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Vinyl flooring from ProSource® of Tucson is inexpensive, durable, and waterproof, making it ideal for any home improvement project.
Vinyl flooring has a number of advantages, including the ability to withstand traffic, pets, and spills, as well as being more affordable than many real stone, wood, and ceramic flooring options.
It's easy to clean, and there's no need for grouting or refinishing. It’s easy to find the perfect combination of texture, pattern, and durability for any space.
Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) is an abbreviation for Luxury Vinyl Plank. LVP refers to all built-in plank vinyl flooring that has the appearance of wood floors while preserving all of the benefits of luxury vinyl. Luxury vinyl plank flooring is a composite material comprised of multiple layers that work together to create a durable, low-maintenance floor.
The "backer board" – a flexible PVC core that offers structural support — is the bottom layer. The inner center layer is what differentiates LVP from other vinyl as "water-resistant" rather than "waterproof".
The "vinyl layer" is printed with the pattern and color on top, resembling wood or stone in most cases.
In terms of manufacturing, luxury vinyl tile is close to the same as LVP. LVT differs from LVP in that it is available in squares that resemble tile stone, concrete, and other materials. You can also have grout added for tile-like installations.
LVT is available in a variety of sizes, with the most common being 16 × 16 inches. They can be as large as 18 by 36 inches, with a wide range 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 newer form of flooring used in both home and commercial settings. EVP is designed to resemble hard surface flooring materials like hardwood and stone in appearance and feel. It usually has five layers, which contribute to its longevity and stability.
A scratch-resistant transparent protective layer makes it very durable. Certain high-end EVPs feature lifelike 3-D graphics that may be implanted to replicate materials like 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 foundation layer absorbs sound and gives the vinyl flooring a wonderful textured grip.
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 that 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!