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Luxury Vinyl Plank
AP Carpet Center is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring available, at the best prices in the area.
Luxury Vinyl Plank
Do you need beautiful new flooring in your home? look no further than A&P Carpet Center’s Luxury Vinyl Plank!
About Carpet Luxury Vinyl Plank
- 15 classic and on-trend designs inspired by natural hardwood
- 6″ & 7″ X 48″ planks
- Reduced sound transmission from attached underlayment.
- Urethane wear layer protects against scratches, scuffs, and stains for a long-lasting new floor look and performance
- Dense polymer core provides superior indent resistance and does not telegraph
- 100% waterproof* planks are ideal for high-moisture areas including: kitchens, bathrooms, mudrooms, and basements
- 30-year limited residential warranty & 7-year limited commercial warranty
- No glue, pad, or underlayment required
- Attached polyethylene underlayment helps hide minor subfloor imperfections
- Can be installed over most existing subfloors, OSB or existing flooring
- Rigid planks easily lock into place
Frequently Asked Questions
is vinyl plank better than laminate?
Laminate flooring is similar to luxury vinyl planks in its look and installation but that is where the comparisons stop. The critical difference is that the surface is a hard plastic laminate with a printed design layer, while the core layer is rigid fiberboard, a product made from wood byproducts bonded together with resins.
do i need underlayment with luxury vinyl flooring?
Our Luxury Vinyl Plank can be installed directly over your subflooring or OSB. Most of the time the built-in underlayment that comes on our Luxury Vinyl Plank can cover up imperfections in your subfloor. The only instances where this is not the case would be in an area with moisture concerns, a cement basement floor, for instance, would most likely need a vapor barrier on underlayment.
is luxury vinyl plank flooring good for bathrooms?
Because of Luxury Vinyl Plank being waterproof it is one of the best floorings that you could use in your bathroom. The vinyl will handle water and steam humidity better than wood while still remaining warm under your foot, unlike ceramic or porcelain tiles.