Luxury vinyl plank, also called LVP, is a popular flooring choice among homeowners. It’s nothing like the sheet vinyl it is often confused with, and has more benefits than you might be aware of. It is not only durable, but also mimics the look of some of the most popular natural materials. For the number of benefits it has, it is much more affordable than many other floor coverings.

DCO Flooring knows that your floors are very important, and that’s why they’re just as important to us. We’ll go the extra mile to make sure you have a floor covering that suits your needs perfectly, and that you’ll be proud of for years to come. We service the Leesburg and surrounding areas, with a showroom located in Leesburg, FL. We invite you to stop by with any questions, or to see samples of this amazing floor covering. Our flooring professionals are standing by.

What is Luxury Vinyl Plank?

LVP is an excellent luxury vinyl product that mimics the look and feel of natural wood planks. In fact, in many cases, you might not even be able to tell it from the real thing. This product even offers a waterproof option, which only adds to its many benefits, while still not lacking in style and design options. In fact, you can find a product that mimics many of the wood species that are some of the most sought after on the market.

Benefits of Luxury Vinyl Plank

Along with the elegant look of this product, there are more benefits waiting to be discovered. Durability, for instance, is a given with this flooring. Thanks to the protective wear layers, situated on the very top, it can withstand scratches, scuffs and even some gouging, up to a certain point. It’s a wonderful choice for homes that experience high levels of foot traffic, or where pets and small children might be in constant motion.

Maintenance is something you won’t spend a lot of time on when it comes to luxury vinyl plank. It’s easy to clean and can be kept looking like brand new for many years, with just a simple, regular routine of sweeping and mopping.

Installation is a quick and easy process as well, with a click and lock system that allows your installers to be in and out, almost before you realize it. What’s more, you can walk on these floors as soon as they are installed.