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We have an abundant inventory of vinyl plank starting at $1.90 per ft2. Whatever your budget, the options with vinyl plank are unlimited and even noise reducing. These products are just a fraction of all our selections—to really get a feel for what they would look like as part of your project we encourage you to stop by our Woodinville showroom to see, touch and feel the options in person. Our experienced sales staff can check out samples and answer any questions you have to ensure you’re getting the right product at the lowest price for any application!
Evoke offers a wide variety, including luxury vinyl plank in their Vinyl Composite Core collection.
Don’t hesitate to reach out for a free quote or in home measurement as we are more than happy to givepersonal guidance on any part of your project helping you to love where you live!
Vinyl Plank FAQs
Vinyl flooring is ideal for homes, not just because of its affordability and easy availability, but also because it’s comfortable, aesthetically appealing, and moisture resistant. However, before you decide whether vinyl is the right option for you, you may have some questions. Here are some questions we are asked fairly frequently.
What is vinyl plank flooring?
Vinyl flooring is a popular flooring material that is designed to resemble hardwood, stone and other materials. It is affordable, comfortable, low-maintenance and durable. You can get vinyl plank flooring that’s stain-resistant, hypoallergenic and pet-friendly as well.
What is vinyl plank flooring made of?
Vinyl flooring is a synthetic material made using felt, fiberglass, and various other materials. It is largely a plastic product, which is what makes it waterproof and pliable.
What is the best vinyl plank flooring?
While there are many different varieties and options, Builders Interiors recommends the following brands when it comes to vinyl flooring:
- Mannington Adura
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How durable is vinyl plank flooring?
Vinyl flooring has a wear layer on top, and generally the thicker the wear layer, the greater the floor’s durability. You can expect vinyl flooring to last somewhere between 15-20 years, although since it’s soft compared to laminate, hardwood and tile, it may develop scratches and tears over time. Luckily, repairing scratches in vinyl flooring is easy.
Where to buy vinyl plank flooring?
Like most other flooring materials, vinyl plank flooring is easily available and you should be able to buy it from most flooring and home improvement stores. We would recommend getting them installed professionally after purchase, however.
What is luxury vinyl plank flooring?
Luxury vinyl plank (LVP) is waterproof, comfortable and affordable, and it comes in wood designs. The biggest difference between standard vinyl and LVP is that the latter looks better with the help of a realistic printed image, and texture.
What is the best luxury vinyl plank flooring?
Different materials are suitable for different people, but here are some of the leading manufacturers of LVP in America: Tarkett, Mohawk, Forbo, Armstrong, and Karndean
What is the difference between vinyl tile, vinyl plank and sheet vinyl?
The difference between vinyl tile and vinyl plank is that the former mimics the look of stone, while the latter mimics the look of wood. Sheet vinyl is a completely different form of vinyl, which comes rolled up in a sheet (as opposed to individual planks). It’s a cheaper and less durable option, great for rented apartments.
Which is better – laminate or vinyl plank flooring?
Both have their pros and cons. If you want to sell your home in the near future, laminate may be better because it adds to your home’s value. If, however, you’ll be living on the property and want something that’s comfortable and waterproof, vinyl flooring would be the best option.
What goes under vinyl plank flooring?
Nowadays, vinyl flooring usually comes with underlayment attached. It’s there to increase comfort, and to reduce sound. However, if it didn’t come with the product you purchased, you can buy it separately. Foam and cork are excellent options.
What is engineered vinyl plank?
Engineered vinyl plank (EVP) is a tough, durable product that comes in attractive wood looks. It’s a great substitute for LVP, because it’s just as durable and attractive, if not more! EVP is usually 8 mm thick, and has a tough fiberboard core.
If you have any more questions, you can visit our flooring store near Seattle anytime, and our staff would be happy to answer them for you. We have decades of cumulative experience in the world of flooring materials, and we’ll find you the right material if it exists.