Today’s luxury vinyl features some of the most innovative, versatile, and high-performing flooring available. Premium vinyl flooring offers the richness and texture of more expensive natural materials, such as hardwood, ceramic tile, and stone, without maxing out your budget. Offered in tile, plank, and sheet formats, vinyl flooring boasts realistic visuals, easy installation, and a high level of comfort.
Luxury vinyl is strong but soft underfoot, maintaining a comfortable temperature in all seasons. Unlike other luxury vinyl tile and plank, Mohawk vinyl flooring resists heat and sunlight, maintaining its shape and stability even at temperature extremes. Vinyl is waterproof, which makes it perfect for kitchens or other high-traffic areas such as a living room or den. Mohawk’s luxury vinyl tile, plank, and sheet vinyl offers a durable, protective top layer that resists scratches, dents, and stains from family pets. It’s exceptionally easy to clean, and more protected against drops and spills─perfect for your family’s busy lifestyle.
Check all flooring in daylight for color, quality, and visible defects before and during installation.
Select flooring from 2-3 cartons at a time to even out color variation and ensure a random appearance.
Remove all furniture, appliances, and wall and doorway trim beforehand. Be sure to check specific installation instructions for the sub-floor too.
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Mohawk’s vinyl flooring products feature durable style that’s incredibly easy to maintain. What’s more, these floors are backed by industry-leading warranties for ultimate peace of mind. Learn more about SolidTech and Smart Select Luxury Vinyl Flooring
SolidTech Residential and Commercial Warranty (PDF)
Smart Select Warranty (PDF)
- Sweep or vacuum regularly to remove loose dirt, especially in high-traffic areas. Avoid using a vacuum with a beater bar.
- Damp mop as needed with clean water and diluted floor cleaner. Avoid harsh cleansers or chemicals.
- Use blinds or drapes to protect flooring from long periods of exposure to direct sunlight.
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