Luxury Vinyl Plank LVP Flooring Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring, or LVP as it is known, is a direct cousin to Luxury Vinyl Tile, or LVT. They are made to look like planks of real hardwood with the widths usually being less than 10 inches while the length can go to 72 inches. Get a Quote We Have the Best Personal Services in the Area LVP is do it yourself friendly and is one of the easier projects for a home handy person. All you'll need is a straight edge and a utility knife to cut and square the planks together. They each have an adhesivestrip on one side, and once you pull off the protective covering and expose the strip, you can press down one to join another. That's really all there is to it. Although Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring is designed for the do it yourselfer in mind, Carpet King Interiors will provide you with expert installation service if need be. Since this is a vinyl based flooring material, it can be installed into areas where wood could never be practical, and our expert staff will work with you on picking out the right grain pattern and plank size that best fits your needs. "The bottom line is that if you have always wanted a wood floor but it goes beyond your budget, then quite possibly Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring is the right choice for your needs." Luxury Plank Flooring Pros Check out these major benefts of Luxury Plank Flooring and decide for yourself. Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring resists spills and damage from falling objects. It even resists mild chemical spills, like cleaners and disinfectants. Those may leave a big stain on a carpet or a wooden floor, but on an LVP plank, once it is wiped up, all traces are gone. LVP is overall more durable than laminate or hardwood flooring. It has a versatility that is unmatched, and can be used in virtually any room. It feels good to walk on and it is softer and warmer than wood, tile or stone. Simple to clean and easy to maintain. There are many grain types available, and many different styles of wood, from oak to maple, pine to ash, and everything in between. Compared to real wooden floors, it is very inexpensive. Easy to install even with limited DIY experience.