Best Flooring for Kitchen
Your kitchen flooring sees a lot of action, and over time it may begin to look less than impressive. However, with our available hardwood and LVT floors, your kitchen floor will be strong and on trend.
Your kitchen floor should reflect your personal style and the rest of your homes décor. Hardwood and LVT flooring are easily the most popular flooring options for homeowners right now. Before you decide on one of the two, allow us to go through the benefits of both.
Wood Floors in Kitchen
Invincible Hardwood is a flooring brand that lives up to its name. Known for its innovative laser cutting system, Tru-Grain sealant, the Intensity Surface Shield, Invincible hardwood will allow you to live on your kitchen floor.
Spills and messes are inevitable in a kitchen, but with the Invincible Intensity Surface Shield, your floor is able to resist liquids, scratches, scuffs, and wear. The Intensity Surface Shield is constructed with layers of aluminum oxide and infused with nano-particles, which provides your kitchen floor with the protection it needs to withstand the everyday wear. Also, in order to prevent liquids, dust, dirt, or food from seeping through the cracks, Invincible Hardwood has developed the Plankperfect milling system. This system uses computerized sawing and laser cutting to ensure a tight tongue and groove fit. In addition to Invincible Hardwood’s durability, the Tru-Grain sealant enhances the woods natural color, detailing, grain, and knots, so you aren’t losing the authentic look.
Vinyl Kitchen Flooring
Invincible H20 provides all the looks and feel of real hardwood and tile, but with greater strength. The handcrafted designer looks mimic real hardwood and tile perfectly.
Using a unique locking system, this LVT floor is able to lock out leaks, and its rigid core can be installed over many existing floors. In addition, Invincible H20 is waterproof, fade, stain, scratch dent, and tear resistant. Plus, the cork foundation makes for extra quiet floors.
If your kitchen floor has seen better days, there is no reason not to upgrade. Hardwood and LVT flooring will compliment your kitchen and will last.
To learn more about our available kitchen flooring options, as well as Invincible Hardwood and Invincible H20, contact City Carpets Carpet One Floor & Home today. Or, visit our showroom in San Rafael, CA.