Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring

Beautiful, bold, and always enduring: luxury vinyl tile flooring truly offers us the best of both worlds. Luxury vinyl flooring is the modern-day solution to timeless flooring challenges. Offering up all the nature-inspired looks we love, including finely grained hardwood and intricately swirled marble, luxury vinyl is affordable, easy to take care of, and readily endures moisture, spills, and other household accidents.  In its tile form, luxury vinyl flooring also gives us endless options for creativity and self-expression. Like its ceramic, stone, or porcelain counterparts, luxury vinyl tile is manufactured in squares of varying sizes, allowing the installer or homeowner to create their own unique patterns.

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Why Luxury Vinyl Tile?

Resilient, easily repaired, and readily maintained, luxury vinyl tile is made to work well in nearly any space. It can even be installed in basements and three-season rooms. Of course, this fantastic flooring is always a popular pick for your kitchen or your bathroom. However, its stone-inspired good looks can also work well in a formal living room.

As the years pass on, luxury vinyl tile is also significantly more cost-efficient than its stone or ceramic counterparts. Should tile become damaged, it’s easy and economical to replace one or two tiles. For this and many reasons, vinyl tile is a great choice for all types of projects, whether you’re redecorating a modest residential space, or building a sprawling commercial property. There are products to go anywhere as they’re easy to care for, and designed to be used for a lengthy lifetime.

At Foote Bros. Carpet One Floor & Home, we carry a full inventory of luxury vinyl tile in both our Gadsden and Anniston, AL showrooms. Visit us soon, or call us today to schedule your FREE onsite vinyl tile project estimate. Our team of dedicated tile experts can help you select vinyl tile that fits perfectly with your space, location, décor, and budget.

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