Who makes Nuvelle flooring?
Nuvelle Waterproof SPC Vinyl Floors by Hurst Hardwoods | Hurst Hardwoods.
Where is Nuvelle vinyl flooring made?
Riviera Beach, FL
Nuvelle Hardwood floors are made with smooth finishes as well as hand scraped options. Our hardwood flooring products are durable and beautiful with many textures and colors to choose from. Based out of Riviera Beach, FL, we service the entire country.
How do you clean Nuvelle vinyl plank flooring?
A broom or hardwood vacuum cleaner without a beater bar are the best methods for cleaning dirt and debris. When you need a deeper clean, use a damp mop with a cleaner designed for no-wax vinyl floors. Avoid using bleach, harsh chemicals, or abrasives on your Nuvelle flooring.
What is the difference between engineered vinyl plank and luxury vinyl plank flooring?
The main difference between a Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) and an Engineered Vinyl Plank (EVP) is the core materials and durability. Both EVP and LVP have their pros and cons, but EVP has a superior core material than LVP, thus the best flooring around. Vinyl floors have been around since the 1930s.
How much does WPC flooring cost?
High-quality LVP like WPC vinyl flooring generally costs between $4 and $12 per square foot for materials alone. If you hire a professional, the cost to install vinyl plank flooring ranges between $1.50 and $6.00 per square foot.
What is SPC vinyl flooring?
Stone plastic composite, solid polymer core, or SPC flooring, is a vinyl flooring material that has a rigid core made from powdered limestone, polyvinyl chloride and stabilizers. Sometimes, you might see it referred to as “stone polymer composite flooring.” It is dense, dimensionally stable, quiet and strong.
Does EVP need underlayment?
Underlayment padding is not required for the installation of this product. However underlayment pads can help smooth out minor subfloor imperfections, add extra moisture protection, insulation, and sound control properties.
What is the best thickness for vinyl plank flooring?
Choose a thickness of 5 mm (0.20 in) or more for the highest quality. The thickest vinyl planks can be anywhere from 5 mm (0.20 in) to over 8 mm (0.31 in) thick. These planks cost the most, but they are also the most durable and usually look the most like real wood.