Yes, it can go into any room, which means you might find even greater versatility in installation possibilities since it is completely waterproof.
One example would be wood. Authentic timber can be damaged by excess water so it isn't recommended for placement in high moisture areas, such as the bathroom or basement.
With this, you can have that look of hardwood in the bathroom.
Luxury vinyl is a remarkably realistic mimic of wood, tile, and stone, and it is available in an almost unlimited number of colors, patterns, and species. Since the images are taken with 3D photography they are clear, accurate, and vibrant. Embossing features, thanks to modern technology, eliminates the flat images we may remember from years past.
The floors now have depth and design and you can get textured appearances, such as wire-brushed, hand scraped, weathered, and distressed.
You can get it cut into groutable tile-sized pieces, LVT, or vinyl plank often referred to as simply LVP.
What are the best rooms to install luxury vinyl?
Since this vinyl is waterproof, the kitchen, bath, laundry, and mudrooms are obvious places. Unlike hardwood, luxury vinyl can even be installed in basements.
Wood floors are hot right now, and that?s a trend expected to last for 15 years so you can give your living or dining room that atmosphere, whether your style is contemporary or traditional.
Stone is always a timeless decor, so you can turn your home into a European chateau with marble, travertine, or granite-look floors, or you just might want some fun pops of color for a retro-style game area or sunroom.
The best part, all of these looks can be achieved with luxury vinyl!
Easy to take care of, and a quick installation from?Bayland Flooring
This has a thick top clear wear layer that protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and wear. Spills sit at the top so they wipe off easily. All you need is a soft broom, a mop, and a manufacturer-approved cleaner.
Installation is uncomplicated, which adds to the affordability factor. With a few exceptions, it can be placed over existing subfloors, as long as they're clean, dry and level.
There are various installation techniques including tongue and groove (click and lock), glue-down, loose lay or peel and stick.
For more information, visit the Bayland Flooring showroom in New Franken, WI, serving Franken and Green Bay. We offer free estimates.