Carpet Tile Flooring Vs Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring

by Lisa C. Marketing Writer

People love carpets and carpet tiles and luxury vinyl tiles. If you have porcelain or stone tile flooring, there are chances that you will place rugs and carpets on your floor to increase comfort level and coziness in the room and noise on the floor.

And luxury vinyl tile (LVT) is designed to render noise cancellation, comfort of walking, and gorgeous views in your space. And you do not need to use any type of carpet for your LVT.

Both carpet and LVT are highly popular flooring options worldwide. The way both the products are manufactured are entirely different.

This blog performs a comparison between carpet tiles and luxury vinyl tiles under following subsections to help you decide the right material for your project –

Carpet Tile/Carpet Flooring –

Carpets are available in dozens of styles, colors, shades, and textures. If you are looking to create a space that matches well with your style statement and comfort needs, carpets are one of the best options you can go with.

Carpet tiles and carpets feel great when you walk or stand on your floor. Imagine the first touch of stone or tile floors on a winter morning! Carpets offer a dash of comfort here.

Carpets can be placed on any floor. And carpet tiles can be installed on existing floors too. However, carpet tiles definitely not a DIY-friendly project. To achieve a professional, mess-free look, you will need to hire a pro.

Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring –

LVT is the cheapest flooring material in world, after poured concrete. It is cheaper than porcelain and ceramic tiles too. However, many brands have luxury vinyl tiles that are more expensive than slate, granite and travertine stone tiles.

Luxury vinyl tiles are soft and delicate to feel and they offer make walking and standing a really comfortable experience – in any weather. They also reduce the noise on the floor and help create a truly luxury environment in your home.

LVT floor installation is a DIY-friendly project. If you know the basics of tiling, you can complete the project by yourself as well.

There you have it. Now you can decide which material would be a better choice for your home and budget.

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About Lisa C. Advanced   Marketing Writer

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