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Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) in Commercial Spaces

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Commercial flooring takes a beating…at least the business owners hope they do. That means lots and lots of foot traffic moving through their storefronts, showrooms and office spaces daily. If you consider the old saying, “you only get one chance to make a first impression”, it’s imperative that your floors always look great.

There are many choices available when it comes to selecting a commercial floor covering. Regardless of your choice, the new floor must be attractive, durable and affordable. Luxury Vinyl Tile, or LVT, is becoming more popular with commercial applications for exactly these three reasons.

LVT is Attractive

LVT can be made to look like ceramic, stone or even wood floors, depending on what you’re looking for. The product looks incredibly natural featuring surface textures that even feel like the natural surface you might expect on the original product material. LVT provides a “warmth” previously unseen in commercial spaces.

Luxury Vinyl Tile is Durable

Using luxury vinyl products cuts down on your maintenance costs. These floors don’t scratch or experience water damage like real wood, while still giving the perception of authenticity associated with hardwood. It’s not uncommon to see vinyl floors now in major shopping centers, hospitals and office buildings.

And Don’t Forget About Affordable!

Nothing will ever look and feel like real hardwood. However, when considering the use in a commercial space, spending 2 to 3 times more for hardwood versus LVT is hard to ignore. The savings you realize by using a vinyl product can go toward other aspects of your business, or you can take that much needed vacation! Regardless how you use the savings, it’s undeniable that LVT is a far more cost-effective way to cover a large area of flooring.

Interested in LVT installation in Roswell or Alpharetta? Contact Ridgeline Floors today and we’ll provide you a free consultation and answer any questions you may have.

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