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Featured Vinyls
water proof
$ 2 49
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181 SQFT
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Supreme Click Elite Waterproof LVT Hand Scraped Vinyl Plank Heirloom Pine
water proof
$ 2 79
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2,897 SQFT
in stock
Supreme Elite Freedom Gold Rocky Mountain Oak Waterproof Loose Lay Vinyl Plank
water proof
$ 2 49
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2,014 SQFT
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Supreme Click Elite Waterproof LVT Vinyl Plank Heritage Hickory
water proof
$ 2 49
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2,723 SQFT
in stock
Supreme Click Elite Jamestown Walnut Waterproof Vinyl
water proof
$ 2 49
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5,188 SQFT
in stock
Supreme Click Elite Waterproof Vinyl Plank Sugar Maple
Why Choose Vinyl Flooring
One of the main reasons people select vinyl over the varieties of hardwood flooring and laminate flooring is its durability. Vinyl is widely used commercially because it is not just water resistant, but often is a fully waterproof flooring. This makes it the best choice for kitchens, bathrooms and basements as well. It is also extremely stain, dent, and scratch resistant. Vinyl flooring is made of shock absorbent materials. In addition to adding to its ruggedness, this adds to the walking comfort. Vinyl floors can be easy to stand on, even for long periods of time. They are often backed with a...  read more
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Vinyl Flooring Resources
Learn More about Vinyl Flooring...
Vinyl flooring has become the on-the-cusp floor in the past couple of years, providing us with 100% Waterproof Flooring in real wood looks for really the first time. Two types of fully waterproof vinyl plank flooring have emerged recently, click-together and loose lay. New floors mean new questions, and we continue to add answers to our Resource Center, where you will find videos on vinyl floor features and installation, our topical flooring blog (basically an ongoing magazine), the encyclopedia style Learning Center and a growing FAQ.
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