Vinyl planks are water resistant, durable, and easy to maintain, making them an ideal surface for almost every room in the house, including those with high moisture levels. They can also be installed on most subflooring, and the style and color options mimicking hardwood and stone are extensive. Below are a few types of vinyl plank flooring to explore.
Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring
Textured finishes and a square edge are two characteristics of this durable, scratch-resistant vinyl plank option. Offering rooms a warm, hardwood feel, American cypress provides rich color and luxurious flooring even for high traffic areas. Self-stick planks make installation simple.
Available in cozy colors like bearskin brown, autumn landscape, butternut, and peppercorn, this style comes in long, low-gloss planks. The interlocking installation system also makes cleaning and repairs simple; you need only to remove certain planks when fixing or replacing.
Stone finishes and textures are also options, with gray stone being a popular choice. Stone styles work well for bathrooms, kitchens, and basements, giving a natural vibe to any decor.
Mimicking the natural look of rustic wood flooring, Georgia pine vinyl planks allow you to have hardwood even in areas that have a lot of traffic and are prone to humidity and moisture. The details on the finish include the knots and grain of real wood.
Another stone finish, the detail on these planks makes it hard to distinguish it from real stone flooring. Installation, whether as interlocking planks or full-spread vinyl rolls, is quick and can be laid over almost any subfloor.
If you are in the market for vinyl plank flooring, trust Ben Baker Flooring in Ozark, AL, for the job. Located near DA Smith Middle School, this residential flooring service specializes in vinyl planks but is also available for custom hardwood, laminate, and carpet installation. Call (334) 445-2866 for a consultation or visit their website for a complete list of services.