Durability is a major factor for many homeowners, and it directly affects the life span of your flooring. LVF, thanks to the protective wear layer, is incredibly durable. You will see far fewer scratches, scuffs, dings, fading and wear and tear, than you might see with other floor coverings. It even stands up to tough enemies, such as untrimmed pet nails and high-heeled shoes.
There is no lack of style and design when it comes to this floor covering. In fact, many people choose it simply because it mimics many natural resources so well. You can find LVF that looks just like natural stone, solid hardwood and even ceramic and porcelain tile, right down to the grout lines. However, unlike these natural materials, you won’t have to keep up with a repetitive maintenance schedule, or have them sealed to prevent damage and wear. In fact, with a broom and a mop, you’ll be able to keep these floors looking showroom new with very little effort.
Homeowners also enjoy the fact that the installation process is not lengthy or time consuming. It goes down so easily, in fact, that you’ll hardly even know the installers were there.