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What is Luxury Vinyl Tile and Why Should I Buy it?

What is Luxury Vinyl Tile and Why Should I Buy it?

In the flooring world, there has always been a vinyl tile in one form or another. Today, the vinyl tile category continues to remain popular today, and continues to be the fastest growing market segment with double digit growth last year.

Luxury Vinyl Tile and Plank vs. Sheet Vinyl

Luxury Vinyl Tile and Plank vs. Sheet Vinyl

Designed to meet today’s demands, resilient-vinyl floors look great and work hard. And we offer some really practical and pretty choices—Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT), Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP), and sheet vinyl flooring. Here’s a brief explanation of each:

Why is Laminate Flooring So Popular These Days?

Why is Laminate Flooring So Popular These Days?

At TF Andrew Dream Floors, we have nearly 300 different options of laminate flooring for our customers. Why do we carry such a large selection of this flooring system? The answer is simple: Homeowners and business owners are demanding laminate flooring like never before.

Why is COREtec Plus XL Luxury Vinyl Flooring so Special?

Why is COREtec Plus XL Luxury Vinyl Flooring so Special?

As you may already know, there are many new flooring systems on the market today, including the incredible COREtec products. At T.F. Andrew Carpet One, we have a wonderful selection of COREtec Plus XL flooring available for our customers, and we would like to tell you a bit about this remarkable luxury vinyl flooring system.

The Difference between Waterproof Flooring and Water Resistant Flooring

The Difference between Waterproof Flooring and Water Resistant Flooring

At T.F. Andrew Carpet One, we offer waterproof flooring that is truly waterproof. It can be very important to know that there is a difference between flooring that is waterproof and flooring that is only water resistant. For instance, if your new flooring is going to be set over particle board sub-flooring, you will certainly want to protect against water getting onto that sub-floor. So, let’s take a look at the differences between these two types of floor systems.