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Luxury Vinyl Flooring Store in Lewiston, ID

Vinyl flooring is no longer the same as it was 20 years ago when homeowners would not think of it as a luxury flooring option. Vinyl has seen several different changes, and options like luxury vinyl planks and luxury vinyl tiles have changed the way homeowners look at their flooring. Not all vinyl is luxury though, but we are here to help you sort out your options. At Skelton’s Carpet One Floor & Home in Lewiston, Idaho, we carry luxury vinyl flooring products that'll suit the needs of almost all our customers. Here are some reasons why luxury vinyl may be the right option for your home. We offer luxury vinyl flooring that comes in wood and tile look options that are shaped like planks and tiles, so you no longer have to sacrifice style for function. You no longer have to stay up at night worrying about any spills or messes you missed that day. Luxury vinyl is made to be durable, beautiful, and long-lasting. If you have children or pets running around your home, then consider installing luxury vinyl during your next project. You can also check out our other pet-friendly and kid-friendly flooring options.


How Is Luxury Vinyl Made?

Luxury vinyl is constructed differently from sheet vinyl and is made of multiple layers and can even feature a rigid core. Luxury vinyl is considered a resilient flooring option because of its slight cushioned feel underfoot and its ability to retain its shape after being compressed by things such as furniture and appliances. The wear layer of luxury vinyl is a clear plastic film applied to the surface of the product and determines how durable and resistant the floor is. Luxury vinyl is so durable it can withstand heat, moisture, and heavy traffic and it is also resistant to mold and mildew, which is great for people with allergies, and it even means you can install it in bathrooms and kitchens.


Types of Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl also comes in many styles, patterns, and colors to match your home’s décor and your style. Luxury vinyl planks are made to look like hardwood and luxury vinyl tiles can mimic ceramic tile. Now you don’t have to sacrifice style for function, and you can have both beauty and durability. Other types of luxury vinyl feature the ultimate durability like WPC, SPC, and rigid core luxury vinyl which are some of our waterproof options.


Luxury Vinyl Tiles

Like traditional tile, luxury vinyl tiles are ideal for their strength, reliability, water resistance, and easy maintenance. While luxury vinyl tiles often look like traditional, tile, they are much better to stand on for long periods because they are softer underfoot. In addition, luxury vinyl tiles can be installed in many areas of your home, like kitchens, mudrooms, laundry rooms, and even bathrooms.


Luxury Vinyl Plank

Arguably the most desired type of luxury vinyl, planks are created to mimic the look of genuine hardwood. They are long and narrow, and as far as visuals, they have a printed layer that makes them look like hardwood. In some cases, you cannot tell the difference between solid hardwood and luxury vinyl planks. They are resistant to moisture, so you won’t have to worry about expansion and contraction with luxury vinyl planks.


Waterproof Luxury Vinyl Flooring

One of the most popular breakthroughs in the flooring world is waterproof luxury vinyl. It’s tough, elegant, and completely spill-proof. At Skelton’s Carpet One Floor & Home, we carry a top selection of waterproof vinyl, including luxury vinyl planks and tiles. These provide natural hardwood, stone, and tile looks without the hassle. They’re also affordable, simple to care for, and very easy to install. Add the simplicity and beauty of waterproof luxury vinyl, and our other waterproof flooring options in your life by visiting our showroom in Lewiston, Idaho, today.


What Makes Vinyl Waterproof?

Today’s waterproof floors are unbelievably tough. Modern vinyl products have a fast-drying, water-repellent surface that locks out leaks and stains. We also install them with spill-tight seams so moisture can’t escape between the planks and tiles. This protects your subfloor from long-term damage, including rot, mold, and mildew. Many of our waterproof products also have a rigid core that stabilizes the floor and prevents swelling in humid conditions. You may also find collections that have antimicrobial underlayment that subdues odors, while also adding insulation.


Where Can Waterproof Vinyl Be Installed?

Thanks to the elegant appearance of wood and tile look vinyl, many homeowners choose to install these waterproof floors throughout their home. This trend is particularly beneficial for pet owners who have to deal with surprise accidents, along with families with young children. Waterproof planks are also great for anyone who loves the look of wood in bathrooms and kitchens but wants to avoid warping and water issues. We also recommend our commercial vinyl planks and tiles for high-traffic business spaces like restaurants, bars, cafes, downtown shops, offices, and more.


Our Luxury Vinyl Flooring Selection

Skelton’s Carpet One Floor & Home is your local leader when it comes to luxury vinyl flooring. Be sure to visit our showroom to learn everything there is to know about luxury vinyl. Our featured luxury vinyl flooring brands are Invincible™ H2O and VERÓSTONE™, both of which are Carpet One exclusives. We also carry popular name brands including Baroque Flooring, Armstrong, Mannington Adura Max, Enchant, Cascade, Waterproof Solutions, Genua, Neptune, and Creative Options. To learn more about luxury vinyl flooring, visit Skelton’s Carpet One Floor & Home in Lewiston, Idaho, or browse our luxury vinyl flooring inventory online today.



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Luxury Vinyl Maintenance

Caring for your luxury vinyl floors is easier than you think.

Always be sure to check the manufacturer’s warranty before

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