Luxury Vinyl FAQs
Luxury vinyl tile and Luxury vinyl plank. It is made to look like wood and stone, but without the maintenance.
Luxury vinyl is extremely durable and water resistant.
It is best to check with the manufactures recommendation for this.
Most of the time, yes it can. Please contact one of our experienced associates to determine if your floor can be installed over.
The installation process for luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring typically involves preparing the subfloor and acclimating the planks, followed by either a floating or glue-down installation method. After installation, you may need to trim the planks, add transition pieces, and finish with baseboards for a complete, attractive flooring solution.
Preparing your floor for luxury vinyl plank (LVP) installation is essential. Start by ensuring the subfloor is clean, dry, and level. Remove any debris or imperfections, repair any damage, and, if necessary, install an underlayment as recommended by the manufacturer to create a smooth and stable surface for your LVP.
Luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring can be installed with or without an underlayment, depending on the product and your specific needs. Some LVP products have attached padding or underlayment, while others may require a separate underlayment for added cushioning and sound insulation. Always check the manufacturer’s recommendations for your specific LVP flooring to determine whether an underlayment is needed.