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LVT Flooring Options

Refresh the look of high-traffic rooms with luxury vinyl tile (LVT). This vinyl flooring is available in all kinds of colors and patterns, making it easy to bring your design vision to life no matter what you have in mind.

Here at 50 Floor, we’ll help you choose the right style and then provide you with professional LVT flooring installation services. Experience the benefits of this attractive and cost-effective flooring solution.

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Key Features of Luxury Vinyl Tile

Luxury vinyl tile flooring offers valuable characteristics that could make it the perfect solution for your home:

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Countless styles

LVT can replicate the look of traditional hardwoods, classic stones, and various texture and finish effects like white-washing.

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Because of the way it’s designed, LVT works well in high-traffic rooms because it can easily withstand daily wear and tear and resist chipping or scratching.

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LVT works well in all kinds of rooms with consistent temperatures regulated by air conditioning systems. This flooring is ideal in spaces without large windows or in spaces containing windows with coverings and heat control films to keep the area from getting too hot or cold. It can even be installed in climate-controlled basements or high-humidity zones like bathrooms and laundry rooms, making it a versatile flooring solution.

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Because LVT can recreate the look of anything from hardwood to slate, you’ll be able to enjoy the same luxurious look for less.

Benefits of Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring

To achieve its signature style and strength, LVT is made using several distinct layers:

  • Wear layer
    This rugged, clear cover protects the image layer.
  • Image layer
    The image layer is the printed part of the tile that recreates the look of hardwood or other flooring types.
  • Core
    A hardy core adds some rigidity, making the tile sturdy and durable.
  • Backing
    The bottom layer, a specialized backing, yields softer footing so the floor is more comfortable to walk on.

At 50 Floor, our expert LVT installation process ensures you experience all these benefits and more. When you reach out to our team, we set up a free consultation so you can see how different LVT flooring samples would look in your home. Then, once you’ve made your selection, we’ll install your flooring to your specifications.

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Take our short quiz to find out which flooring style fits your style preference.

Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring FAQs

Want to learn more about LVT? Here are a few of our most frequently asked questions:


Compared to other types of flooring, you’ll find that LVT is much easier and quicker to maintain. It doesn’t require any professional cleaning or products to keep it looking good as new — just use a broom to remove surface dust and dirt and periodically apply a damp mop to give your floors a deeper clean.

Many LVT selections are made using environmentally friendly products. Because of how this flooring is made and the materials it features, it can also provide slip resistance and meet flammability standards to help make your property safer.

With the right care, you can expect professionally installed LVT to last up to 20 years. Maintaining a consistent temperature in your home can also help keep the flooring in good condition over time.

Whether LVT or LVP is better depends on what your needs are and what you’re trying to achieve. One of the most notable differences between the two is their shape. LVT comes in a tile shape, while LVP flooring comes in planks.

Luxury vinyl tile is available in a wide variety of styles, designs and colors. It’s comfortable to walk on and water-resistant, which makes it ideal for rooms like bathrooms. Because it’s nonbiodegradable, though, you can’t recycle your flooring if you ever remove it.

LVP is designed to emulate natural wood floors, while luxury vinyl tile is designed to simulate ceramic or stone.

LVT is subject to ambient air temperature, so you should only install this flooring in areas with climate control to regulate hot and cold conditions. Annually checking your HVAC system can ensure your air conditioning and heating works smoothly to protect your floor all year round. When deciding where to install LVT, you should also avoid placing this material in spaces with large windows without coverings or a film to control heat.

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Our financing options can help you buy the flooring you need today, and pay over time.

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With multiple locations across the United States, 50 Floor can help with all your LVT flooring and installation needs. Fill out our contact form today to schedule a free consultation.

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