Vinyl Flooring

Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring Makeover
Heidi Rew, a writer and home design lover, never expected that a plumbing disaster would lead to one of her best decisions. Three years ago, she arrived home to a partially flooded basement. What’s the cause? A damaged pipe (original to the 1960s-built house) connecting her kitchen to the basement.That cracked pipe completely wrecked her basement carpet, prompting Heidi and her husband to reconsider carpeting altogether.

Another pipe problem could necessitate taking up the carpet again, and hardwoods were out of the budget. Furthermore, if another plumbing issue happened, the hardwoods may be damaged. Heidi was convinced after learning more about Mohawk Flooring’s luxury vinyl tile. It’s watertight (which alleviates future plumbing concerns), the vinyl planks are simple to place over concrete, and it resists scuffs and scratches.
Installing LVT
Heidi took the following actions to prepare for LVT three years ago:
Step 1: Take out all of the furniture and appliances from the room, as well as the wall and doorway trim, and cut any door casings.
Step 2: Before installing new flooring, do any necessary subfloor repairs and ensure that the flooring surface is clean, flat, dry, and debris-free.
Step 3: If you’re upgrading the room, ensure your cabinets are installed before applying luxury vinyl.Do not place cabinets on top of the flooring.
Step 4: Your luxury vinyl floors must acclimate to their new surroundings for 48 hours, so have new flooring delivered to your home at least two days before installation.
Step 5: Always inspect your new flooring for damage or faults before installation, and read the official installation instructions and warranty information.
Step 6: Let professional installers handle the rest!
Luxury vinyl is built to last.
Heidi’s luxurious vinyl flooring has been subjected to several parties, drum solos, endless miles on the exercise bike, weight lifting, and spilled drinks over the course of three years. Mohawk quality vinyl tile has withstood all challenges. It has fully resisted scratches, scuffs, and water damage.

Not to mention how it never fails when friends come over?They often comment on the flooring. Heidi’s friends enjoy how LVT looks and feels like real wood flooring. In fact, some had to be convinced that it was not genuine hardwood.
No one wants a plumbing problem, but Heidi’s lead to the perfect flooring solution for her requirements. She’s looking forward to many more football watch parties and gaming evenings without having to worry about someone spilling a drink. Mohawk LVT flooring can handle it without issue.

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