Lvp flooring atlanta

are better than vinyl sheets to mimic the look of wood. Luxury vinyl also mimics the look of stone and ceramic better than standard vinyl.
Looking For Vinyl Flooring in Atlanta?
Why Vinyl Flooring?
Vinyl is a decorator’s dream since it comes in so many colors, textures and patterns.
Vinyl is durable, water-resistant, and doesn’t fade or dent. Best of all, it is affordable.
Vinyl is a great imposter. It can look like wood, tile, even marble.
Vinyl is constructed in layers: the wear layer, the printed or decorative layer, an inner core consisting of a foam and vinyl layer, and a backing.
But before you pick up the phone or click that mouse, there are a few more things you should think about.
Thick flooring is not necessarily desirable. You want a thick wear layer. That’s the top layer and the one that really counts. It is the layer that determines how well your flooring will stand up to traffic, as well as rips, tears, and gouges. Ask us what’s right for you and your lifestyle.
Pick the right vinyl flooring for the space. Ask us to review with you the manufacturer’s warranty and performance characteristics of the flooring you are interested in. It is important to remember that premium products tend to have premium warranties. A good warranty can be a great stress reliever.
Vinyl sheets are manufactured in 6' and 12' widths. Depending on the configuration of your room, seaming may be necessary. We can show you where the seams are likely to be located when your new floor is installed. Certain floor patterns hide seams better. For example, tile patterns with grout lines mask seams beautifully.
In rooms with heavy water use, such as bathrooms and laundry rooms, you may need to occasionally replace the heavy caulking where the flooring meets the walls or toilet. This will prevent water seepage under your flooring.
“Cost per square foot” is just one component of the overall price tag for new vinyl flooring. Ask us to calculate the total cost of your floor-covering project. Here’s what may be included beyond the cost of the vinyl, itself:
Furniture removal/replacement
Retailers or installers may charge to remove (and then replace) furniture in the room.
Demolition/disposal of the old floor covering
Unless your home is brand new, there’s probably an old floor covering that is going to need to be removed and properly disposed of. Or, you may be able to “float” your floor over an existing one.
Subfloor preparation
Depending on its condition (after removal of the old floor covering), your subfloor may need to be prepped for vinyl flooring installation.
Product delivery
Delivering your flooring may not be included in the “cost per square foot” price.
There will most likely be a “cost per square foot” to install your new vinyl flooring.
Materials required to complete the installation
Additional materials, like adhesives, moisture barriers, stair nosings, and baseboards may be required to properly install your vinyl flooring.
We offer financing as an option of payment. Be sure to ask us about our special promotions.
In addition to your total project cost, annual cleanings are also recommended to maintain the beauty and life of your new vinyl flooring. Consult the manufacturer’s warranty and care guide for directions on cleaning and maintenance.
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