Do you want your floor to be both water-resistant and attractive? But are you stumped about how you’ll hit both birds with a single stone? Westcoast flooring’s vinyl flooring is the answer.
Vinyl plank flooring comprises strips of vinyl ranging in width from 4.5″ to 7″ broad and lengths ranging from 48″ to 70″ long.
It’s available in several wood-like finishes, including fruit woods, hickory, and walnut. Vinyl planks that look like marble, slate, or Travertine are also available.
Many vinyl planks are backed with felt or cork for a flexible, comfortable surface to walk and stand on. Vinyl plank flooring is typically installed by attaching individual planks to the subfloor, although it is also available in peel-and-stick forms.
Some laminate flooring is water-resistant, which means it can withstand a certain moisture level without deterioration. It’s great for wet environments, such as an office or a guest bathroom in your house.
Other types of vinyl flooring are entirely waterproof and won’t let any moisture in. For business kitchens, dining rooms, laundry rooms, and other areas where water spills frequently, this is the ideal alternative. Westcoast provides both Luxury Vinyl flooring and waterproof vinyl plank flooring to give the best experience.
There are many various possibilities to pick from, just as there are many other materials utilized in commercial and residential applications. The solution you choose is determined by your budget, the aesthetic you want to achieve, and the location where it will be installed.
The following are a few samples of the various varieties of vinyl planks available:
- Luxe Plank Best
- Luxe Plank Good
- Luxe plank Value
- Luxe Plank with FasTak install
- Rigid Core Luxury Vinyl Flooring
- Luxe Plank better Luxury Vinyl Tile
- Rigid Core Element
Textured Vinyl flooring is a very sturdy and long-lasting product for most applications. In fact, if properly installed and maintained, it can endure up to 20 years.
The waterproof laminate flooring option is a good alternative if you’re looking for a flooring option that you won’t have to replace very soon.