LVP (Luxury Vinyl Plank) flooring can be very confusing.

There is so much information ( and misinformation – mostly from uninformed folks ) out there so we’ve tried to answer all the questions here. If we don’t have an answer to your question please reach out!

Frequently Asked Questions

We provide padded, waterproof LVP with a patented click-lock system. We currently offer – 4.5 mm with a stone polymer composite core and a 12 mil wear layer; 5mm with a stone polymer composite core and a 20 mil wear layer and 6.5mm with a stone polymer composite core and a 20 mil wear layer. Call now and ask about other deals we may have.
LVP stands for “luxury vinyl plank” and is a type of flooring that resembles hardwood but is much more affordable. Check out more about that here and see more about our product here.
Yes! It’s 100% waterproof – our LVP flooring will not be damaged by water sitting on it or in it.
We offer several LVP products with varying protective layers and thicknesses. We’re well under the market average for these same products, so call now to get a quote.
We sure do! While prices may vary based on how far the delivery is, we’re happy to bring our LVP right to your front door.
We are available Monday – Friday but would ask that you make an appointment as we may be already serving other people, or be on a delivery when you come by. Call or text us anytime to set up a meeting.
Yes, like all LVP ours is scratch resistant. Our vinyl plank flooring comes with a clear wear layer that protects the vinyl underneath from wearing away as it is walked upon so that your floors look great for years to come.
Most often we have what you need in stock. Sometimes orders may be delayed as we wait for a shipment to arrive but we are usually well stocked.
We take back returns on unopened, factory sealed boxes up to 10 and within 40 days of purchase.
There are multiple patented click lock systems. We will advise you on the system when you purchase your flooring.
Cleaning is easy! Just use a non-abrasive mop or cloth and a simple solution of 1 part vinegar to 16 parts water.
No it does not. Our LVP is considered a floating floor – it requires no adhesives or fasteners. Adding any adhesives or fasteners would weaken the patented locking system and void the warranty.
A “mil” is a unit of measurement used to describe the thickness of the wear layer on LVP – it’s about 1/40 of a millimeter.