Is Vinyl Flooring Wood Effect Good?

Is Vinyl Flooring Wood Effect Good?

Clients who approach Wood and Beyond for wood effect flooring often find themselves spoilt for choice. Among the myriad options, the wood effect of vinyl flooring stands tall alongside our laminate and engineered wood collections. A prevalent enquiry we address pertains to how the wood effect of vinyl flooring measures up against its real wood…

How Does Wood Flooring Compare to Other Flooring Types?

How Does Wood Flooring Compare to Other Flooring Types?

If you are in the market for hard flooring and you are considering flooring alternatives to wood, you are spoilt for choice. Options include laminate flooring, luxury vinyl flooring, engineered wood flooring, tile flooring, concrete flooring, linoleum flooring, bamboo flooring and cork flooring, but how do these alternatives compare to wood flooring? Understanding Wood Flooring…

Is Herringbone Wood Flooring Worth the Price?

Is Herringbone Wood Flooring Worth the Price?

Traditionally, wood flooring has been available mainly in plank style. However, more and more modern interiors are gravitating towards intricate patterns, with herringbone leading the way, closely followed by the chevron style. When you examine examples of herringbone wood flooring, it’s evident that these options are generally more expensive than their traditional plank counterparts. This…

LVT or LVP: Which Is the Best?

LVT or LVP: Which Is the Best?

LVT and LVP are often confused as they are both variants of Luxury Vinyl Flooring. While the two share similarities in some respects, they differ significantly in others. In this article, we answer a common question we receive at Wood and Beyond: Which is the best choice, LVT or LVP? LVT and LVP Composition The…

What Is Stone Plastic Flooring?

What Is Stone Plastic Flooring?

Of the many flooring options available for your home or commercial premises, Stone Plastic Flooring, or SPC for short, is rapidly gaining in popularity. If you’re unsure about what Stone Plastic Flooring entails, you’ve come to the right place. With over 15 years of flooring experience, Wood and Beyond is well-positioned to answer all your…

Best Wooden Effect Flooring

Best Wooden Effect Flooring

If your budget doesn’t allow for natural wooden flooring or the limitations of natural wood makes this flooring type unsuitable for your project and you still want a natural wood look, you are left with fantastic alternatives. Wooden effect flooring is widely used in residential and commercial properties due the authentic wood effect look that…

What Does SPC Flooring Stand For?

What Does SPC Flooring Stand For?

Stone Plastic Composite, commonly abbreviated as SPC, is the latest core material to feature in the construction of luxury vinyl flooring. As an alternative to Wood Plastic Composite (WPC), SPC offers superior robustness, water resistance, ease of installation, durability, and aesthetic appeal, especially when used in tile, plank, and herringbone vinyl flooring. This places SPC…

What Are the Disadvantages of LVP Flooring?

What Are the Disadvantages of LVP Flooring?

Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) flooring, also known as Engineered Vinyl Plank (EVP), is an increasingly popular choice often set alongside laminate and engineered wood flooring. Although LVP flooring is versatile and well-suited for most settings, it’s essential to examine its disadvantages as no flooring option is completely flawless. This article delves into the drawbacks of…

WPC Flooring Meaning

WPC Flooring Meaning

Wood Plastic Composite or WPC for short is the backbone of certain indoor and outdoor flooring types. Most commonly it is found in the composition of vinyl plank flooring, a type of wood effect flooring that resembles the look of real wood flooring, thanks to the use of a realistic top printed layer. You may…