Vinyl Tile Flooring

(Luxury Vinyl Tile)

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Vinyl Tile Flooring
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Luxury vinyl tile flooring combines the beauty of natural stone, tile, and wood with the time-proven durability of vinyl. Many homeowners choose vinyl tile because it is water resistant, repels stains, and is strong enough for busy entry ways, kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms. Plus, luxury vinyl tile floors can be grouted, like tile, for an even more authentic look.

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About Vinyl Tile Flooring (Luxury Vinyl Tile)

  • Extremely durable, low maintenance floor that looks like high-end tile
  • Water resistant: Great for rooms that see moisture from sinks, showers, or entryways
  • Highly resistant to scratches, scuffs, and stains
  • Option to install with or without grout lines
  • Can be installed below grade and over concrete slab subfloors
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If you’ve ever spent time in a home or room with tile flooring, you know that it can be extremely cold underfoot and uncomfortable to walk one. Plus, doesn’t muffle sound very well. Luxury vinyl tile flooring is the best alternative to tile because it has the authentic look of stone, but its “foot-friendly” because it feels warmer and softer underfoot than ceramic/porcelain tile.

WHY CHOOSE Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring?

Budget-Friendly Option for a Tile or Wood Look

Many stylish options available (including marble, slate, travertine, and even wood) that look and feel like expensive stone or tile, but won’t max out your budget like the real thing.

Highly Durable

Vinyl tile is made to resist water, stains, scratches, and scuffs and holds up to wear and tear, making it a great option for kitchens, entryways, bathrooms, and laundry rooms.

Easy to Clean and Maintain

Vinyl tile requires minimal maintenance. Simply vacuum and occasionally mop to keep them looking their best.

<b>ONE OF THE BEST FLOORS</b> for Wet Areas


Rooms in your home that see spills, dampness, moisture, or are flat our wet, need a floor that can handle moisture. Vinyl tile flooring is moisture resistant, has a slip-resistant surface, and won’t grow mold or mildew, making it an ideal choice for wet areas. Luxury vinyl tile flooring also has a water-resistant solid surface that can be exposed to water without damage.

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What is Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring?

Luxury vinyl tile is an affordable flooring option if you want a real natural stone, ceramic tile, or even wood look at a lower cost. Luxury vinyl tile is constructed from the top with a wear layer, a high-res image layer, a protective core and finally a backing. It’s easy to clean and maintain and highly durable – most spills, stains, fading, and other daily wear and tear aren’t an issue with vinyl tile.

Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring in Many Colors and Styles

Luxury vinyl tile is a great choice if you’re looking for a tough flooring option that works well in high-traffic areas and rooms. You can choose from unique stone, ceramic, and even wood designs and patterns. Finding the right luxury vinyl tile is an important decision and Empire will help you choose the perfect floor that will not only set the tone for the room, but last. When you choose one of the quality luxury vinyl tile flooring options, a flooring professional will schedule your installation around your schedule!

Easy Process, Installation, and High-End Customer Service

Empire has installed quality luxury vinyl tile flooring for many homeowners over the last 60 years. Our mission is to make the flooring buying process easy. A flooring professional will visit you at your home, around your schedule, and bring the luxury vinyl tile flooring samples. This allows you to look at the samples in your own home and coordinate with your décor. The flooring professional will measure all of the rooms and areas for installation, and the professional installation team will move your furniture, get rid of your old flooring, and replace it with your new, quality luxury vinyl tile flooring.