Design Options Vinyl tiles and planks cover the range of fashion in flooring, fitting formal and contemporary spaces. Today’s evolved vinyl flooring technology makes textures possible, too, competing with trends you’ll recognize with other flooring materials. You want a distressed hardwood plank look and feel? You prefer a textured stone tile appearance? Both are available.
Ease of Installation HAV can be installed on all levels of a building, including basements. They are thinner flooring options than hardwood planks, stone or ceramic tiles. That makes vinyl a light-weight material to work with, and often enables installation over existing flooring. It is especially important that whatever serves as the subfloor for vinyl be as flat and clean as possible.
Comfort HAV is going to feel more sturdy and cushioned under foot than traditional vinyl due to the dense core and thickness of the plank. With the dense core, this plank tends to have a quieter sound. You will not hear a hollow sound when you walk on it. A thicker plank will give you more comfort. Also, our hybrid acoustic vinyl will have attached underlayment that adds to the softness under foot.
Hence, it can mould to debris or uneven subfloor edges. Those potential hiccups can be prevented, though, with some attention to details.
Resilient Floor Care HAV will have the same cleaning and maintenance needs as a regular vinyl. These planks are designed to be easily cleaned with regular sweeping and mopping.
Affordability HAV plank flooring is very budget friendly. Depending on the brand and features, you can find HAV in a variety of price ranges. Features like attached underlayment, texture and edges can increase a floors price.
Environment Safety FloorScore Certification HAV typically is a low-VOC option. And, like many quality engineered wood flooring products, HAV is CARB II-compliant. You can verify flooring product is suitable for your home by its FloorScore certification. FloorScore was developed by the Resilient Floor Covering institute and Scientific Certification Systems to test and certify flooring products and the indoor air quality where they are installed. Nineteen leading environmental programs recognize FloorScore certification, including the U.S Green Building Council LEED Rating System.