●You can follow all the trends. Because there is such a large assortment of colors, style, and designs with this vinyl, you can have the luxury of wide planks, gray wood (or wood-look) floors, pops of color, or the timeless architectural interest of stone.
●It is completely waterproof. People love the look of wood, but it can warp, cup, and rot when it experiences excess water, so installation recommendations can be a little limited. But with luxury vinyl, you can have that wood look anywhere, even the bath and laundry room.
●Easy installation. It can be used on most existing floors and is either glued down, or the pieces click and lock together.
●Durability. Also stain-resistant, this is a material often recommended for a child’s bedroom or playroom. It’s not fazed by things like pull toys and stains like markers, crayons and lipstick can be easily removed. LVF is layered, and on top is a clear plastic sheet that protects against scratches and dents.
●Comfort. It never gets cold and, while vinyl flooring, in itself, is more flexible, it comes with an underlayment that provides even more cushioning. Not only is it softer to walk on, but it’s also softer on which to stand--a big advantage if you’re someone who spends a lot of time in the kitchen preparing big meals. Remember, thickness matters here so don’t fall for the ultra-cheap promotions. Cutting corners on price means cutting corners on quality.