If variety is the spice of life for your household, luxury vinyl flooring
is going to be a welcomed addition to your home. You’ll get some of the best that flooring has to offer with regard to amazing appearances, incredible durability and functionality, and peace of mind that goes much further than you would expect. The truth is, this product can easily be tailored to fit your needs from wall to wall. At the same time, smaller projects need not be left out. For an all-around great experience in flooring, be sure to take an extra moment or two to find out more about this product, as it could be perfect for your needs.
FloorCraft has more than 25 years of experience in flooring as a family owned and operated business. Since our inception, we have come to carry an excellent and wide variety of flooring at affordable prices. Not only do we help with material selection, design consultation, and installation, but we are also available afterward as well. From our showroom in Wilmot, NH, we serve the communities of New London, Andover, Sunapee, Bradford, Wilmot, Sutton, and Newbury. We would love to be of assistance to you as well and we hope you’ll visit us when you’re in the area.
No matter which rooms in your home need flooring, from one to all of them, luxury vinyl can meet every need. Offering a comprehensive selection of appearances to choose from, meeting your decor needs is an easy task. If the look of all-natural resources is important to you, you’ll be happy to find that luxury vinyl offers the appearance of wood, tile, and stone. It mimics these materials so well, even the grains and textures are reproduced. For tile, real grout lines provide stunning authenticity you’ll love for years to come. If you prefer something more colorful and artistic, you can choose from an assortment of patterns, styles, and designs that cater to your specific preferences.
You’ll find luxury vinyl planks and tiles an excellent material for the purpose of durability. The construction model offers a stable backing material, a core, a design layer, and a protective wear layer topping it all off. The wear layer is responsible for resisting stains, scuffs, scratches, and fading, leaving you with floors that look fabulous for a long time. Be sure to ask your flooring specialist
about specific variations between products and how they will affect the overall performance of your flooring.