Vinyl Flooring (LVT)
Luxury Vinyl Flooring (LVT) and vinyl flooring Liverpool tiles give you the look of a real wooden, stone, or ceramic floor, but they're more hardwearing and fully waterproof. This makes it ideal for kitchen and bathroom flooring. Stone Plastic Composite (SPC) offers a slightly more rigid material. These floors must be installed on flat surfaces.
What is vinyl flooring?
Vinyl flooring is a popular choice for homeowners as it provides a sleek, modern finish to any interior. With a wide range of designs, colours, and patterns to choose from, there’s something for everyone! From warm oak to authentic stone effects, this floor will add character and sophistication to any room.
Vinyl is typically installed in areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, and living rooms. With fuss-free maintenance and a durable wear layer, this product is built to combat many incidents within the home. Scratch-resistant and easy to clean, investing in a vinyl floor will save you a lot of time and money on repairs and replacements.
Our LVT floors come in a range of stunning herringbone and tile effects, and with water resistance and durable surfaces, this option is perfect for bathrooms and kitchens where spills and stains are likely.
What vinyl options do you have?
At Mersey Flooring, we offer a range of vinyl flooring products, perfect for every customer’s needs.
Our Herringbone SPC is perfect for a unique look. This choice is a popular design, as the zig-zag pattern adds dimension to any room and comes in a variety of styles and colours. Both the LVT and SPC herringbone planks allow for under-floor heating, perfect for cold weather, providing a toasty and cosy environment for your family all year round.
Pre-grouted TVT is a beloved option for multiple areas of the home. Its versatility in design and durable surfaces make it a perfect addition for kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and dining areas. The intricate stone detailing provides a stylish touch, meaning you won’t be disappointed with the finished look.
Do you provide vinyl (LVT) floor fitting services?
No, we do not provide vinyl (LVT) floor fitting services at Mersey Flooring. However, we have many professional and qualified floor partners you can contact.
Visit our floor room and browse Mersey Flooring’s selection of vinyl (LVT) floors. Then, we can put you in touch with the perfect fitter for the job. Our showroom is open from Monday to Friday, 8:00–16:30 and up to 13:00 on Saturdays:
Atherton Road, off Brookfield Drive,
Why is vinyl (LVT) flooring a good choice for me?
Cost-effective: LVT flooring is a more affordable option for an authentic finished look. This floor simulates the appearance of natural materials such as stone and wood, at a much cheaper price. It’s a win-win.
Durability: Vinyl LVT is made from strong, durable materials that are made to combat scratches, scuffs, dents, and everyday wear and tear. This makes it the perfect option for busy households, and high-traffic rooms such as kitchens. There will be no need for replacements for many years if you invest in a vinyl floor.
Versatility: These floors are designed to be installed atop many surfaces, such as plywood, concrete, and existing floors. This makes the installation process much simpler, and with easy click-lock systems and floating floor options, this is the perfect choice for DIY home installations.
What are the benefits of vinyl flooring?
This flooring is popular with homeowners due to its affordability, versatility, and ease of maintenance.
With high resilience to abrasion and damage caused by pressure and heavy impact, this floor is perfect for homes with high traffic, lasting up to 20 years.
This can be refinished multiple times to maintain its high-quality appearance. Its water resistance makes it a great choice for rooms with high moisture levels.
What are the disadvantages of vinyl flooring?
Whilst Vinyl flooring is durable, it is more prone to damage than other materials such as wood.
It can’t handle heavy loads too well and is easily scratched by sharp materials, making it less efficient in rooms with lots of furniture and frequent use.
Prone to colour fading, vinyl flooring isn’t the best option for outdoor installation.
Does vinyl last longer than laminate flooring?
Vinyl flooring can last up to 25 years if you invest in high-quality materials, and Laminate can last between 15 and 25 years.
However, laminate that isn’t maintained efficiently lasts 5-10 years, whereas thinner vinyl variants can last up to 10 years.
Do you need underlay for vinyl flooring?
If you're placing vinyl plank flooring over a cushion-backed floor or a below-grade tile floor, you won't need to install underlayment.
Underlayment is required for other applications, such as installing vinyl over existing hardwood floors, concrete floors, and uncushioned vinyl flooring.
Do you deliver vinyl flooring in Liverpool and across the UK?
Yes, we deliver our flooring products nationwide.
Delivery costs will be determined at the checkout based on your location and the products you purchased.