September 19, 2020

Vinyl Flooring for a more luxurious home

 One way to describe vinyl flooring, (commonly referred to as LVT) is ‘luxury’.  This is simply because the durability and style are of a far higher standard than authentic or laminate flooring materials.

Just the word ‘luxury’ makes the flooring more desirable to homeowners, but it really does help you profit in the long run. Renovating your home means there is a lot to be considered and Amtico have all the bases covered.

The water and stain preventing aspects give your home security in heavy-use rooms such as bathrooms and kitchens.  The wide range of design textures and shades means that Amtico has the capability to work with any room design scheme throughout the seasons.


Amtico flooring is manufactured in the UK and is the perfect example of what modern flooring manufacturing has the capability to achieve in any busy home. The many layers of vinyl, compressed together, in the form of tiles or plank mean every footstep is cushioning to the touch and soundproof to the ear.

Vinyl flooring rarely requires underlay as the foundation layer gives stability and flexibility to be used in every corner of a room.  The top layer can be gloss or matte depending on your style preference and all incorporate anti slip and anti-scratch properties.  By applying a simple coating layer on top of these layers can make cleaning a breeze and further prevent damages from scratches, slips and scuffs.

Making the choice to install Amtico in your home will make any and every room more fulfilling and your quality of time in doors more relaxing.  You have complete freedom in the choice of style, size or pattern when you are installing Amtico flooring. 


No type of vinyl flooring design or layout that you install will change the fact that you only need to give your new flooring a simple sweep, followed by a thorough mopping, to maintain it’s luxurious gleam and put your home at a show-room standard.  Amtico’s Signature collection offers a lifetime warranty and the Amtico Spacia offers and equally appealing 25year.

Now all you need to decide is will it be plank or tile? Are you more inclined to opt for stone or wood textures?  And what about shades…will it be dark or light?  Adding borders or having a mixture pf shades from the same palette is all possible with Amtico. 

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