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Custom flooring adds so much to your home’s aesthetic, bringing incredible beauty and comfort to your everyday living space while also increasing your home’s value. Whether it’s dark, glossy tiles in the bathroom, or marbled, country-style planks in the dining room, flooring is such an important component of the style, comfort, and feel of your home’s environment.

If you are thinking of investing in new flooring for your home, it is important to consider the durability, safety, and maintenance level of your options, along with price. In the long run, the cheapest choices are not always the best options. Luckily, there are two new, affordable flooring options on the market that guarantee top quality: Luxury Vinyl Planks (LVP) and Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT). LVT and LVP are both affordable, low-maintenance, and resistant to scratches, stains, and scuffs. Let’s take a closer look at each type to see what they offer:


Luxury Vinyl Planks

The more popular of the two options, LVP is constructed using a wood/polymer or stone/polymer core with a vinyl top layer and wear layer. Imprinted on top is a wood design and, even though it’s not pure wood, the texture and look are so realistic that it’s tough to tell the difference between actual wood planks. LVP is also waterproof and very durable.


Luxury Vinyl Tiles

LVT is made of the same materials as LVP and is also waterproof and durable, but comes in many different shapes and patterns. LVT mimics the look and feel of stone or ceramic. They last up to 20 years, and during the winter, their cold-resistance allows for a comfortable temperature no matter the weather. 

Flooring adds so much to a room, workspace, or home, and when you choose LVT or LVP, you can be sure that your flooring can withstand whatever life throws at it. Here at Kemp’s Dalton West Flooring, we offer both options in hundreds of styles, along with professional installation. Visit our flooring showrooms in Newnan, Peachtree City, or LaGrange, GA, to see all your options, or contact us for more info!