Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Looking to get durable, expensive-looking, and visually pleasing flooring for an affordable price? It may seem impossible, but at SandFree RI, we can make it happen. We offer Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT), a reasonably-priced alternative to hardwood. For more than 20 years, SandFree RI has "wowed" local homeowners with our vinyl flooring options and expert craftsmanship.
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What is Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)?
Simply put, LVT are tiles that look like wood. They are a cheaper alternative to hardwood that still offers the same durability and aesthetic perks. LVTs can range in price depending on your needs while still staying within budget. They can last between 20 - 30 years and are completely water and flame resistant. If you are looking for low maintenance and easy installation flooring, heavily consider SandFree RI's Luxury Vinyl Tile for your home or business.
Benefits of SandFree RI's Luxury Vinyl Flooring
- Versatility - Since LVT is fire and water-resistant as well as easy to clean, they are perfect for any room in the house.
- Easy Installation - With both click-in and stick-down options, LVT requires very little time and effort to install. That also means an easy replacement for any broken or damaged tiles.
- Low Maintenance - LVT has a thick protective layer over it, making it easy to clean and hard to damage.
- Price - We have already said it, but it is worth mentioning again - LVT comes at an affordable price while offering a high-quality product.
Why SandFree RI for Luxury Vinyl Installation?
We have been helping community members with all of their flooring needs since opening our doors in 2000. We are committed to helping our customers in any way we can, and we guarantee that you will be more than satisfied with our vinyl flooring. With our 20 years of experience, we know how to handle any flooring job you have for us, and will complete it with attention to detail. Give us a call at (401) 216-7999 to get started on your LVT Flooring project!
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