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4 REASONS TO CHOOSE LUXURY VINYL FLOORING

The term “Luxury Vinyl” describes a vinyl tile or plank floor that is engineered to look like wood or stone. Advances in technology have developed these products to the point where it is difficult to tell if you are looking at a luxury vinyl plank floor or the real thing. 

Luxury vinyl flooring is the fastest growing flooring product in the world. We’re revealing the secrets behind the surging popularity of LVT, and sharing four factors that make it a top flooring choice for your next project.

Affordability 

While real wood and stone flooring look aesthetically pleasing they also come with a hefty price tag for the purchase of the products and the cost of specialist fitting. Our luxury vinyl flooring ‘ KlicKer Floor’ is available in a number of wood plank and stone tile finishes which are engineered to look like the real thing for a fraction of the cost, with no specialist fitting required, and you can fit it yourself. 

Durability

Luxury vinyl plank flooring is a durable floor for pets, children and high traffic areas. The flooring is 100% waterproof, which means it wipes clean so easily and is suitable for all areas of the home, including bathrooms and kitchens. Our KlicKer Floor is coated with millions of biospheres which form a scratch-resistant surface to protect your flooring from scrapes and scuffs. 

Easy fitting

Kicker Floor can be easily and quickly installed with no specialist fitting or expensive underlay required. The wood planks or stone tiles simply click together to form a floating floor without the need for messy glue or settling periods. 

Low Maintenance 

Vinyl flooring is very easy to maintain, all that is required is sweeping or hoovering to remove debris and dust and a once over with a damp mop and vinyl flooring cleaner. Unlike real wood and stone, there is no need to worry about waxing or polishing.

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