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Water Resistant Luxury Vinyl Flooring Installation in Atlanta, GA

Skyrocketing in popularity among homeowners for its affordability and functionality, Luxury Vinyl is waterproof, making it a terrific option for kitchen renovations, bath remodels and beyond. 

But the benefits don’t stop there…

It’s also slip-resistant, eco-friendly, easy to maintain, and comes in a broad array of colors, textures, and patterns. It’s really no surprise that nearly every Dalton Floor Tailor In-Home Appointment involves Luxury Vinyl samples.

Luxury Vinyl comes in two varieties: Luxury Vinyl Tile, or LVT, and Luxury Vinyl Plank, or LVP. LVP is a great alternative to hardwood flooring, because it mimics to look of natural wood while being more durable, due to its water and scratch-resistant layering design. 

Another amazing aspect of Luxury Vinyl is that it can pair seamlessly with hardwood flooring if you already have it installed in your home. For more information and to browse our samples, book an In-Home Appointment today with one of our Atlanta Luxury Vinyl flooring experts.

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What is the average cost of luxury vinyl per square foot?

Luxury vinyl costs between $3.50 and $10.00 per square foot. Learn more about the features that affect the price point.

What is the difference between laminate and vinyl flooring?

Both flooring types are reliable options for your home. The main difference being that luxury vinyl is made of 100% synthetic material and has a PVC or SPC core, making it more suitable for high-moisture areas.

Are vinyl flooring and linoleum the same?

No, the two types are actually very different! Vinyl and linoleum are often confused because sheet vinyl has an appearance very similar to linoleum. In reality, vinyl is made of durable PVC, features a protective wear layer, and requires virtually no maintenance.

What goes under vinyl flooring?

Typically an underlayment is installed below a vinyl floor to create a moisture resistant seal and to reduce sound resonance on the floor. In some cases LVT products come with a fiberglass, cork, or foam backing that eliminates the need for underlayment. In these cases the floor can be installed directly onto the subfloor or floating over an older, existing floor.

What are the advantages of luxury vinyl flooring?

One of the best things about vinyl is its extensive durability. It’s designed to highly resist scratches and rarely fades or stains. With a core component made of wood plastic composite (WPC), stone plastic composite (SPC), or 100% vinyl, your vinyl plank flooring will be completely impervious to water. However, it’s important to do your research or consult a professional about the wear layer before choosing any LVP. Overall, this waterproof flooring earned popularity over the years for its realistic look, longevity, and low-maintenance options. It’s an excellent choice for wood-look flooring in basements, laundry rooms, kitchens, or throughout your entire home.