Luxury Vinyl Tiles

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Vinyl flooring and Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) share some similarities but also have distinct differences. Vinyl flooring is a broader category that encompasses various types of resilient flooring, while LVT is a specific subcategory within vinyl flooring. The primary differences lie in their construction, appearance, and suitability for different applications. Vinyl flooring typically comes in large sheets or rolls and can have a uniform, printed design. In contrast, LVT is composed of individual tiles or planks, often with more realistic, high-definition designs that mimic natural materials like wood or stone. LVT tends to be thicker and more durable than standard vinyl flooring, making it a preferred choice for high-traffic areas. While vinyl is generally less expensive, LVT offers enhanced aesthetics and durability, making it a popular option for those seeking both style and resilience in their flooring.

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) flooring typically does not require traditional underlay in the same way that other types of flooring, such as laminate or hardwood, might. LVT is designed to be installed as a “floating floor” directly over the existing subfloor or a smooth, level surface. However, while it doesn’t need a separate underlayment like foam or felt, it often benefits from a thin, LVT-specific underlayment or pad designed to enhance comfort underfoot, reduce noise, and provide some insulation. These underlayments can also help to hide minor imperfections in the subfloor and improve the overall feel of the floor. In cases where moisture is a concern, some LVT products have built-in moisture-resistant backing, eliminating the need for additional underlay. Ultimately, the choice to use underlayment with LVT can depend on factors such as the specific product, subfloor condition, and personal preference for added comfort and sound reduction.