Beauty, durability, and value, luxury vinyl tile and vinyl sheet flooring come in a wide variety of options from inexpensive to high quality. There are many colors and styles to choose from. Realistic hardwood, tile, and stone patterns are popular trends in vinyl flooring. Vinyl is easy to install and maintain and a great choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and many other areas of the home. Let us help you select the right flooring for your budget, lifestyle, and decorating needs.
Luxury Vinyl Tile, commonly referred to as LVT, is a flooring option that has the natural look of stone, ceramic, or wood flooring but with the resilience and durability of hard-wearing vinyl flooring. Through realistic looking visuals and surface texture, LVT mimics natural patterns to give an authentic appearance. LVT is increasingly popular in home and commercial settings because of its beauty, durability, and value. These products are incredibly versatile allowing you to use them in almost any space in your home or office.
Be sure you have all manufacturer installation instructions. Whenever possible it is best to have these materials professionally installed. Surface preparation is very important for your vinyl installation. Our professional installers will assess your individual situation and decide on the best installation for you. The most common installations are: full sub floor replacement and installation of new sub floor, and embossing of an existing vinyl with a material designated by the flooring manufacturer. Each type of vinyl product will require a specific adhesive. In most cases, following the manufacturers installation protocol is important to keeping your warranty in force. At Cenni Tile & Carpet, Inc we will ensure your material is installed correctly and be available to answer any questions you have involving prep and installation.
Sweep, mop, or dust to keep dirt off of floor. Wipe spills as soon as possible. Use a non-abrasive cleaner such as Shaw R2X or Armstrong Once’n Done. Use entry mats to catch excess dirt. If possible use mats without latex or rubber backing to prevent discoloration of vinyl. Use furniture protectors.