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About Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Millers Carpet One Floor & Home in Seaside, CA takes away the stress related to shopping for new flooring. Our collection of luxury vinyl floors will not only suit your personal style but they will also suit the needs of your home. Our luxury vinyl collection is no exception to the high quality standards we hold for all of our flooring products. Luxury vinyl is one of the fastest growing flooring categories today.

Luxury vinyl is a fast growing category and is considered an alternative to hardwood and stone flooring because of its high-definition image layer that can exactly mimic the looks of natural flooring. Most luxury vinyl floors also feature embossed in registering which can make vinyl feel like stone or wood. Luxury vinyl is softer underfoot and warmer than other flooring options and is ideal for the active family.

Expert Advice - LVT Flooring

Luxury vinyl flooring, or LVT flooring, has become more and more popular in residential and commercial settings. Join our very own Jim Aaron, VP of Merchandising for Carpet One Floor & Home, for some inside information about luxury vinyl.

Where Can Luxury Vinyl Be Installed?

Luxury vinyl is versatile and because it features water resistant and waterproof qualities, you can install them almost anywhere in your home. The most common spaces homeowners choose to install luxury vinyl include bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms, and even bedrooms. Luxury vinyl comes in options that are so realistic you’d never be able to tell it isn’t real hardwood or stone.

Luxury vinyl flooring is perfect for homes with families who are active or have children and pets. Due to the super durable wear layer, pet claws won’t damage the surface nearly as bad as they would a hardwood floor. If you cannot make it to an accidental spill or mess right away, there is no need to worry. Luxury vinyl is easy to clean and maintain over time.

 

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Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring

As mentioned earlier, luxury vinyl is one of the fastest growing flooring categories on the market. With this much growth there are several different styles to choose from. From traditional sheet vinyl to luxury vinyl planks and tiles, there is a luxury vinyl floor that is right for your project. Luxury vinyl planks have the ability to look just like hardwood flooring but are resilient and durable enough to be installed in places hardwood cannot. Luxury vinyl tiles look just like tile, but are much warmer and forgiving underfoot.

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Our Luxury Vinyl Flooring Selection

We are your local flooring retailer and we have what you need when it comes to luxury vinyl. Our featured luxury vinyl flooring brands are Invincible H2OEarthscapes, and VeroStone, all of which are Carpet One exclusives. Invincible H2O is a waterproof luxury vinyl flooring option, while Earthscapes and VeroStone are durable sheet vinyl options.

  1. Invincible H2O luxury vinyl flooring
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    Invincible H2O is waterproof, kid-proof, and pet-proof.

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  2. Earthscapes luxury vinyl flooring
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    Earthscapes is comfortable underfoot and long-lasting.

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  3. VeroStone luxury vinyl flooring
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    VeroStone is a durable alternative to stone tile.

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Natural Looks with Luxury Vinyl

New technology has made it possible for luxury vinyl to look and feel exactly like hardwood or tile. High-resolution images and registered-embossing have taken luxury vinyl to a new level of quality.

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Luxury Vinyl Maintenance

Luxury vinyl is very is to clean and maintain. Keeping up with your flooring not only keeps it looking fresh but also extends its life cycle in your home.

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