Luxury vinyl flooring in Norman, OK from Urban Flooring LLC

What is the difference between luxury vinyl plank and luxury vinyl tile?


To ensure your luxury vinyl flooring meets all your requirements and preferences, it can be essential to know the differences between the plank and tile products. We will share some of this information in today's post, so be sure to read along to learn more about it.

Luxury vinyl plank or tile?


The primary difference between LVP and LVT is the format. For that reason, you might find that one meets your décor-matching requirements more than the other.

However, the two have more similarities than differences, but the installation process can also differ if you choose to add authentic grout lines to your luxury vinyl tiles. Luxury vinyl plank does not usually contain grouting, so it's not similar between the two products.

What you will find in either luxury vinyl flooring option is extensive durability, with a wear layer that protects against stains, scratches, and scuffs, and a core layer that can provide 100% waterproof protection in even the dampest of areas. You will also find the appearance of natural all-natural materials, such as solid hardwood flooring, natural stone, and porcelain tile, for décor matching elegance you will never want to be without.

Choose options that provide an excellent luxury vinyl flooring


At Urban Flooring LLC, we cater to your requirements on every level, with materials and services you will enjoy for years to come. Our associates know how to match you with the perfect brands for your existing décor as well, including Johnson Hardwood, Mannington, and Paramount, all while adhering to the budget of your choice.

From our showroom in Norman, OK, we serve the communities of Norman, Moore, Edmond, and Yukon, OK, and we would like to provide your new flooring as well. Please stop by today to consider the luxury vinyl tile and vinyl plank flooring we have to offer.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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