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Vinyl Flooring in Denver, CO

Vinyl Flooring in Denver, CO


Vinyl flooring is one of our most popular product lines, offering luxurious looks that won’t bend under pressure or break the bank. With hundreds of options to choose from, vinyl flooring is easily customized and can be used vertically as well as horizontally.


At Carpet One Floor & Home in Denver, CO, we carry the best vinyl flooring, including planks and tiles that look like traditional hardwood, stone, or ceramic.



What Are The Types of Vinyl Flooring?



While all vinyl flooring is crafted using synthetic materials, this flooring favorite comes in three different forms: vinyl tile, vinyl plank, and sheet vinyl flooring.





Is Vinyl Flooring Really Waterproof?


Few are immune to the breathtaking style of natural hardwood, but we don’t have to tell you that it’s hardly appropriate for bathrooms, kitchens, or basements. Here’s where it’s important to read the fine print: although all vinyl floors resist moisture, only select options are 100 % waterproof.


Waterproof vinyl flooring boasts a watertight core that makes it stand strong against pet accidents, toppled cereal bowls, and overflowing sinks. Enjoy waterproof vinyl planks and tiles everywhere including:




Where & How to Install Vinyl Flooring


Vinyl flooring is easy to install - in fact, most vinyl planks are designed to click and lock into place. Vinyl tiles often self-adhere, although grout can be added for a touch of realism. Despite its relative ease, a professional flooring installation is sometimes your best bet.


Our team of onsite vinyl flooring experts can help you plan your project from start to finish, keeping your convenience and schedule first in mind.


Our Vinyl Flooring Selection

For the best vinyl flooring brands, plan a visit to our local flooring store in Denver and browse our latest product displays.


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Caring for Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring, with its durable construction, is easy to clean and maintain. Most spills can be removed without any long-term consequences.