Quality, Style and Ultimate Durability - Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) from the Industry's Leading Brands - Steve's Flooring - Serving the San Francisco Area
LVT/LVP vinyl is perfect for your kitchen and bath. What's more, it's a relatively inexpensive material you can purchase based on the value it provides. LVT/LVP vinyl tiles and planks will mimic the look of stone or wood while providing lifelong scratch, stain, and spill-resistance.
If you're looking to use Luxury vinyl tile or plank in your home improvement and interior design projects, you're not alone. As the most popular type of flooring for areas such as kitchens and bathrooms, LVT/LVP offer many benefits at an affordable cost.
Durability and Resilience
Luxury vinyl plank and tile offers durability and resilience unmatched by most any other flooring option. Often referred to as "LVT" or "LVP," Luxury vinyl plank or tile flooring is an affordable waterproof wood-look flooring option that has great warmth and texture underfoot and installs with peel-and-stick, glue-down, or click-together ease. High-traffic areas are no match for Luxury vinyl plank and tile which hold up to years of heavy use. LVT/LVP floors are the practical choice for areas of your home such as kitchens, bathrooms, utility rooms and mudrooms.
Flooring with Design Versatility
Luxury vinyl plank and tiles have come a long way from the paper thin vinyl rugs of years past. LVP comes in a seemingly limitless amount of colors, styles, and textures to complement any decor. Many options are available that closely resemble other flooring surfaces such as hardwood. Along with the look you need, you'll also enjoy added comfort and sound-buffering characteristics of vinyl floors.
Choosing the Luxury Vinyl Plank That's Right for You
LVP comes in a large range of quality, from inexpensive vinyl to high-end vinyl flooring planks. And Steve's Flooring has a large selection from the industry's leading manufacturers, like Armstrong Engineered Tile, Mannington Adura® Flooring, Southwind LVT/LVP, Armstrong Luxury Vinyl Floors among others to choose from. With so many options of luxury vinyl plank available, you'll want to make sure you choose the perfect LVT/LVP solution that matches your practical, aesthetic and budgetary needs.
Easy to Clean
In addition to beautiful floors, Luxury vinyl planks are also easy to keep clean. All of their LVT/LVP have a wear layer that protects floors from stains, spills, scratches and scuffs. With your vinyl floor all you have to do is sweep regularly and mop occasionally to keep your floor looking beautiful.
Visit their showroom and browse the selection to find a durable and stylish luxury vinyl plank flooring in a look to match your decor. Call them today at 800-555-1212 for a flooring consultation - they look forward to hearing from you!Steve's Flooring - Proudly serving the San Francisco area since 1946.
NOTE:Steve's Flooring does not carry every style of lvt/lvp. Check with them first about a particular product or to see if your product choice is available for special order.
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