Luxury vinyl flooring in Norman, OK from Urban Flooring LLC

Luxury vinyl flooring and wear layers


As you search for the perfect luxury vinyl flooring, you will surely hear about wear layers. So, naturally, this layer gets a lot of recognition, but what do you know about it?

We know that you should have accurate information to choose the best flooring. So, consider these facts as you prepare for your remodel.

What is a wear layer?


The wear layer sits between the image layer and the protective top layer. Its primary goal is to protect the image layer to keep the floors looking good longer.

You may have heard that it protects against signs of daily wear, and that's partially true. However, with luxury vinyl plank, the protective layer on top bears the brunt of this load.

Emphasizing what a wear layer does


The wear layer can help protect the image from extensive wear and foot traffic. If the image begins to wear away, you'll know the wear layer has been degraded.

The top layer helps keep your luxury vinyl flooring performing well for longer. And you'll find it's available in various thicknesses for your best protection.

Why find a thicker wear layer?


The thicker wear layers make your vinyl plank floors more protected from dents and dings. And for your busy household, this can be an essential option.

If you have further questions about the wear layer, ask an associate while you're here. We'll make sure they are all answered.

Visit our showroom for your flooring and information


Urban Flooring LLC has a reputation for excellent materials. And we'll work with you to match your specific requirements while you're here.

We offer popular brands like Johnson Hardwood, Mannington, and Paramount. And we'll make sure you find the perfect match for your needs.

We'll help you find the perfect luxury vinyl flooring at our Norman, OK, showroom. From there, we cater to residents from:

  • Norman
  • Moore
  • Edmond
  • Yukon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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