Hybrid Flooring Versus Vinyl Planks: Choosing Between The Two
You might have heard the latest gossip in flooring: no longer do you have to compromise between the benefits of hardwood, laminate and vinyl when you’re renovating or replacing a floor.
There is a new kid on the block, and it’s called hybrid flooring.
In simple terms, hybrid flooring is an engineered product that uses an attractive design layer over a limestone core, all wrapped in super-tough polymer.
It combines the best aspects of wood and laminate floors – such as attractive appearance, rigid stability and easy installation – with the outstanding durability of waterproof vinyl floors.
From what we at Parrys have seen, most people shopping for new flooring are comparing hybrid floors against vinyl planks, so let’s take a quick look at how they stack up.
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Choosing between vinyl plank and hybrid flooring
At Parrys, we talk to people about these flooring options every day. One of the first things we do in answering customer questions is to work backwards from the end result they want.
There’s more to this than just the overall interior design. We also step you through aspects like expected foot traffic, room usage and colour concepts.
From this expert consultation, we can help you find the best flooring for your space, budget, design vision and living arrangements. And there is a lot to choose from!
There are just so many options on the market and flooring is rarely an emergency item, so we help you take your time to find the perfect option.
Sometimes that will be hybrid flooring, sometimes it will be vinyl plank and sometimes something else entirely. All you need to do is call and we’ll share our great advice.
Further reading about hybrid flooring:
- Why is hybrid flooring so revolutionary?
- What to look for when buying vinyl flooring?
- 5 reasons you will love hybrid flooring
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