Have you heard that luxury vinyl plank flooring is durable and long-lasting? Did you see with your own eyes the way it warms a room? Regardless of what you’ve heard or seen, why not learn what the experts have to say before purchasing this flooring option for your own home? Find out about what industry insiders and residential home-buyers think by referencing luxury vinyl plank flooring reviews.
LUXURY VINYL PLANK FLOORING REVIEWS FROM THE PROS
An HGTV feature story referred to modern-day luxury vinyl as “not your father’s vinyl.” It’s an accurate appraisal. The vinyl of yesteryear is not typically touted in terms of “luxury,” and, by today’s standards, would not be a tempting decorative choice. After all, vinyl dating back to the 60s and 70s was funky! Although shades of mustard and brown were trendy then, preferences have since evolved. And, aside from questionable color palettes, traditional vinyl was made in sheets, not planks.
Today, luxury vinyl plank floors resemble hardwood and other high-quality material. And, in some ways, vinyl planks are superior to hardwood floors and porcelain tiles. Whereas real wood can warp as a result of moisture, luxury vinyl planks are often waterproof, or at the very least, water resistant.
What else do industry insiders have to say about luxury vinyl plank flooring? Here’s the consensus:
- It Looks and Feels Durable
Luxury or engineered vinyl mirrors hardwood in appearance and measures closest to real wood flooring at eight mm thickness per plank.
- It’s Easy to Install
Unlike other types of flooring, luxury vinyl planks click together and can be affixed directly to a subfloor or another type of existing flooring.
- It’s Cost Effective
While it depends on the brand and type of luxury vinyl plank, the average cost overall is $8 per square foot, half the cost of a square foot of hardwood.
- It Offers a Variety of Attractive Styles
Unlike its predecessor, modern vinyl planks come in a variety of styles and colors. In addition to planks that mimic hardwood, there are also vinyl flooring options that resemble stone.
- It’s Resilient and Easy to Maintain
Real wood can warp and become damaged as a result of prolonged water exposure. Stone and porcelain tile can chip crack. However, luxury vinyl is more difficult to damage. As previously mentioned, luxury vinyl planks are typically either waterproof or water resistant.
What Do Homeowners Have to Say About Vinyl Planks?
At Floor Coverings International, we provide a number of beautiful, durable, and versatile luxury vinyl plank flooring options. In addition to the perks listed above, our clients appreciate the comfort and aesthetic and physical quality of our luxury vinyl plank offerings.
Our New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Vermont clients also appreciate our comprehensive, timely, and professional services. Take a look at a couple of actual FCI customer luxury vinyl plank flooring reviews:
“I wanted to thank you for working with me on selecting my new kitchen floor as well as basement and bedroom carpet. You were patient, kind and very helpful, not to mention coming to my house twice with the samples so I could be sure of my selections. Thank you very much! I am very happy with the luxury vinyl tile in the kitchen and the carpeting is just right for the basement and bedroom. The installers did an excellent job and were meticulous with cleaning up afterward.” — Diane D.
“My wife and I were extremely pleased with every facet of the services provided to us by Floor Coverings. Kyle provided excellent advice on different options and answered our many questions promptly and in great detail. Kevin also was outstanding in supervising the installation and patiently explained each step of the process and the many questions we asked of him. Kane Charley and the other installers were a credit to FCI, doing a superb job with exemplary consideration for us as customers, always leaving our home as clean and tidy as possible and were extremely polite and friendly. FCI delivered a great job and product which we have no hesitation in recommending very highly.” — Hugh Coleman
If you’re curious about how luxury vinyl plank flooring would look in your home, the first step is to schedule a consultation. Call us today!
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