If you’re a frequenter of HGTV shows, a fan of interior design trends, or just a homeowner – you’ve likely heard the phrase LVT before. And it’s all the rage for a reason.
In this real estate market, more and more buyers are looking for this durable, long-lasting option so as a result, more and more homeowners are installing it to increase their home value.
LVP vs. LVT
Luxury vinyl tile (and luxury vinyl plank) are both common materials used in renovations and new construction and are both waterproof. The tile is made to look like, well, tile and comes in several colors. The tile is glued down rather than snapped together on top of the existing floor like LVP. The planks are generally made to look like hardwood. Because they snap together, they exist more as a “floating floor” on top of the ground beneath it.
These options are equally beautiful and affordable and give your space a modern lift.
The Flooring Buyers Want
In comparison to hardwood floors, which are timeless but high-maintenance, these floors are meant to be lived on without sacrificing style. In addition to appealing to a broader audience of buyers, homeowners are cashing in on this trend.
Thinking LVT or LVP may be right for you? Chat with a Curbio home improvement consultant today to understand if this could increase the value of your home – and then sit back and let Curbio do the work.