Shopping around for the perfect floor covering for your home can really seem like a daunting task. But if you take a moment to stop and consider all the benefits in store with luxury vinyl flooring, you’re likely to find what you’ve been missing all this time. It has amazing style and design, great durability and a life span that can save you a lot of money over time.
Dragon Scale Flooring has over forty years of experience, even though the company itself has only existed for several years. We believe in excellent customer service and no job is too small or too large for our team. Our family operated and veteran owned business has a showroom located in Laurel, MD, and we invite you to stop by at your convenience. Let’s work together to find your dream floor.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring Just Works
Many people choose luxury vinyl flooring because it can so closely mimic the look of all natural materials such as solid wood, natural stone and porcelain tile, to name a few. Sometimes, a busy lifestyle keeps homeowners from being able to install the real thing, but with luxury vinyl, you can still enjoy the beautiful elegance of that look.
Luxury vinyl flooring is also a durable floor covering that features a layered construction with a backing layer, a core, the printed image layer and finally, a protective wear layer finishes everything off. That wear layer comes in different thicknesses and, as you might expect, the thicker the wear layer, the more protection you’ll have for your floors. This is where most of the everyday wear and tear, including scuffs, scratches and dings can be nearly alleviated.
Luxury vinyl flooring is also very easy to install, clean and maintain over time. For extra protection against scratches that can come as a result of stray dirt and debris, you can make use of area rugs, which traps those culprits and keeps them away from your floor. Make sure you sweep or vacuum on a daily basis, followed up with a dampened mop for a like-new finish for years to come.
If you’re new to luxury vinyl flooring, be sure to ask your flooring specialist about all the different types. You can choose from vinyl planks, tiles, sheets and more. Odds are, one of them fits your own particular needs and preferences better than anything else, and that’s the one you should go with.