We hear this question a lot, but the difference is only in the cut of luxury vinyl flooring. Although, vinyl plank (LVP) is cut into strips and mounted on boards, mainly associated with hardwood looks. Many also use it for stone echoes because they like the larger format and fewer seams to give it a more continuous look like that of a quarried slab.

Others use the square, groutable tile-sized pieces, luxury vinyl tile, and wood-look tile imitations. You are not limited as to how to use a form. It's entirely up to you!

Have you seen it yet?

Luxury vinyl is nothing like what you may remember from decades ago. But, with nature-inspired, true-to-life echoes of wood, stone, and tile, it's all pretty exciting and makes a terrific way to transform your home affordably!

All photos are taken with high-definition photography, so you'll see knots, wormholes, grains, veining variations, and bright patterns and colors. They follow all the trends, including light and gray-toned woods; marble, granite, slate, travertine, terrazzo stone looks; cold hexagon, circles, chevron, and herringbone ceramic tiles patterns. And that's only a partial list of what you can get!

It's also 100% waterproof and durable with a top transparent melamine wear sheet that protects the floor from scratches and scuffs. Low maintenance and only requires regular sweeping and periodic mopping. Installation is also easy, especially with a floating floor click, mat, and hover.

You'll be happy you came in to see us

With over 40 years of experience, KC Flooring, a family-owned and operated company, will help get your creative juices flowing, whether it's luxury vinyl flooring or carpet, hardwood, tile, etc. We carry vinyl brands like Congoleum, RevWood, Mohawk, Armstrong, COREtec, and more. Our showroom is in Harford County, MD, and we work with homeowners and businesses around Edgewood, Baltimore County, Bel Air, and Abingdon. Be sure to ask about our free quotes.