If you have been looking into new flooring for any time at all, then you already know how many different types there are to choose from out there. That’s great. It means you’ve got plenty of options to meet your own specific needs. However, today we’re going to focus on luxury vinyl flooring, also known as LVF. Hopefully, we will cover some of the information that’s most important to you.


Integrity Plus Floors is a family owned business that seeks to provide the ultimate customer experience with great products and fair prices. We want to get to know you, so we’ll be able to better serve your flooring needs. In fact, we invite you to visit us at our showroom, located in Murrieta, CA. Our flooring professionals will be happy to help you find the floor covering that best suits your needs. From there, we can also discuss your installation needs as well.


Luxury Vinyl Flooring Benefits and Options


When it comes to luxury vinyl flooring, there are two kinds that you may have already heard about: Luxury vinyl plank (LVP) and luxury vinyl tile (LVT). If you’re wondering what the difference between the two is, you’re in good company. It’s simply really. LVP comes in plank sizes, much like wood flooring, and has the look and feel of authentic solid hardwood flooring. LVT, on the other hand, comes in square tiles and looks most like natural stone and real ceramic and porcelain tile. LVT can even be grouted to look even more like the real thing.


Both plank and tile are durable materials that can really stand up to whatever your busy family can dish out. Scratches and scuffs are much less likely to happen, as are dings and dents. The wear layer on top of the flooring is most responsible for this, and thicker that layer is, the more durable your floors will be. They layers of this flooring are responsible for the overall stability and resilience of the flooring, which make it very comfortable to walk on.


Both luxury vinyl plank and tile come in a variety of colors, styles and designs to choose from, so it’s easy to match existing décor. You can choose the natural look of wood or stone, or you can opt for an array of artistic elements that matches even the most artistic homeowner’s style preferences.