There are a few rooms in the house where solid or engineered hardwood just isn’t the most practical. Rooms that have a high moisture content or are prone to getting wet – like the bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room – still deserve the same glamorous look as other rooms with hardwood floors. However, you may want to consider getting luxury vinyl flooring instead.

Luxury vinyl floors for the kitchen

Vinyl floors are moisture resistant and perfect for the kitchen.

Vinyl flooring

Because vinyl flooring is synthetic, it is much tougher and more resistant to moisture than real hardwood. If you’re looking for the perfect flooring for a bathroom or laundry room, look at our selection of luxury vinyl floors.

Easy to maintain

Just like solid and engineered wood floors, vinyl is just as easy to maintain and clean. In fact, you can clean it just like the rest of your hardwood floors. You don’t need to buy extra cleaning products or equipment to keep your vinyl floors immaculate.

Moisture resistant

For rooms where you tend to deal with a lot of water, or where there is typically moisture in the air from cooking or showering, vinyl floors are your best option. They are extremely moisture-resistant. They are also resistant to mold and mildew, which is a common concern for homeowners. In fact, vinyl floors are practically waterproof. So, should there be an accident and water spills everywhere from the washer or dishwasher, you won’t have to worry about ruining your floors before you get a chance to wipe up the spill.

Vinyl floors for the laundry room

Vinyl floors are low-maintenance and moisture-resistant.

Many styles and colors

Vinyl flooring comes in so many different styles, colors, and patterns that you can easily try to match your vinyl floors to the hardwood floors in the rest of your home. In fact, vinyl flooring can be almost indistinguishable at first glance, making your home cohesive and beautiful.

Choose your style of vinyl flooring

If you’re looking for a low-maintenance, high-quality waterproof flooring to match the beauty of hardwood floors, you may consider luxury vinyl flooring. Schedule a free consultation to see if vinyl is right for your flooring project.