2016 Renovation Resolutions: New Flooring for a New Year

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A new year is about setting resolutions. This year, resolve to consider some beautiful new flooring styles designed to give you more options, no matter what your budget is, and update your home with a beautiful and healthy new floor.

Over the next few weeks we’ll introduce you to the stunning showcase of new flooring styles including floating flooring and wide plank hardwood flooring, starting with luxury vinyl plank flooring – with a look you won’t find anywhere else!

Vinyl flooring has been around since the early 1930s, but since that time there have been many advances in technology and manufacturing. Today, Carlisle offers the highest quality luxury vinyl plank flooring that recreates the look of wood flooring for a cost effective alternative.  This kind of product is perfect for large scale commercial and retail properties, especially those that may update their look every few years. But can also be the perfect choice for a rental property or to update your family kitchen.

Luxury vinyl plank flooring is available in a variety of looks, and the Versallia Oak Visions collection is carefully designed to replicate the stunning oak flooring grain with an authentic look, whether you want rustic and weathered or smooth and serene.

Chelsea, Chesapeake and Plymouth Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring from Carlisle Wide Plank Floors



Due to the manufacturing process involved with creating a vinyl plank floor you want to verify the environmental statements of the product to make sure they meet indoor air quality standards. You want to ensure you deliver a beautiful and healthy floor into your home or commercial space.

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If you are planning to install luxury vinyl plank floor in your project you want to make sure your subfloor is nearly perfectly flat as the product will be installed directly to the subfloor, and any debris on the subfloor will affect the adhesive being used. Unevenness in your subfloor can also show through in the vinyl planks. A professional installer can help you prepare your subfloor for the installation.
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