If you have decided you’d like luxury vinyl flooring for your home, you still have to decide between luxury vinyl plank (LVP), and luxury vinyl tile (LVT). However, you might be left wondering, what’s the difference between the two? That’s exactly the question we’re going to attempt to answer for you here today.


Action Carpet and Cleaning Company wants to make sure you get the flooring that you really want. Customer satisfaction is extremely important to us, because we know how important your floor coverings are to you. That’s why we strive to find out exactly what you want and need, and then meet that need with the perfect product. To get the process started, feel free to stop by our showroom, located in Easton, Maryland, at your convenience.


Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring


LVP is created to mimic solid hardwood flooring and is used in many areas of the home where wood floors are not a feasible choice. For instance, you can’t install wood floors in any below grade portion of your home, but LVP is an excellent choice for such a space. Since it doesn’t react in the same way to temperature changes, humidity changes, or moisture, it’s a much better floor covering in rooms such as the basement. For the same reasons, it can also be used in kitchens and bathrooms, or really any room in your entire home.


Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring


LVT greatly resembles natural stone floors such as granite and slate, and can also look like ceramic and porcelain tile, right down to the grout lines. This floor covering has all the same benefits as other luxury vinyl products, and usually comes in square tile sizes that are quickly and easily installed. If the natural stone look isn’t for you, however, you can still utilize this floor covering. It also comes in differently colored patterns as well, so that you can create your own unique flooring.


Which is Best for Your Home?


If you’re wondering which is best for your own home, it really comes down to your own preference. Both are easy to care for and maintain, so whichever best suits your décor and preferences, is the one that will make the better floor covering for you.