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About Luxury Vinyl

If you’re in the market for new flooring, then we have you and your home covered at Floor to Ceiling Carpet One Floor & Home in Fargo. Since we are part of one of the world’s largest floor covering cooperatives, we have the ability to give our customers the best selection of flooring. That mean you can choose form some of the hottest flooring options, luxury vinyl flooring. Luxury vinyl (or LVT flooring) might not be a new product, but it is quickly gaining popularity among homeowners.

Luxury vinyl flooring offers many features and benefits that contribute to its popularity. Luxury vinyl is known as a versatile flooring option because of how well it performs under multiple conditions. Some luxury vinyl floors are made to be scratch and scuff resistant, which are perfect form homes with pets that have long claws. There are also some that are entirely waterproof, making them suitable for rooms like kitchens or bathrooms, mudrooms, and even in the basement.

Another benefit of luxury vinyl flooring is how well it replicates the look of hardwood and stone flooring. Thanks to advancements in technology in the flooring industry, luxury vinyl gets its “luxury” name from the way it looks. From not only mimicking the color but also the grain texture of hardwood, you can get the same beautiful flooring but with the added benefit of it being vinyl.

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Types of Luxury Vinyl

Luxury vinyl flooring comes in many different options, including planks and tiles that are made to look just like real tile and hardwood flooring. Explore more of our luxury vinyl types by following the link below. 

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Choosing the Best Luxury Vinyl

Finding the perfect floor can sometimes be a difficult and confusing process. Let us make it easier by giving you a few tips about how to choose the best luxury vinyl floors for your home. 

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