Vinyl Flooring Guide
Carpeteria Carpet One Floor & Home of Santa Barbara, CA features the largest assortment of in-stock vinyl and luxury vinyl floors in Santa Barbara! Our flooring specialists understand vinyl floors and can help you understand if this type of flooring is right for you. We feature Santa Barbara's most comprehensive mix of vinyl products including luxury vinyl tile (LVT) that will satisfy any budget.
Today's vinyl and luxury vinyl products try to closely replicate the look and feel of hardwood or stone. Our huge selection of vinyl and luxury vinyl flooring will amaze you as to how close they resemble hardwood and natural stone.
Please visit our Santa Barbara showroom to speak with one of our vinyl flooring experts.
What Types of Luxury Vinyl Are Available?
Vinyl and resilient products have made huge advancements in style, color and construction. At our Santa Barbara location, we feature vinyl and luxury vinyl flooring products. Sheet vinyl is considered traditional vinyl, and is sold in rolls typically six or twelve feet in width. We feature a great assortment of fashionable in-stock rolls that will be sure to satisfy any decorating needs.
Vinyl is also available in the form of tiles or planks, called luxury vinyl. This is one of the fastest growing products in the industry. Luxury vinyl comes in both tiles and planks and they are meant to replicate the look of hardwood or ceramic tile floors. Luxury vinyl can hold up in high traffic areas and come in water resistant and waterproof options. The surface of LVT products is so realistic that you can see and feel the grains of hardwood and stone tile. Because we carry a huge variety of luxury vinyl tile products in-stock, our suppliers sell these products to us at great discounts which we pass onto you.
Why Luxury Vinyl?
Luxury vinyl is an affordable option that comes in many styles and colors that mimic hardwood and stone floors. Luxury vinyl floors are extremely resistant to dents, scratches and stains. Durability makes vinyl a great choice because it performs well in high traffic areas like entryways and hallways in your home.
Luxury vinyl is generally known as a low-maintenance flooring type. Ordinary sweeping and mopping with manufacturer approved luxury vinyl floor cleaners is typically all you need to do. Ensure that dirt, grit, and sand are swept up in order to prolong the life of the floor's surface.
Luxury vinyl flooring products are highly resistant to water making these types of floors perfect for bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms.
Our Luxury Vinyl Selection
We carry one of the largest selections of vinyl and luxury vinyl in Santa Barbara, CA. That means when you shop with us you will find both name brands and Carpet One exclusive brands including Invincible LVT, Earthscapes, and VeroStone.
Please visit our Santa Barbara area showroom to speak with a vinyl flooring specialist to help you determine if this is the right type of floor for your home.
Learn More About Vinyl
Types of Vinyl
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Waterproof Luxury Vinyl
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Luxury vinyl and vinyl floors are known to be extremely durable. These flooring types are also super simple to clean and maintain, and as long as you take care of them they will continue to preserve their appearance.How Do I Care for Vinyl?
Luxury Vinyl Plank
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Kitchen & Bath Luxury Vinyl
Vinyl floors make the perfect option for kitchen and bathroom flooring because of their looks and durability. You can have the traditional look of tile or spring for something bold like wood look, whichever you choose we can help you find the best floor for your home.Learn More About Kitchen & Bath Luxury Vinyl