Stand Out

Are you looking to stand out from the crowd? Then Luxury Viny Tiles (LVT) is the perfect choice. Its endless practical and fashionable qualities make it no surprise it is rapidly turning into a favourite with our clients.

Simply Perfect

LVT comes in both planks and tiles, and can be fully stuck or a floating floor. It is water-resistant, hard-wearing, durable and slip-resistant, which is why it is perfect for any area, from your living room to your bathroom.

Endless Choice

With an endless choice of unique styles, ranging from parquet to straight lay, the only problem you’ll have is choosing which LVT design to go for. But don’t worry, our expert team will be there to advise and help you with any queries you have, and make your transformation as enjoyable as possible!


LVT Flooring FAQ

LVT stands for Luxury Vinyl Tile. It is a water-resistant, scratch-resistant, highly durable PVC vinyl plank or tile, available in a range of designs and colours.

Yes, Karndean is a brand name of LVT. When someone is looking for 'Karndean' they usually just mean LVT. 

LVT is highly water resistant, yes. It is made from PVC, a waterproof material, which is why it is such a popular choice for bathrooms.

LVT is extremely hard wearing. It is constructed of several layers of underlayment and PVC, compressed together to provide a hardness, finished with a clear, tough wear layer, to provide scratch resistance.

LVT is highly suitable for kitchens and bathrooms, yes. Made from PVC, which is a waterproof material, it is highly resistant to liquid and moisture, making it perfect for kitchens and bathrooms. LVT comes in individual packs which means you only have to order the amount of floor coverage you actually need (rounded up to the nearest pack), meaning you won't have excess waste. 

LVT is highly suitable for conservatories. It is resistant to temperature changes so you don't have to worry about it getting cold in winter and warm in summer. It is also water resistant so you don't have to worry about any condensation or moisture in winter.

LVT is a warmer floor than laminate and ceramic tiles, but not as warm as carpet. It can be laid on top of underfloor heating and is a good conductor in these conditions, if you wanted to add some extra warmth.

Yes, you can use LVT on top of underfloor heating. It can be laid on to both water and electric heating systems. Not only can it be used it is also a good conductor of the heat provided so you get the full effect of your underfloor heating.

LVT is made from mainly PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride). It is constructed from several layers of PVC and underlayment, compressed together, then a decorative sheet is applied and the plank is topped with a wear layer and UV protective coat.

If LVT flooring is suitable for your requirements.

Please see our extensive range of LVT flooring.