Vinyl plank flooring or sheet vinyl?

Vinyl plank flooring or sheet vinyl?

Luxury vinyl floors offer some of the best materials for flooring your home, with durability, beauty, and a reasonable lifespan, even in your busiest spaces. But some home owner prefer sheet vinyl, which offers a few different benefits and relates to some better than others.

If you’re stuck trying to decide between the two, a bit of information could be your perfect tool for any upcoming project. Here are some differences between products that could influence your purchase.

Durability and characteristics

100% waterproof protection is a common benefit in the vinyl flooring line, and LVP flooring is no exception. These floors guard against dampness, humidity, spills, and accidents and never take on water damage.

Sheet vinyl is waterproof through and through, but it also has no seams, so liquids can never seep beneath the surface. While installation is much more tedious, some homeowners appreciate that liquids remain on the surface until cleaned or dried.

Beauty and décor matching

Sheet vinyl offers unique visuals with wood, stone, and tile looks. But you can add exciting installation layouts to vinyl plank flooring, including herringbone, chevron, and offset designs.

The plank format combines wide and narrow boards for a more rustic look. You'll want to see all the options when you're ready to shop to choose a perfect match.

Choose a well-stocked showroom

At Wholesale Flooring & Granite, we cater to clients with more than 18 years of experience and the most extensive stock inventory in the South. We work hard to meet your goals and vision, offering a one-stop flooring shop that meets all your needs.

When you visit our vinyl plank flooring showroom in Baton Rouge, LA, you’ll find an outstanding selection of materials to meet any need. If you live in Baton Rouge, Denham Springs, Ascension Parish, Baker, or surrounding areas, feel free to stop by whenever you're in the area.