What’s the process for installing LVP flooring?

What’s the process for installing LVP flooring?

Luxury vinyl flooring offers an outstanding selection of materials you'll surely appreciate for years, with plenty of benefits and characteristics that will serve you through time. These products are a perfect fit for every room and can last up to 20 years when professionally installed.

We're often asked about the installation process for LVP flooring, and we have all the answers to help you understand the service. Here are some key points to know about the process.

The steps are simple

The most critical step in your installation process is choosing the vinyl plank flooring you want and need. This situation comes from matching your requirements with flooring products with the right benefits and characteristics.

Next, you’ll contact us for a mobile showroom appointment, which allows us to bring flooring samples to your home for your consideration. While there, we can take measurements, offer an estimate, and schedule your installation service.

Once we arrive, we’ll need clear access to the area to be floored and to working electrical outlets for our power tools. If you have any questions or concerns, talk with an associate about your LVP flooring anytime.

If you choose a floating floor, the service should take a day or less, and you can walk on your new floors immediately afterward. So, stop by today to start your project.

We have the luxury vinyl flooring you need

Buono’s Flooring has been in business since 1979; in that time, we've satisfied tens of thousands of flooring customers. We are licensed, bonded, and insured and stand behind all our work, with a defect-free installation guarantee for a year after purchase.

When you’re ready to start your remodel, our Brooklyn, NY-based mobile LVP flooring showroom is just a phone call away. We cater to Staten Island, Manhattan, and Brooklyn, NY, and we also look forward to working with you.
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