What is LVT flooring?

Luxury Vinyl Tiles are a flooring choice that comes in a multitude of designs, generally, the product has the look of real wood, tiles or stone flooring but offers a variety of practical benefits for everyday use. If you are looking for authentic flooring options for your home but don’t want the upkeep of natural products this may be the best choice for you.

LVT or Laminate flooring?

Both LVT and laminate flooring comprise layers, however, LVTs main make up is PVC vinyl, making this choice flexible and stable. Installation for both is different, laminate flooring needs room to expand as it is classed as a floating floor system, meaning it should not be nailed or glued to the floor. If there is not enough room left for laminate flooring to expand it can buckle and warp the design. LVT, on the other hand, can be glued down fully upon installation, whether this is the LVT tile being glued straight onto the subfloor or using glueless self-locking edge systems, like laminate.


To summarise, if you are conscious of major issues that water and moisture can cause on laminate flooring, LVT is the choice for you. Luxury vinyl tiles are extremely heavy duty and are produced in LVT tiles and planks.

Supply N Fit is home to a team of specialist LVT fitters who work across the North East. With over 30 years experience and a mobile showroom, we are able to bring our LVT samples to your home. This unique service means that our customers can sit back, relax and enjoy the process of buying new flooring for their homes. Bringing the showroom to you also allows our team to help make opinions based on your home decor and day to day home runnning.

Please rest assured that when offering our at home showroom service, we are also taking COVID-19 into consideration. Ensuring our employees and customers safety is a priority is key to Supply N Fit. Our team of specialists are extremely happy to accommodate any requests you may have to ensure you feel comfortable at all times.

Looking for LVT flooring in Middlesbrough? Look no further than Supply N Fit Flooring.