Vinyl Plank Flooring

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About Vinyl Plank Flooring

Hardwood flooring and even laminate can add natural style to any home setting, but both flooring options aren't suitable for every setting. Both hardwood and laminate, for example, cannot be installed in areas with significant moisture. If you're in need of a durable alternative to hardwood and laminate, be sure to visit Ruggs Benedict Carpet One Floor & Home to learn about vinyl plank flooring.

Vinyl plank flooring combines natural style with premium performance because of its layered construction. The top layer, or the wear layer, typically features scratch resistant technology, and it also will resist most spills and stains. Underneath the wear layer is usually the design layer, which includes a high-definition wood visual. With this design layer, vinyl planks look exactly like real wood planks. In addition, vinyl planks have extra support layers for strength and dimensional stability.

Certain vinyl plank flooring options even have strong waterproof cores. These options are considered waterproof, so they are perfect for kitchens and bathrooms. We are happy to offer Invincible H2O, a Carpet One exclusive waterproof vinyl plank flooring option, as part of our selection.

vinyl plank flooring

Our Vinyl Plank Selection

We have a number of vinyl plank flooring options on display in our Avon showroom. Right now, we are featuring Invincible H2O, Mannington Adura Max, and Baroque Rocaille. All three of these options feature wear resistant and waterproof technologies.

Be sure to contact us today to learn more about vinyl plank and about luxury vinyl flooring.

Invincible H2O is a Carpet One exclusive vinyl plank flooring option.

 Invincible H2O waterproof flooring

Mannington Adura Max has a soft underlayment for comfort.

Mannington Adura Max luxury vinyl flooring

Baroque Rocaille features a tough wear layer and a solid core.

Baroque waterproof flooring