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ProSource® of Tempe offers vinyl flooring that is both cost-effective and durable, making it ideal for any home improvement project.
Vinyl flooring has a number of advantages, including the ability to withstand foot traffic, pets, and spills, as well as the ability to be less expensive than natural stone, wood, and ceramic flooring.
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 relates to all built-in plank vinyl flooring that has the appearance of wood but retains all of the benefits of luxury vinyl. Luxury vinyl plank flooring is a composite material made up of multiple layers that work together to create a durable and low-maintenance floor.
A "backer board" — a flexible PVC core that offers structural support — makes up the bottom layer. The central core layer is what differentiates LVP as "water-resistant" rather than "waterproof", unlike traditional vinyl flooring.
The "vinyl layer" is printed with a pattern and color on top of the core, resembling wood or stone in most cases.
In terms of production, luxury vinyl tile is identical to LVP. LVT differs from LVP in that it comes in squares that resemble tile stone, concrete, and other natural materials. For tile-like installations, luxury vinyl tile can even be laid with grout.
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'll get the same durability and versatility as vinyl flooring, as well as a number of other advantages.
Engineered vinyl is a new form of flooring that is utilized in both residential and commercial settings. EVP is designed to appear and feel like hard surface flooring such as hardwood and stone. It usually has five layers, which contribute to its strength and stability.
A scratch-resistant transparent protective layer that improves durability. Premium EVPs include lifelike 3-D graphics that may be implanted to replicate ceramic or stone. The core layer is made up of vinyl with waterproof capabilities. The stiff stone-based core, which is perhaps the most significant layer, keeps planks incredibly stable and helps to hide subfloor flaws.
The sound-absorbing structural backing layer gives the vinyl flooring a textured grip.
The most prevalent form of tile used in residential and commercial construction is vinyl composite tile, also known as VCT. Many hospitals, schools, warehouses, factories, and other commercial and industrial businesses have VCT floors and walls.
Vinyl composite tile is a natural product manufactured from recycled plastics that has a textured surface for a more realistic appearance than regular tiles. The affordability of VCT is one of the reasons it is becoming increasingly popular.
VCT comes in a wide range of colors, patterns, and styles.
Learn more about our vinyl flooring options and browse our online catalog below!