Did you know, it's possible to experience luxury floors right now, even with a tight budget? It's true, and one of the materials that will bring you ever closer to your dream flooring is luxury vinyl flooring (LVF). It offers a look that so closely resembles that of a variety of all natural materials that your guests will never know they're not walking on real solid hardwood, stone, or tile. At the same time, you'll have the luxury of knowing there's no rigorous maintenance schedule and you won't have to replace it prematurely, as its lifespan is excellent.
Sistare Carpets Inc. offers some of the best customer service to be found for areas such as Lancaster, Rock Hill, Fort Mill, SC, Weddington, Waxhaw, and Indian Land, NC. We have been serving these locations for more than fifty years, all from our showroom located in Lancaster, SC. We are solely dedicated to superb customer service, whether helping you find the perfect floor covering, or helping you create a design you can live with, and everything in between. Be sure to visit us today to find out what we can do for you.
Like some homeowners, you may have looked around recently and realized there was just something missing. For many, it turns out to be their floor covering. Wanting something new is one thing that luxury vinyl can provide you with, in more ways than one. To start with, you'll get the amazing look of all natural materials that add a huge level of elegance to your spaces. At the same time, they are durable and stand up well to the everyday wear and tear that often does more damage than you might think.
If you have pets, or small children, or if you find yourself with excessive amounts of everyday traffic, you'll need a floor covering that can stand up to it. Luxury vinyl features a construction that starts with a backing layer, then adds a core and a design layer. The design layer is responsible for the amazing look of your flooring. Finally, the whole thing is topped off with a very protective wear layer. This layer is actually available in varying thicknesses, so be sure to ask your flooring specialist which one is going to be best for your own specific needs.