Durability and Resistance
LVP flooring is engineered to withstand heavy foot traffic, moisture, and everyday wear and tear. Unlike hardwood, which is susceptible to scratching, warping, and damage from moisture, LVP is highly resilient. It is scratch-resistant, waterproof, and impervious to spills, making it an excellent choice for areas prone to moisture, such as kitchens and bathrooms. Furthermore, LVP's durability ensures that it can maintain its pristine appearance for many years, reducing the need for costly replacements or refinishing.
The advantage of LVP is its low maintenance requirements. Hardwood floors demand regular refinishing and sealing to maintain their appearance, which can be costly and time-consuming. LVP requires minimal upkeep. Routine cleaning with a mop or vacuum is usually sufficient to keep it looking brand new. This ease of maintenance not only saves time and effort but also contributes to long term cost savings.