Luxury Vinyl Flooring

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About Luxury Vinyl Flooring

At Tuttle's Carpet One Floor & Home in Laguna Niguel we are proud to be a part of a pioneering industry and carry a large selection of luxury vinyl flooring brands and products. The technology used to make luxury vinyl is more advanced than ever, giving you the best realistic visuals as possible. It is now more durable, better looking, and makes your home more functional.

Luxury vinyl is built of multiple layers that all play a role in how it functions. The wear layer is where luxury vinyl gets its durability and resistance to scratching and water. The core of luxury vinyl is where it gets its stability and in some cases waterproof qualities. The bottom layers are capable of sound absorption and where luxury vinyl gets it “cushioned” feel when you walk on it.

Luxury vinyl is a hot item right now because it is on top of the wood look trend. You’ll get the same detailed natural look and feel of hardwood floor, but with the benefit of it being luxury vinyl. It can even mimic stone and tile flooring. So not only are you saving money, but you now have a new floor that is easy to install and take care of.

You can install luxury vinyl floors throughout your home like in basements, bedrooms, bathrooms, entryways, and more.

Our Luxury Vinyl Flooring Selection

Be sure to visit our showroom and speak with a flooring expert today about installing luxury vinyl in your home. We carry brands like COREtec and Republic in our showroom, as well as the Carpet One exclusive Invincible H2O.

Invincible H2O vinyl flooring

Types of Luxury Vinyl

Luxury vinyl comes in different options like tile, plank, and sheet. That means you have almost unlimited choices when it comes to picking out a new luxury vinyl floor.

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Earthscapes vinyl flooring

Wood Look Luxury Vinyl

The wood look trend has extended into luxury vinyl flooring. You can get the same beautiful natural look as hardwood but with the benefits of LVT.

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