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Luxury Vinyl Flooring Stores in Wyoming


Vinyl flooring boasts both outer and inner beauty. With an outer façade inspired by Mother Nature. Our vinyl flooring is prized for its water-resisting capabilities and durability.

At Carpet One Floor & Home in Cheyenne, Laramie, and Casper, Wyoming, we’re your local vinyl flooring experts and can help you plan your project from start to finish using the best vinyl. Here’s the lowdown on luxury vinyl.


What Types of Vinyl Flooring Are There?


The two main types of vinyl flooring today are planks and tiles. As opposed to sheet vinyl, they come in individual floor panels that are installed piece by piece.




Is Vinyl Flooring Actually Waterproof?


Many vinyl floors are waterproof, but it’s an exception not a rule.


Waterproof vinyl flooring is designed using a layered construction that has a watertight barrier and state-of-the-art core technology. While most vinyl plank and tile are water-resistant, spills that aren’t cleaned up right away can sink beneath the surface. This causes the floor to crack, warp, and cup, or even damage the subfloor, leading to expensive repairs down the line.


Waterproof flooring is a particularly great option for active families, pet owners, and commercial buildings.


Where Can I Install a Vinyl Floor?


For the most part, vinyl flooring can be installed anywhere in the home. It’s a top flooring choice for commercial settings and businesses with high-traffic settings.


Install vinyl plank or vinyl tile everywhere under your roof, including:



Discover Our Vinyl Flooring Selection


At Carpet One Floor & Home we strive to meet the changing needs of our customers. When you told us you needed a floor that works as hard as you do, we were listening.


These days, we carry only the best vinyl flooring brands at our showroom locations. Visit us in Cheyenne, Laramie, or Casper, and let us help you find the perfect one for your home. Stretched for time? Browse our vinyl flooring online right now.



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Maintaining Your Vinyl Floor 

Compared to hardwood and even tile, vinyl flooring is easy to maintain. It can handle spills and stains, and it also will rarely, if ever, scratch or scuff.




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