Modern luxury vinyl flooring is far superior to the rolled vinyl version installed in homes a couple decades ago.
There was a time when vinyl flooring was the most common flooring product used in rooms besides the bedrooms when building homes in the Cornelius, North Carolina area. That rolled vinyl product represented the most cost-effective option and had the advantage of a wide selection of colors and patterns to choose from. The product fell out of favor when attention was given to tile and stone flooring as a more durable and lasting flooring, so vinyl flooring nearly went out of production and existence. Today, we have a far superior choice in vinyl flooring – luxury vinyl tile and luxury vinyl planks.
Here at Above Board Flooring, we love that vinyl flooring is making a comeback because it has plenty of advantages. With the innovations made in this product, you can enjoy the look of tile or stone, while having a softer feel underfoot and avoiding one drawback – chipping. Tile in a kitchen can be slippery and it can get chipped if you drop a pan or canned good. Like tile, vinyl flooring is water-resistant and stain-resistant, so you aren’t making any compromises in that regard. Since vinyl flooring also comes in planks that resemble wood flooring, you can enjoy the appearance of wood without worry in water-prone rooms such as kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms.
The key to great results from modern vinyl flooring is installing it properly. We use quality installation materials and our skilled team of installers pays attention to every detail to give you professional results. Forget everything you ever thought about vinyl flooring. It will be quite surprising when someone visits after your vinyl flooring is installed and they mistake it for its look-alike, be it tile, stone, or wood. Yes, it is that nice! Contact us today to learn more.
At Above Board Flooring, we offer vinyl flooring to customers in Lake Norman, Charlotte, Cornelius, Denver, Huntersville, Mooresville, Pineville, Matthews, Ballantyne, Sherrills Ford, and Terrell, North Carolina.