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ProSource® of Phoenix offers affordable, resilient, and waterproof vinyl flooring perfect for any home remodeling project. Vinyl flooring comes with many benefits — it stands up to traffic, pets, and spills, and can be less costly than many natural stone, wood, and ceramic flooring options. It is easy to clean, and there’s no grouting or refinishing needed. It’s easy to find the perfect combination of texture, pattern, and durability for any space.
The abbreviation LVP stands for Luxury Vinyl Plank. LVP encompasses all vinyl flooring that are built-in planks, giving the appearance of wood floors while retaining all the benefits of vinyl. Luxury vinyl plank flooring is a composite material made up of many layers that work in unison to create a robust, low-maintenance floor.
The bottom layer is a "backer board" — a flexible PVC core that provides structural support. The central core layer is what distinguishes most LVP as "water-resistant" rather than "waterproof," as the central core layer is frequently not waterproof, although it does give the flooring considerable strength.
The "vinyl layer" is applied on top of the core and is printed with the pattern and color – generally emulating wood or stone.
Luxury vinyl tile is the same as LVP in how it is manufactured. The key difference with LVT is it comes in traditional tile squares made to look like stone, concrete, and more. With luxury vinyl tile, you can even have grout installed for tile-like installations.
LVT comes in many sizes, typically 16 x 16 inches. They can go up to 18 x 36 inches, and a variety of sizes in between.
Whether you choose LVT or LVP flooring you will get the durability and versatility of vinyl flooring with many same added benefits.
Engineered vinyl is a relatively new type of flooring being used for both residential and commercial purposes. EVP is intended to replicate the look and feel of hard surface flooring materials such as hardwood and stone. It is typically composed of five layers which help with its durability and stability.
A clear protective layer that resists scratching while improving durability. Certain premium types of EVP are made with lifelike, 3-D images that can be installed to mimic ceramic or stone. Waterproof properties are inserted into the vinyl core layer. Probably the most important layer, the rigid stone-based core, keeps planks extremely stable and aids in concealing subfloor imperfections.
The structural backing layer absorbs sound and provides a nice textured grip to the vinyl flooring.
Vinyl composite tile, commonly referred to as VCT, is the most common type of tile used in residential and commercial building construction. If you examine the floors and walls of recently built or completely renovated hospitals, schools, warehouses, factories, and other commercial and industrial enterprises, you will see that many of them were constructed using VCT.
Vinyl composite tile is a natural product made from recycled plastics which has a textured surface that gives a more realistic look than traditional tiles. One of the reasons why VCT is becoming more of a household option is its affordability.
Additionally, VCT is available in a variety of colors, designs, and styles.
Learn more about our vinyl flooring options and browse our online catalog below!