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Vinyl Flooring in Texas

Vinyl flooring looks and feels just like natural hardwood, tile, and stone. It’s incredibly durable, easy to maintain, comfortable, and affordable. At Casey Carpet One Floor & Home, we have an impressive array of vinyl flooring products to match any style, budget, and lifestyle. Visit one of our showroom locations in Lubbock or Amarillo to learn more and view our flooring samples.


Which Type of Vinyl Should I Use?


Modern vinyl flooring comes in two main categories: vinyl tile and vinyl plank.



What’s the Difference Between Waterproof Vinyl and Moisture Resistant Vinyl?


Most vinyl flooring is moisture resistant. We also offer completely waterproof vinyl.




Where Can I Install Vinyl Flooring?


One of the most significant benefits of vinyl flooring is its sheer versatility. Unlike solid wood, vinyl planks can go both below and above grade, and in high-moisture, humid settings. Install vinyl everywhere, including


Planning Your Vinyl Flooring Installation


Our local experts will explain the ins-and-outs of vinyl’s simple and affordable installation process. Installation of vinyl flooring is simple and requires minimal preparation beyond simply having a dry, flat, and clean subfloor. Installation options include floating floors or glued down. If installed as a floating floor, it can be available to walk on the same day as installation.


Our Vinyl Flooring Selection


We have a wide range of the best vinyl plank flooring and vinyl tile products available today. You’ll find the best vinyl brands like Pergo Extreme, Invincible H20, COREtec, Armstrong, and Mannington Adura Max. We have the most competitive vinyl flooring prices in the area. If you’re interested in learning more about this innovative type of flooring, contact us today, or shop our products online right now.



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Caring for Vinyl Flooring


One of vinyl flooring’s most prominent features

is its wear layer. It’s treated with urethane, which

makes the floor incredibly durable and able to resist

scratches, scuffs, and stains. Still, it’s important to do

your part when it comes to maintenance.