Vinyl Flooring to Fit Your Lifestyle
If you're looking for a floor that boasts both spectacular aesthetics and long-lasting durability, Lyle's Flooring America's beautiful vinyl flooring collection is ideal for your home design needs. Luxury vinyl flooring is a growing popular flooring trend thanks to its timeless appeal and design visuals that rival natural stone and hardwood floors.
Our extensive showroom houses a wide range of vinyl options, whether you're looking for a contemporary wide-plank in the living room or a ceramic look in the bathroom. Let our flooring specialists guide you through the selection process. Their knowledge combined with our beautiful vinyl floors will bring your design aspirations to life.
Types of Vinyl Flooring
Thanks to recent advancements in flooring technology, these aren't your grandmother's vinyl floors. You can now have a vinyl floor that looks just like real stone or natural hardwood without any of the complicated maintenance. Luxury vinyl flooring is thicker and more durable than conventional vinyl flooring, making it a stronger solution that is able to withstand even the high-traffic areas of your home.
Nowadays, vinyl doesn't just come in sheet rolls, but in planks and tiles as well. While all vinyl is built from the same four layers of plastic, luxury vinyl planks look like the planks of hardwood floors and are produced with matching grain textures to give them a similar feel. Our luxury vinyl planks are available in various wood species, from oak to pine to hickory. On the other hand, luxury vinyl tile mimics real stone tiles from granite to ceramic to porcelain.
Luxury Vinyl Tile
Luxury vinyl tile adds a touch of charm and elegance to any space. When it comes to new floors, LVT offers a multitude of options for both residential and commercial property owners. Replicate the magnificent look of ceramic or porcelain with this comfy alternative, which is ideal for bathrooms, kitchens, and other high-moisture areas. Our LVT is produced with an uncanny tile appearance, with depth and textures to convince even the most observant visitors. Easier to install than true ceramic tile, grouting is not required for LVT. While many people choose this choice for a porcelain, ceramic, or marble look, wood-look LVT is also available.
Luxury Vinyl Plank
As one of our most popular products, luxury vinyl plank is the ideal compromise for families that enjoy a hardwood floor but want desire more comfort and longevity. LVP has a softer feeling underfoot and can tolerate spills, heat, and foot traffic that can cause natural wood floors to warp. The top layer of LVP is formed utilizing advanced photographic technology, resulting in a stunning decorative layer that draws attention with authentic-looking whirls and grain patterns. Our LVP inventory contains everything from mahogany's rich crimson hues to the delicate, soft tones of birch and oak.
Selecting the Perfect Vinyl Flooring for You
Our flooring experts will assist you in selecting the appropriate vinyl flooring for your home design needs. Your design goals are important to us, and we'll help you navigate our extensive luxury vinyl collection to find the right combination of quality and durability to match your active lifestyle.
We may be a local flooring store, but we have access to the top brands in the industry at budget-friendly prices as a member of Flooring America. These brands include:
- Downs H2O
- Spotlight Values
- Core Elements
- Baroque Flooring
Why Go with Waterproof Luxury Vinyl?
No homeowner wants to spend all of their time cleaning floors, and with this product, cleaning requirements are minimized. Many of our floors are made by the trusted brand Downs® H2O, which has all the look and feel of real wood. The material is completely waterproof with a tight enough seal to keep out mold, dirt, dust, stains, and scratches. Sweeping and mopping are all the maintenance our waterproof vinyl flooring needs, so you spend less time cleaning and more time doing what makes you happy.
Downs® H2O is available in a number of different designs, so you can easily find your favorite. By downloading our free My Floor Style app, you can see what each of these styles will look like before buying them, providing maximum peace of mind.
Keeping Your Vinyl Clean
Vinyl floors are easy to keep clean because they are scratch-resistant, stain-resistant, and waterproof. Thanks to cutting-edge flooring technology, our vinyl floors have the look and feel of real wood and stone tiles without the disadvantages such as water damage from moisture-prone areas. This means that you can easily install vinyl flooring in rooms like the bathroom, kitchen, and basement without having to worry, as our brands are 100% waterproof.
To keep your vinyl floors looking brand new for years down the line, regularly vacuum, sweep and damp mop your floors. Be sure to consult your floor's warranty before using any harsh chemicals to clean your floors, as some substances can scratch vinyl.
Vinyl Flooring Installation With Professionals
Many of our luxury vinyl floors can be simply installed using a click-and-lock system which means you can begin living on your floors almost immediately. We recommend hiring our experts for your vinyl flooring installation, as you don't want to risk your investment on an amateur installer's mistakes. Our experts are familiar with our product lines and will arrive with the best equipment and industry practices. We guarantee a swift installation and complete satisfaction with our Ultimate Confidence Guarantee. If you are unhappy with your new floors, we will replace them at no charge with a comparable product within 30 days of the initial installation.
With our waterproof and stain-proof selection of luxury vinyl flooring solutions, you can install your beautiful new vinyl floors in every room of the house without fear of everyday wear and tear.
Contact us today at Lyle's Flooring America, and our flooring experts will help you begin your search for beautiful new vinyl floors. We proudly serve Minnesota City, Winona, Goodview, Buffalo City, Dodge, and the surrounding areas in Minnesota, as well as Arcadia and Galesville, Wisconsin.