Durable LVT Wood Flooring
Easily designable with endless pattern and color options
Lower cost for material than other flooring materials such as ceramic or wood
Reduced maintenance costs, greater value over time
UV coating – easy to clean
Use durable wear layer
Better flexibility to make you feel comfortable
No contain toxic substance
Won't swell, buckle or lose integrity
durable lvt wood flooring
Luxury vinyl tile, or LVT, is a hard surface flooring material more resilient than other hard surface options available in the commercial flooring industry today. Luxury vinyl is comprised of a resilient vinyl backing, a color or photographic film layer, and a protective polyurethane coating or wear layer.
6’’ x 36’’ x 2 MM
Item model number
NB- 80 series
Wear Layer Thickness
Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
Groutable, Mark Resistant, Scratch Resistant, Stain Resistant, Waterproof
Planks per box
Coverage per box
60.00 square feet
1. Is luxury vinyl tile durable?
Yes. Luxury vinyl tile is built to endure the busiest homes. All of our LVT flooring at Armstrong Flooring is scratch, stain and wear resistant, and 100% waterproof.
Our LVT flooring products have 10 years warranties.
2. What is the best luxury vinyl tile for durability?
NEWBETTER Best collection offers a lifetime warranty, our diamond-hard finish that resists scratches, scuffs, dirt, spills and stains better than competitive products, and allows for effortless cleanup. It's available in hardwood and stone plank styles.
3. Where in my home can I install luxury vinyl tile?
The wonderful combination of design options, easy installation and good value make luxury vinyl tile a flooring favorite for gathering spaces and utility areas, kitchens, mudrooms, bathrooms and playrooms. But its incredibly realistic and on-trend styles also mean this flooring type is becoming more and more popular in all rooms of the house. Living rooms and bedrooms included!
Luxury vinyl is not meant for stairs, but for any and all flat, level surfaces.
4. Does LVT stain?
Luxury vinyl tile and plank is resistant to most common stains.
If you are using walk off mats, avoid using rubber matting systems or anti-fatigue as the rubber of the backing can cause migration or plasticization when laid on top. Be sure to have a walk off area of at least 15 feet (30 feet is recommended) in order to reduce sediment being brought inside, including asphalt.