LVT is both a "luxury vinyl flooring" and a new type of material. It has the following advantages:
Quick and easy installation: Available on brick and wood boards, as well as sheets, it is easy to install. Floor tiles are usually in 12-inch squares, so they are easy to handle and both sides of the tiles and planks are often made of "peel-and-stick" backings, which means they are easy for the owners to lay down themselves (saving money for professional installation). Moisture resistance: LVT flooring is completely waterproof, so it can be used in homes, including the main floor, upper floors and below almost anywhere. It works especially in bathrooms and kitchens where water tends to end up on the floor. Easy to clean: Water only needs to be on the surface of the beads, so it is easy to sweep. In addition, regular cleaning and occasional wet mopping is all it takes to keep a glued floor clean and bright at all. Durability: Most vinyl floors have a "wear layer" (sometimes up to three) on top of the vinyl itself, so it can withstand normal traffic wear. Comfort: Vinyl is a kind of "elastic" floor, which means that its soft texture is a little "give", and when you walk on it, making it a good working platform you can stand for hours.