Here at Hall’s we like to educate our clients on all types of flooring options, and which will work best for your home or business. Switching gears from just carpet, we provide Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) and we also have Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT). Below, we’ve listed the contrasts in both.
LVP- These planks can be smooth or textured to mimic different types of materials, such as hardwood floors. They’re able to be glued down, float or snap together for a rather quick and easy installation.
LVT- These beautiful tiles come in a wide array of lengths & widths compared to LVP. Therefore, its better suited for mimicking material like stone, granite, concrete but are also versatile and can be made to look like hardwood tiles and rectangles. Like LVP, they are also able to be glued down, float, snap together and they can also peel-and-stick for simple, easy installation.
Both are great options and are simple to clean, they don’t require harsh chemicals and you can use a wet mop with a gentle cleaner. Unlike hardwood floors, you do not have to wax vinyl floors to keep them looking great. Vinyl has a resilient surface, its waterproof properties are ideal for high moisture levels & humid environments.