Beautiful & Durable Vinyl Flooring & LVT
Ready for a flooring upgrade? Discover our top-notch vinyl flooring and luxury vinyl tile (LVT), which we install throughout the Kansas City area.
We’re proud to offer a luxury vinyl tile selection that brings together quality, style, and strength. Whether you need something waterproof, want an affordable option instead of ceramic or hardwood, or just want to make your space look better, our high-quality vinyl flooring is an exceptional solution. With our mobile showroom, we bring our top-rated luxury vinyl tile flooring to homeowners across the Kansas City area. Don’t miss this opportunity to unlock the potential to transform your home with fantastic craftsmanship.
Luxury Vinyl Tile and plank floors are a durable, waterproof, affordable, and attractive alternative to ceramic tile, natural stone, and hardwood. Patterns can be created for a modern look with metallic styles or traditional looks with travertine and slate looks.
Advantages of luxury vinyl tile floors include:
- Ease on joints
- Quieter underfoot than most hard surfaces
- Easy to maintain
- Available in a wide variety of styles, colors, and sizes
- Commercial and residential use
- Real wood, tile and stone looks
- Easier installation than ceramic or stone
About Payless Floor Coverings- Local Experts in Vinyl & Tile Flooring
At Payless Floor Coverings, our unique business model sets us apart from the rest of Kansas City vinyl flooring providers by allowing us to service not only our valued retail customer looking for the perfect flooring products to beautify their home, but also our invaluable wholesale customers. These customers include contractors, installers and designers in search of a partner that provides the price, service and financing as well as the competitive edge they need, in today’s marketplace.
We look forward to helping you select your dream floors in KC!
Areas We Serve
We offer vinyl flooring and LVT floors in Kansas City, Overland Park, Prairie Village, Olathe, Leawood, Lenexa, Shawnee, Gardner, Johnson County KS, and the entire KC metro area.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Check out our answers to the most common questions we get related to LVT & tile flooring in Kansas City below!
What is luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring?
Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring is a common type of synthetic flooring material made to look like natural materials like wood or stone. It is typically made of multiple layers of vinyl, with a photographic layer on top that creates the desired look you want in your home.
What are the main benefits of LVT flooring?
LVT flooring offers many benefits to homeowners, including durability, water resistance, easy maintenance, and a wide range of design options. It is also generally less expensive than natural materials like hardwood or stone.
Can LVT flooring be installed over existing flooring?
Yes, LVT flooring can often be installed over existing flooring as long as the surface is flat, clean, and dry.
Is LVT flooring suitable for high-traffic areas in the home or office?
Yes, LVT flooring is highly durable and suitable for high-traffic areas, making it a popular choice for commercial spaces as well as residential areas.
How do you clean and maintain LVT flooring?
LVT flooring is easy to maintain and can be cleaned with a damp mop or cloth. It is important to avoid using abrasive cleaners or tools that could scratch the surface however.
Can LVT flooring be damaged by water?
LVT flooring is water-resistant, but it can be damaged by standing water or excessive moisture. Just like other flooring options, it is still important to clean up spills and avoid flooding the area.
How long does LVT flooring typically last?
LVT flooring can last for many years with proper maintenance and care. The lifespan of LVT flooring can vary depending on the quality of the material and the level of foot traffic it receives.
Can LVT flooring be installed in a bathroom or kitchen?
Yes, LVT flooring is water-resistant and can be a great choice for bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas in your home or property that are prone to moisture.