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Vinyl plank flooring provides a perfect solution

 
There will be times when you’ll want wood floors but can’t have them. Now, with vinyl plank, you can have that look anywhere in the house.

A remarkably realistic mimic of natural wood, it’s completely waterproof so you can install it even in the bathroom. This room is known as the “wettest room of this house,” where hardwood floors are not recommended for installation.

KLC Floors, for over 15 years, has been serving North-Central Florida with our full flooring inventory and our services, such as kitchen/bath renovation and installation.

Our showroom is in Stark, FL. and we serve Middleburg, Lake Asbury, Gainesville, Green Cove, and High Springs. We also provide free estimates.

Visit us and feel free to call us with any questions.
 

What makes luxury vinyl plank different from the original vinyl?

 
Yes, while you can get many design options with a standard vinyl sheet, this version is thicker and completely waterproof.

The biggest difference perhaps is in the word “sheet.” Rather than one large layover on the floor, this is cut into strips and mounted on boards to resemble planks.

The images are taken with 3D photography so they are clear and accurate; you will see all the knots, raised grains, swirls, and veinings as you would natural timber, but at a more affordable cost.

Embossing features give it a textured appearance and it is available in matte, gloss, or high gloss finishes.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Is vinyl plank installation the same as hardwood?

 
While most associated with wood, many also use planks to mimic stone, such as marble, travertine, slate, limestone, or quartz. The larger format, fewer seams gives it a more natural, continuous look.

The trend this year is also for bigger and bigger tiles (some as large as 48 X 48), so this is an answer to that as well.

While this vinyl has a click and lock technique that's similar to the tongue and groove of hardwood, those floors also need to be nailed or glued.

This is a floating floor, which means you click the pieces together to form a mat and then it’s placed it over an existing sub-floor. No extra attachment is needed.

This flooring is durable, with a top clear plastic wear sheet that protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and spills. It's also easy to clean.