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Luxury Vinyl Plank

Why Choose Luxury Vinyl Plank?

Luxury vinyl plank flooring is a durable, affordable, and attractive alternative to natural flooring solutions such  hardwood. LVP looks like wood planks in every detail, from the color to species. This high-tech flooring option  is as realistic as possible with crystal clear visuals and detailed surface texture for an extremely genuine look and feel. 

Luxury vinyl plank is much easier to maintain than real hardwood, and it's every bit as versatile, along with a much simpler installation process. Visit your local South Florida Dolphin showroom and see if LVP is the right choice for your home!

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How Luxury Vinyl Plank is Produced

Luxury vinyl flooring is a layered product. LVP mimics real wood with a surface layer that has very realistic photo-created images, combined with textures that resemble that of the real materials.

Luxury vinyl planks are made up of four layers. Starting with the backing layer, or the bottom layer, this is the layer that gives the product structure and stability. The backing layer comprises 90% of the product’s thickness. Next, the design layer provides the photo-realistic print of the stone or the wood. Then a clear film is added. This layer protects against harder damage, such as rips and tears. The topmost aluminum oxide-based layer prevents light scratching and shoe scuffs.

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Luxury Vinyl Care

By following these care guidelines, your new luxury vinyl can stay attractive for many years.
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Luxury Vinyl Installation

Being ready for your vinyl installation will make the entire process go more efficiently.
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Luxury Vinyl Trends

Each vinyl style and trend has its own characteristics and performance capabilities, which you'll ned to consider.

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