Luxury vinyl flooring sets itself apart from other flooring options with a high number of spectacular benefits. The realistic texture and looks of LVP make it a great option when you are looking to bring the look of hardwood to life. Most of our luxury vinyl options are crafted to resemble the looks and colors of real natural hardwood floors.
With vinyl flooring, messes are just a thing of the past. The planks not-only provide water resistance, but they are also 100% waterproof, making them a terrific option for bathrooms, kitchens, and basements — anywhere where water damage could be a potential hazard.
Luxury Vinyl Planks provide easy clean-up for messes made by both pets and children. With high durability, LVP doesn't scratch or stain easily and can last for years if taken care of properly — perfect for high-traffic homes. COREtec flooring, for example, is known for being both kidproof and petproof. They are built with durability in mind. Thick wear-layers surround a strong core made to withstand the daily wears of foot traffic. Best of all, COREtec vinyl flooring is backed by a lifetime residential warranty. We are a proud white-glove distributor of COREtec flooring and stand by their strength and durability.
Finally, the beauty of luxury vinyl plank comes in a variety of different styles and colors. In fact, Shaw's luxury vinyl planks are considered to be some of the very best around. Beautiful wood looks are constructed through degrees of high-tech embossing. The final product is rich decorative flooring that looks like it just arrived from nature itself. If you are looking to create beauty from every angle, then Shaw's luxury vinyl planks are a superior option.
Your home deserves the best, so treat it with a flooring option that not only looks great but is easily maintained. With luxury vinyl plank flooring (LVP) you get the beauty and elegance of luxury hardwood but with significantly easier care. LVP comes in many of the same beautiful colors and species of some of the finest hardwood flooring without having to pay traditional hardwood flooring prices.