At some point in your search for the perfect flooring, you may have wished for a material that "does it all", and luxury vinyl could be that very floor covering. In appearance, it offers an extensive variety of choices. With regard to durability, it can stand up under some of the most extreme circumstances with ease. It's easy to install, care for, and clean up. And you even have the option of a 100% waterproof vinyl that officially erases worry from your list of things to do today.
Davis Hardwood & Carpet offers a great selection of high-quality flooring materials, products, and services all from our Davis, and Woodland, CA showroom locations. Our highly skilled staff will get to know your needs and preferences and walk you through a variety of options that fit those requirements perfectly. Be sure to stop by for a visit
if you're in the areas of Davis, Woodland, Sacramento, Dixon, or Winters. We look forward to helping you meet your flooring needs and hope to see you soon.
A most appealing characteristic of luxury vinyl flooring
is the way it imitates so many natural materials. You can select flooring that mimics a variety of natural stone types, solid hardwood flooring, or even ceramic & porcelain tile. The image layer responsible for the realistic appearance is printed with high-quality 3D printing, which allows replications of textures, grain patterns, and more.
You won't have to worry about replacing these floors anytime soon, as they are extremely durable, even under some of the harshest conditions. Busy households are no match for the protective wear layer placed atop this flooring. It resists scratches, dents, scuffs, fading, and even a gouge or two, here and there. Even high heels and pet nails have little effect on the beauty of this flooring.
If you're looking for the ultimate in peace of mind, you'll definitely want to check out the waterproof luxury vinyl. With a solid vinyl core, you're protected against moisture, humidity, spills, and in some cases, even flooding. You won't have to worry about old pipes or appliances, leaky roofs due to storm damage, or windows left open during a hard rain. If any water gets in, it's easy to clean up and go right on as if nothing happened, no matter how long it's left to stand.