Many choices made at the beginning of a decade are not around by the end of it, and it gets harder and harder to keep personal tastes satisfied. When people decide on their flooring options, how many choose something that will be around after a decade that does not lose its style and appeal?
Luxury vinyl flooring is viewed as the solution to see them through the decades without losing any appeal or style. The benefits compared to other flooring options are plentiful and offer a longer-lasting life span, with the option in ease of switching flooring should your tastes change over the years ahead.
Laying a luxury vinyl floor such as the Quick-Step luxury vinyl is not an overly complicated task.
With either the glue-down or click-together options you probably will be surprised to learn that the process of installation is equally simple and does not require the price tag associated with a professional to do the work. If you are a dab hand at a spot of DIY in the home, you can find yourself dedicating one afternoon to laying this new flooring yourself.
With the ease of assembly also comes ease of uninstalling the flooring when needing to replace sections or the entire floor if you choose to go with a different style – saving you pounds, time and stress in the process.
Being manufactured in factories to a very high standard, all vinyl flooring brands have a scratch-proof, stain-free, moisture-resistant design under your feet that is built to last.
Wear and tear, discolouration and staining can ruin all other types of flooring or be extremely expensive to fix, but vinyl brings added levels of safeguards ensuring that your subfloor is shielded and you won’t be moving furniture around to hide an embarrassing scratch or scuff on the design layer.
The durable quality and cushioned layers ensure that vinyl will outlast any other carpet, wood or laminate flooring that suffers from a daily dose of abuse.
One of the most endearing qualities that the multiple vinyl brands offer is the volume of creative avenues it opens up within the home.
If you have adjoining rooms with different feels, you can install dark wood to stone – or even ceramic styles to give a personalised touch. You can even use vinyl in the bathroom due to its anti-moisture safeguards, protection from water and any tendency to rise with temperature changes.
Children’s bedrooms are an area with a lot of heavy activity so you could give them a look and feel of their own that will last much longer than a carpet.