The Vinyl Advantage

November 2, 2019




So you're thinking about installing some Vinyl Flooring. And you're wondering if the look will go with what you have already throughout the rest of your home.

Because of recent advances in how vinyl is made it can look like a natural material such as wood, stone and even woven linen or any other type of material imaginable. There are a plethora of styles and colours to choose from.

There are several great advantages for choosing luxury vinyl flooring or luxury vinyl tiles. Let's look at some of them.


Ease Of Installation

One big advantage of installing luxury vinyl flooring is that it can be installed almost anywhere, including basements and rooms that are prone to water and moisture. Because of its ease of installation, installation costs tend to be less than other flooring options.


Design Options

Luxury vinyl flooring has the largest variety of styles and designs to choose from. Luxury vinyl can replicate both tile and hardwood with realistic patterns and textures that make it difficult to detect the difference. Because luxury vinyl comes in either tiles or planks it even has realistic grooves between the tiles or planks, giving it a great advantage over other vinyl options, like sheet vinyl.



Luxury vinyl is one of the most durable options out there. It can withstand water and moisture, as well as wear and tear. It is also stain and scratch resistant. This durability makes it an ideal option for places where water may be an issue, like basements or bathrooms as well as heavy traffic areas.


Low Maintenance

The only maintenance necessary to keep your vinyl flooring beautiful is dusting and mopping to keep the dirt off. There is no special care or cleaners needed to keep the flooring well maintained.


Luxury vinyl flooring is a great option for anyone concerned with moisture, heavy traffic, and wear and tear.


If you have any questions or need help choosing the best flooring options for your home please stop by Samurai Hardwood flooring and we would be happy to help you decide on what best suits your home, style and budget.










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