulously measure every inch of your space, ensuring precise calculations for accurate estimates before your desired flooring is ordered. At Dalton Floor Tailor, we understand the importance of efficiency, which is why we prioritize prompt delivery times to keep your project on schedule and within budget. You can rest assured that your flooring installation will be handled with utmost care, precision, and a commitment to exceeding your expectations every step of the way.

Selecting the right flooring company is key, and Dalton Floor Tailor’s exclusive four-step process ensures a flawless experience from start to finish.

LVP is the acronym for luxury vinyl planks. LVP refers to the specific plank shape of the vinyl flooring. Luxury vinyl plank flooring often features a wood-look image, and the plank format helps sell that authentic wood appearance.

LVT, on the other hand, is the acronym for luxury vinyl tiles. Luxury vinyl tiles often feature a stone-look image and mimic the visual of natural stone flooring. Like LVP, LVT refers to the tile shape of the vinyl flooring pieces. These can come in different sizes but tend to maintain that standard tile format.

So in essence, the key difference between LVP and LVT lies in the shape - planks versus tiles - which ties into the type of flooring material each is designed to realistically replicate, whether that's hardwood or stone.

Maintaining luxury vinyl floors is a breeze thanks to their low-maintenance nature. For routine cleaning, simply use a broom or vacuum to remove loose dirt, dust, and debris from the surface. When a more thorough cleaning is needed, opt for a damp mop or sponge along with a vinyl-safe, gentle cleaning solution made specifically for this type of flooring. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scouring pads, as these can damage the surface of the floor.

Yes, luxury vinyl planks (LVP) can seamlessly blend with real hardwood flooring. The printing technology allows luxury vinyl to remarkably mimic authentic wood textures and colors. When transitioning between rooms, you can select LVP planks that closely match your existing hardwood. Many luxury vinyl lines offer a wide range of wood-look styles to complement various hardwood species. Our experts can guide your selection for a cohesive, integrated design.

While luxury vinyl flooring is an extremely durable and water-resistant option, it is generally not recommended for outdoor porch installations. Luxury vinyl planks and tiles are designed primarily for indoor use and exposure to excessive moisture, direct sunlight, and extreme temperatures can potentially cause issues over time.

The short answer is yes, luxury vinyl flooring can often be installed over existing tile floors. However, proper surface preparation is critical for a smooth installation. It's best to consult with one of our expert installers, as they can assess your specific tile condition and provide tailored guidance to ensure an ideal surface for the new vinyl flooring.