LVT stands for Luxury Vinyl Tile, which is a type of flooring material. LVT flooring is popular for its durability, versatility, and aesthetic appeal. Which is why we fit it to the vast majority of projects. 

LVT is made from multiple layers of vinyl that are compressed together. The layers typically include a backing layer, a core layer for stability, a printed design layer that mimics the appearance of various materials (such as wood or stone), and a protective wear layer. 

Appearance: One of the main attractions of LVT flooring is its ability to closely mimic the look of natural materials like hardwood, stone, or ceramic tiles. The high-resolution printing technology used in its production allows for realistic patterns and textures. 

Durability: LVT is known for its durability and resilience. It is resistant to scratches, stains, and water, making it a suitable choice for high-traffic areas, kitchens, and bathrooms.  

Maintenance: LVT is relatively low-maintenance. Regular sweeping or vacuuming, along with occasional mopping using a manufacturer-approved cleaner, is usually sufficient to keep it clean. 

Comfort: LVT is softer underfoot compared to materials like hardwood or ceramic tiles. Some varieties also come with built-in underlayment for added comfort.  

Cost-Effective: Compared to natural materials like hardwood or stone, LVT is often more budget-friendly. It provides a cost-effective way to achieve the look of high-end flooring options. 

Versatility: LVT flooring is versatile and can be used in various settings, including residential and commercial spaces. It’s available in a wide range of styles, colours, and patterns, allowing for customisation to suit different design preferences.