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What Is Luxury Vinyl Flooring?

Visit Direct Carpet One Floor & Home in Scottsdale to shop our selection of luxury vinyl flooring. Luxury vinyl flooring has quickly become one of the most popular flooring options for home settings. Why? It offers a combination of style, performance, and comfort that is unmatched.

Luxury vinyl flooring has a durable top layer that is called the wear layer. This wear layer can handle foot traffic and other impacts, so, unlike hardwood and laminate, luxury vinyl flooring will not scratch or scuff. At the same time, this wear layer is impervious to moisture.

Underneath the wear layer is the decorative layer, which includes a high definition wood or stone visual. With this visual, luxury vinyl looks exactly like real wood or stone. These looks, because of digital printing advancements, are authentic. For wood looks, choose vinyl plank flooring, and for tile or stone looks, choose vinyl tile flooring.

For extra stability and comfort, luxury vinyl flooring has certain core and support layers. Most options, for example, have waterproof cores that prevent the planks and tiles from ever swelling when exposed to moisture. In addition, with the extra support layers, the planks and tiles will never collapse or crack. And, they will certainly be softer and warmer underfoot than traditional flooring options like wood and tile.

There are two main types of luxury vinyl available: vinyl plank flooring and vinyl tile flooring.

Our Luxury Vinyl Flooring Selection

As part of our luxury vinyl selection, we have Invincible H2O, a Carpet One exclusive vinyl plank flooring option. Invincible H2O is available in authentic wood looks, and it is durable enough to handle any setting.

We also offer premium services to make sure you're totally satisfied with the end product. Click here to learn more about our Beautiful Guarantee.

Invincible H2O

Invincible H2O waterproof flooring

Invincible H2O

Invincible H2O is our exclusive luxury vinyl flooring option. It has a strong waterproof core, and it also can handle scratches and scuffs without any issues. Be sure to visit our Invincible H2O page to learn more.

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