5 Reasons to Rethink Vinyl

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Vinyl plank flooring is growing in popularity for a number of reasons! At Lumber Liquidators, you’ll find vinyl wood plank flooring that is produced from recycled materials, water-resistant for those tricky areas of the home, and EASY to install, whether click-together or peel-and-stick. So why haven’t you tried it yet? Here are 5 reasons to rethink using Vinyl Wood Plank from Lumber Liquidators!

1. A range of patterns and colors – with a real wood look!

Vinyl isn’t what it used to be. Now, vinyl comes in "a nearly limitless range of patterns and colors Houzz.

HGTV even named luxury vinyl a flooring trend to try! “Luxury vinyl is a new category of flooring that combines the high-end look of hardwood with the durability of vinyl” (HGTV).

Some customers say you can’t even tell it’s not hardwood!
Better Homes and Gardens says vinyl can be available in a wide range of colors, patterns and styles, providing endless options for designing your home!

Tranquility Magnolia Springs Hickory Click Resilient Vinyl

Magnolia Springs Hickory

2. Easy to install – click together or peel-and-stick!

“Installing a floating vinyl wood plank floor is as close to ‘instant’ as flooring gets. Luxury vinyl plank flooring (LVP) works extremely well in moisture-prone areas like bathrooms. Lumber Liquidators’ Tranquility Easy Click vinyl wood plank flooring is a floating floor that goes down easily and looks amazingly authentic. It can be installed with or without underlayment. It’s affordable, easy to clean, moisture resistant and durable. And it looks gorgeous.” (Family Handyman)

Vinyl is perfect for the DIYer who wants a quick and easy upgrade.

Tranquility Venetian Cream Click Resilient Vinyl

Venetian Cream

3. Affordable

If you want the look of hardwood, but don’t want to pay for it, vinyl is a great alternative with a smaller price. Plus, “Peel-and-stick vinyl tile can be installed over other materials quickly, requiring less demolition. It’s also easier to replace.” (HGTV).

Tranquility Golden Teak Click Resilient Vinyl

Golden Teak

4. Soft and Comfortable

Resilient Vinyl is flexible and softer to walk on.
“Although vinyl can give a look similar to tile or hardwood, it is much softer underfoot, thanks to its felt or foam backing. That ‘give’ provides a comfortable surface, which is particularly helpful in bathrooms where slip-and-fall accidents are common on wet floors. The softer surface also provides sound insulation and allows vinyl to stand up well to foot traffic.” (BHG).

Tranquility Lake Fork Creek Cedar Click Resilient Vinyl

Lake Fork Creek Cedar

5. Durable

If your Tranquility Resilient Vinyl floor is installed correctly and proper care is taken, it can outlast the 50 year warranty! Simply follow the instructions in your warranty for care and cleaning, which can be as simple as sweeping!

Visit your local Lumber Liquidators or shop online for NEW looks!

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  1. Hi Janet, yes you can! A ceramic subfloor should be treated in the same manner as a concrete subfloor, with a few additional considerations. Please search "vinyl installation" on our Flooring 101 page for detailed directions. Thanks for your inquiry! -Lumber Liquidators

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