Vinyl Flooring

For a floor that will look great and last a lifetime, look no further than vinyl. These floors aren’t just durable—they’re gorgeous enough to go in any room of the house.

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Top Vinyl Brands

Vinyl Flooring For Every Room

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Bathroom Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is easy to clean, making it a great choice in bathrooms.

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Kitchen Vinyl Flooring

Waterproof and durable, vinyl flooring works well in kitchens.

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Bedroom Vinyl Flooring

With a wide range of different looks and styles, vinyl flooring looks great in any bedroom.

Top Rated Vinyl Flooring Specialists Near You

Indoor City - 481 Harrisburg Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603FeaturedIndoor City481 Harrisburg Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603
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Indoor City has been a family-owned and installer-based company in Lancaster for over 40 years. Proudly serving the Lancaster County, our Indoor City team of experts provides high-quality flooring solutions at affordable prices. Come visit us at our showroom at 481 Harrisburg Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603, USA and see every possible flooring option that we can provide for you. Schedule your free in-home design consultation, measuring and estimates. We are here to give you the affordable and quality floors you deserve.
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Carpet Villlage, Hardwood - Ceramic - 2710 Mountain Rd, Pasadena, MD 21122FeaturedCarpet Villlage, Hardwood - Ceramic2710 Mountain Rd, Pasadena, MD 21122
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Carpet Village, Hardwood-Ceramic is a high-quality floor covering dealer established in 1978 and serving a 60 mile radius of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Over the past 32 years, Carpet Village, Hardwood-Ceramic has worked hard to gain an outstanding reputation of the highest integrity and professional floor covering sales and installation.
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Indoor City Granite & Marble  - 1284 Loop Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601FeaturedIndoor City Granite & Marble 1284 Loop Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601
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This the granite and marble yard for Indoor City.
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Why Vinyl Flooring?

When it comes to looks, today’s vinyl flooring can go toe-to-toe with the very best hardwood and tile on the market. And thanks to its synthetic construction, it’s durable enough to stand up to anything life can throw at it.

Whether you opt for vinyl sheet, vinyl plank, or vinyl tile, you can be sure that you’re getting a floor that will last a lifetime. The vinyl plank flooring reviews are in—and they’re absolutely glowing.

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) vs. Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP)

What’s the difference between Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) and Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP)? LVT is made to look and feel just like stone or ceramic tile, while LVP is made to look and feel just like real hardwood. These days, many people use these terms interchangeably. And both products are constructed from high-quality PVC.

Advantages of Vinyl Flooring

Thanks to its synthetic construction, vinyl sheet flooring is an entirely waterproof flooring material. Many types of LVT and LVP are entirely waterproof as well. And because of advances in 3D printing and embossing technology, LVT and vinyl plank flooring can be almost indistinguishable from real tile and hardwood.

Translation: vinyl flooring isn’t just one of the most durable flooring options available. It’s also endlessly versatile, and can go in any room of the house. Bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, you name it. There tons of amazing vinyl flooring products to choose from.

Installing Vinyl Plank Flooring or LVT

It’s easy to install vinyl plank flooring or LVT. Most products can be glued down or installed as click-together floating floors. What is a floating floor? It’s a surface that snaps together and rests on top of a subfloor instead of being attached to it. Vinyl sheet flooring, on the other hand, comes in a roll and must be glued to a subfloor or underlayment.

Whenever you feel ready to install vinyl floors in your home, make sure you speak to your local flooring experts. Experienced flooring dealers can help ensure your purchase is the right one for your space and installed correctly, allowing your new vinyl floors to last for many years.