Collection: Luxury Vinyl Tiles

The ultimate in terms of design options and customisability, Luxury Vinyl Tiles can be used to completely transform your floor to anything you desire.

With real-look wood and stone designs, textured surfaces and countless border options your imagination is the limit with LVT flooring.

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Our Karndean LVT Showroom in Doncaster!

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Call in and bring your ideas to life with our Karndean design table – We have full pieces of all the Karndean collection to make it easier for you to visualise your designs and match colours, try out design strips and borders!

Impress your friends with this premium designer vinyl, and even design your own layout, borders and motifs. Not only that, Karndean flooring is a fantastic, easy-to-clean and hard wearing floor that will give you years of enjoyment.

For more information on Karndean flooring in Doncaster call us now on 01302 341742.

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Luxury Vinyl Tiles FAQs

LVT (Luxury Vinyl Tiles) and LVP (Luxury Vinyl Plank) are two different names for the same type of luxury vinyl flooring. LVT is more commonly used to describe these, but tiles tends to come in square shaped tiles and planks are more rectangular in shape.

The average lifespan of LVT is around 25-30 years. It may sound surprising, but it's true. Due to its clever four-layer construction – including a top 'wear' layer – luxury vinyl flooring is built to stand the test of time and is a great option for both busy households and commercial-based properties. 

When installing floating vinyl floors it is necessary to allow for this expansion by leaving a gap around the perimeter of the floor or anywhere it meets another floor or vertical surface. 

Luxury vinyl plank manufacturers mention only vapor barrier in their installations. They recommend this due to not allowing (concrete subfloor) getting moisture or alkalinity to your flooring choice. This will eliminate any potential for claims or damages to the manufacturers flooring. 

It's not just the LVT staggered pattern that counts. Staggering vinyl flooring also keeps the structural integrity of the floor intact, reducing the risk of issues such as plank bowing, separating or warping