Luxury Vinyl Flooring

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About Luxury Vinyl Flooring

When it comes to luxury vinyl flooring, imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. Indeed, with these durable tiles and planks made to perfectly capture the stunning visuals of fine hardwood, tile, or stone, are a smart and stylish option for just about any space, including those susceptible to moisture.

What Are the Different Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring?

Vinyl tile flooring is a durable alternative to ceramic and porcelain tile.

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Vinyl plank flooring is a durable alternative to hardwood and laminate.

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Sheet vinyl flooring limits the seams on the surface of the floor.

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As demand for luxury vinyl products keeps on growing, Gales Carpet One Floor & Home in Riverton continues to grow its inventory. As part of our constant efforts to address our customers’ eclectic and changing needs, we’re excited to offer all your most beloved brands, including some exclusive Carpet One products you won’t find anywhere else.

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Natural Looks

From maple to marble, there’s no denying the beauty of natural elements in your home. Unfortunately, these aren’t always the best option for every homeowner. With luxury vinyl, you can embrace all the looks you love without worrying about water damage, scuffs, or dents.

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Types of Vinyl

The three types of luxury vinyl flooring are vinyl tile, vinyl plank, and sheet vinyl. Vinyl tile and plank are becoming more and more popular, but sheet vinyl remains a reliable option.

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Easy Maintenance

Luxury vinyl flooring, because of its durable construction, is easy to clean and maintain. The surface will resist scratches and scuffs, and dirt and spills can be wiped from the surface without any problems.

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