“Amazing Hardwood Floors came to my house and transformed my kitchen to my favorite room. My luxury vinyl tile (LVT) looks just like ceramic tile, but it’s warm on my feet. They were professional, clean and the process was seamless and surprisingly quick. Thank you Amazing Hardwood Floors, I look forward to having you redo my living room soon!”-Amazing Hardwood Floor’s Customer
Vinyl: high-end style at an affordable cost
It’s not just for kitchens and bathrooms anymore; now, it’s not unusual to see vinyl installed in living rooms, dining rooms, hallways, bedrooms, and more.
-LVT in bedroom/office area
Traditional sheet vinyl which many customers remember as linoleum is designed in sheet goods that can be seamed to your room as needed. This material comes in glue down and loose lay applications, to be installed in areas with uneven subfloor or areas where having no seams for water is a necessity. Glue-down vinyl planks, luxury vinyl planking (LVP), or luxury vinyl tile (LVT) have a more rigid construction and are manufactured in individual pieces. The amazing part about LVT or LVP is (in a level room) it can be clicked and locked together to float over your existing hard-surface flooring. Floating vinyl products also have a pad attached to the backing acting as an underlayment.
The great part about vinyl is it is completely waterproof making it perfect for basements, bathrooms, and kitchens. More people are now recognizing luxury vinyl tile as an integral part of the house and is widely expanding in the flooring industry, so it deserves the luxury name.
Vinyl is resilient and stands up to daily wear and tear. It is made to resemble natural stone tile and hardwood, among other patterns. We carry a large selection of Vinyl products to suit all design preferences and budgets!
Amazing Hardwood Floors has been serving Northeast Connecticut for 10 years, and have established wonderful relationships with our customers who keep coming back to us time and time again.
We know how windy and stormy the weather can get in Connecticut. We also know that Connecticut has a lot of big old homes that, while charming and gorgeous, can also be leak-prone.
To accommodate this, sheet vinyl, LVP, or LVT can be a great option for your flooring needs. Feel free to call us at 860-512-0571 to talk you through some different tile options that could fit your needs or schedule a free flooring estimate today!
-Vinyl Samples in showroom