Choosing luxury vinyl
plank or tiles for your home’s floors is an exciting time. You’ll have access to a wide variety of options, not only in great looks but in durability and functionality as well. If you could use one word to sum up these great floors, it would surely be “versatile”. From looks to benefits, you’ll have plenty of personalization’s to make to give you a finished flooring that’s as unique as you are.
Casa Carpet, Tile & Wood Wholesale Distributors has spent many years making sure our customers get exactly the products they need at the most affordable prices possible. We also take pride in providing fast service as well. In fact, we invite you to visit us at our El Paso, TX showroom for yourself and see the difference our experience can make for your own flooring. We cater to the areas of El Paso, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Las Cruces, New Mexico, Fort Bliss, TX, and Alamogordo, New Mexico. We would love to be of service to you as well.
Luxury vinyl flooring is available in a wide selection of appearances. One of the most well-known is the wood look, which is very popular. However, you can also choose looks that mimic real natural stone or porcelain tile as well. Between these looks alone, you will be able to match a wide variety of decor. But you can also choose from more artistically designed flooring, with bold patterns and shapes as well.
Luxury vinyl flooring can come in planks, tiles, or sheet form, each with its own characteristics. Sheet vinyl, for example, covers the entirety of most regular sized rooms and creates a seamless setting that is almost completely waterproof. Since there are no seams, there are no points of entry for water to seep through, protecting your floors from damage. Planks are most often used to create the wood-look, while tile plays more to the stone and porcelain looks.
Durability is never skimped on when it comes to these floors. In fact, they are some of the most durable floors available in their line. Manufactured in layers, with a sturdy backing layer, a core, and design layers, these are all topped off with a protective wear layer. This will make sure you see fewer scratches, scuffs, and less fading as well. It’s this top layer that adds to the overall lifespan of the flooring, which can easily exceed 20 years when properly cared for.