Vinyl Plank FlooringVisit Alpine Carpet One Floor & Home in South Lake Tahoe to check out our vinyl plank flooring selection.
Vinyl Plank Flooring at Alpine Carpet One Floor & Home
If you're looking for an alternative to hardwood flooring, be sure to visit Alpine Carpet One Floor & Home to check out our selection of vinyl plank flooring.
What Is Vinyl Plank Flooring?
Vinyl plank looks and even feels like real wood, but because of its layered construction, it will stand up to everyday life. The top layer, for example, is called the wear layer, and it will resist scratches and scuffs without any special treatments or finishes. Underneath the wear layer are support layers that provide exceptional dimensional stability to every plank. Some vinyl plank floors even have waterproof cores, so they will never expand or contract when exposed to moisture.
Although vinyl plank is super-durable, it has a decorative layer that includes a high-definition wood visual. With this layer, vinyl plank looks exactly like real hardwood flooring.
Our Luxury Vinyl Plank Selection
Republic: Made to look nearly identical to actual hardwood, Republic is waterproof, durable, and easy to install: in fact, these heavy-duty planks are, literally, a snap to install.
Shaw: A household name in resilient vinyl flooring, Shaw products are beautiful, durable, and available in an array of patterns and colors.
Stainmaster Plank by Dixie Home: Easy to install and resistant to life’s little spills and scratches, Stainmaster Plank is a wonderful option for households with pets.
Our two featured options are Mannington Adura Max and Armstrong Luxe.
Featured Vinyl Plank Options
Mannington Adura Max
Elegant and extremely high-performing, Adura Max is a beautiful addition for even the most challenging rooms in your home. Boasting the gorgeous appearance of hardwood- this scratch-resistant, waterproof luxury vinyl won’t buckle under pressure.
Armstrong Luxe Plank
Inspired by nature, but made for the modern world, Luxe Planks give the appearance of sophisticated stone or haute hardwood. It’s built for lasting beauty: standing up to dents, moisture, and heavy foot traffic.