Luxury Vinyl plank

Vinyl Plank Flooring in Dallas and Fort Worth

Vinyl is one of today’s hottest flooring trends. When looking for flooring options for your home or business, let Fine Floors by Ed White show you how to get the most value for your money. Vinyl planks are one elegant, low-cost and durable flooring solution for both residential and commercial spaces and can be made to look like hardwood, stone, ceramic or just about any other flooring material you desire.

Vinyl is a manufactured product that’s derived from petroleum-based compounds. It’s rigid, can be shaped into almost any form and is tough enough to withstand the constant high-volume foot traffic. Vinyl can also be made to look like more conventional flooring materials like hardwood, natural stone and ceramic. It comes in tiles, sheets and planks for different design needs, objectives and styles.

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If you have decided on a hardwood flooring alternative, vinyl planks are the absolute best choice because of how close the plank-style option resembles real hardwood. The plank-style cuts look natural, giving most people the impression that they’re walking on the real thing. The end result is a high-end hardwood flooring look while having spent only a fraction of the cost of natural hardwood.

Call Fine Floors by Ed White today and get more information on our selection of vinyl planks. You can also browse our site to find out more about our Shop At Home option. Our design representatives will bring samples of our most popular styles and colors to you in the comfort of your own home . If you want to see the planks for yourself, please drop by in the DFW area anytime. Our friendly staff is ready to assist you with any need you may have. See you there!

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