Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) from Dave's Flooring Company™

Another type of vinyl flooring you can get from Dave's Flooring Company™ is LVT (Luxury Vinyl Tile).  This is everything you can ever need in terms of design, cost, and durability.  While LVP imitates wood flooring, LVT mimics stone, ceramic, or porcelain flooring.

LVT is made up of thick layers that create an exceptionally versatile and durable finished product.  It resembles ceramic and porcelain tile, stone flooring in terms of design as well as texture.  That way, you end up with a stone, ceramic, or porcelain-resembling flooring that's nowhere near the real thing.

Manufacturers strive to achieve the realistic look of LVT flooring.  They use the hot press method that requires heat infusion to bind the layers of vinyl material together.  Adding more layers that can't easily come apart ensures the final product is quite strong.

You can choose between the pressure sensitive adhesive (glue down) and the floating tongue and groove installation method.  It's no secret that installing traditional tiles can take time.  LVT installation is the opposite as it's not quite as time-consuming and skill demanding.

There's no grout work necessary before installing LVT flooring in a specific place.  That alone cuts down the amount of time it takes to install the vinyl tiles. Another point to note is you don't have to remove existing flooring to set up LVT.  You can easily install it on top of existing flooring without worrying about compromising the quality or durability.

Once in place, you notice that it not only looks good, but it is also waterproof.  Many of our customers at Dave's Flooring Company™ love having LVT flooring in bathrooms, kitchens, laundry room, or any other wet areas in the home.  Additionally, this is the perfect flooring for a home with kids or pets running around.

In most cases the Dave's Flooring Company™ Installations Team has ability to install right over the top of many existing floors such as rolled vinyl/linoleum, tile, and more.

The thick layer of LVT withstands constant activity in the house.  Plus, once set in position, it's not easy to remove or rip, unlike other flooring. So, you won't have to worry about kids ripping it apart or pets scratching your new flooring.