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The Ultimate Guide to Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring: Elevate Your Space with Better Call Paul Flooring


By Paul, Your Trusted Expert from Better Call Paul Flooring

Published on September 3, 2023




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Luxury Vinyl Plank Installation Cost

While affordability is undoubtedly one of LVP's strong suits, it's crucial to recognize that this is far more than a budget-friendly option. You're making a sound investment in both unparalleled durability and unmatched design flexibility. With prices spanning $9 to $21 per square foot, it's not just a floor you're acquiring—it's an all-inclusive, end-to-end flooring solution. This cost encapsulates everything: from initial demolition and waste removal to meticulous preparation and the installation of the finishing moldings. At Better Call Paul Flooring, we pride ourselves on our transparent pricing and comprehensive 'Expectation Systems' that guide you through each project phase, leaving no stone unturned. With us, there are no hidden charges, only a stunning floor that effortlessly marries form with function.


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Is LVP Better For High Traffic Areas?

In a word, yes. LVP is meticulously engineered to resist wear and tear from high foot traffic, thanks to its multi-layered construction. So whether it's a bustling family home or a high-traffic commercial space, LVP holds its own.



When to Replace or Repair LVP

While LVP is incredibly durable, like anything else, it's not indestructible. The good news? Repairs are often a simple plank-for-plank exchange. By doing regular check-ups and addressing any issues promptly, you're not just maintaining your floors, you're preserving an investment.



DIY LVP Installation

For those who take the DIY route, take note: pre-installation acclimation and precise measuring are crucial. Make sure your subfloor is flawless, and don't cut corners—literally or metaphorically.





How Long Does LVP Last?

This is flooring built for the long haul, with a life expectancy stretching up to 20 years or even more. Your investment in high-quality LVP isn't just smart; it's downright savvy.



LVP vs. Hardwood vs. Tile

Each flooring type has its merits, but LVP often comes out on top when you factor in cost, maintenance, and versatility. It offers the visual allure of hardwood and the durability of tile but without the upkeep challenges or high costs.










Tips for Maintaining Your LVP Floor

Routine care is straightforward: a quick sweep, a light mop, and you're good to go. For deeper cleans, always stick to cleaners designed specifically for vinyl flooring. Never use abrasive scrubbers, and always clean up spills promptly to maintain the floor’s quality.




Environmental Considerations

Did you know LVP is often made from recycled materials and is recyclable itself? This makes it a choice you can feel good about, not just in your home but for the planet.








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Why Choose Better Call Paul Flooring?

Quality, experience, and personalized service: these are the cornerstones of Better Call Paul Flooring. As we soar to new heights with 10x growth in 2023, you're not just buying a product—you're partnering with a team committed to excellence.



Ready to invest in a floor that meets all your needs and then some? Call us today for a quote at 844-639-Paul, and let's bring your vision to life. Follow us for more flooring tips and inspirations:



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