Installing Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Veterans Carpet One Floor & Home in Denver has the flooring experts to help you find and install the perfect luxury vinyl floor in your home. In addition to carrying quality luxury vinyl flooring brands we also offer specialized installation services. Our flooring experts can help you navigate our flooring selection to choose the right floor for your home that matches both your home décor and personal style.
We proudly serve South Denver, Southeast Denver, Englewood, Sheridan, Glendale, Cherry Creek, Lakewood, Platte Park, Littleton, and Washington Park.
How Is Luxury Vinyl Installed?
Luxury vinyl comes in different installation options depending on the type of luxury vinyl you choose as well as the manufacture instructions. Many types of luxury vinyl are made like puzzle pieces and can fit together almost seamlessly. These are called floating floors and can be installed over most subfloors, and even come in options that can be installed over existing floor if they have the proper backing to absorb imperfections. Glue down installation is not needed, making the installation process more efficient.
Where Luxury Vinyl Be installed?
Luxury vinyl is well-known for being able to mimic the authentic look of wood and stone and is built with resilient qualities. These qualities also mean that they can stand up to most every day challenges like dirt, scuffs, and spills. Luxury vinyl floors are great for high traffic areas as well as entrances to your home. Many luxury vinyl floors are made to be waterproof as well, adding to their durable characteristics.
Compared to real tile that you see installed in kitchens, luxury vinyl tile is much more comfortable and forgiving to stand on for long periods of time. You can still have the classic look of tile with added warmth and comfort underfoot. Luxury vinyl is also easier to maintain, and cleaning up messes is a breeze.Get Some Kitchen Inspiration
If you love the look of hardwood and want it in your bathroom, go with a waterproof luxury vinyl plank option. They look just like real hardwood but resist water and form a protective barrier above your subfloor. They are also warmer and more slip resistant than tile when comes out of the shower or tub.Get Some Bathroom Inspiration
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Veterans Carpet One Floor & Home in Denver, CO is proud to provide flooring to areas in South Denver.