Resilient vinyl flooring benefits

More and more high-end clients are choosing luxury vinyl plank flooring over wood and tile. Not only does resilient vinyl flooring look similar to the natural surfaces they mimic, but they also perform extremely well and cost less. The helpful sales team at our vinyl flooring store are dedicated to helping customers find the right resilient vinyl floors for their homes.

Mimics expensive flooring options

If the flooring planks look too perfect and uniform, it’ll be hard convincing people that it’s natural hardwood. However, high-end vinyl flooring has quickly overcome this obstacle and is able to mimic distressed and antique wood floors. Our luxury vinyl floor company offers a wide variety of designs, colors, and textures to fit your home’s decor. Even luxury vinyl floors cost less than hardwood or tile.

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Easy maintenance

Unlike hardwood floors, vinyl is resistant to moisture and stains. This makes it incredibly easy to clean. Simply sweep or use a damp (not wet) mop to keep your luxury vinyl floors looking beautiful. What’s more, your resilient vinyl flooring won’t need to be waxed. The top layer is made to stay shiny. For example, COREtec flooring is a luxury vinyl plank brand with a special wear layer that protects even against commercial traffic.


If you're looking for a kid-friendly floor, look no further. Like the name suggests, resilient vinyl is resilient against heavy foot traffic and scratches. This durable flooring won't break as much as other materials if items are dropped, making it perfect for kitchens. Vinyl is also much softer than hardwood or tiles.

Carpet Bonanza is a vinyl flooring store dedicated to helping customers find the right flooring for their homes and commercial businesses. If you are interested in browsing our generous selection of resilient vinyl samples, including COREtec luxury vinyl planks, give our flooring store a call at (616) 396-2765.
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