Pro-Tek™ Luxury Click Vinyl Flooring
If you're looking for high-quality luxury click vinyl flooring in the UK, look no further than Pro-Tek™ Flooring. We offer a wide range of LVT options perfect for any room in your home, including kitchens and bathrooms. Our floors are naturally warm underfoot and scratch-resistant, ideal for families with children or pets. With such a vast range of vinyl flooring to choose from, we’re sure to have the perfect option for you!
12 stunning herringbones, each with a rich variety of hues creating individual and statement floors every time. Affordable and practical style for any space.
Essential planks offer a high quality, low-cost option for larger accommodation projects. With two contemporary greys and two timeless wood finishes, complementing any design and environment.
8 Pro-Tek™ Editions tile design that come in marble, slate and travertine with a natural texture. Warmer Underfoot than real tiles.
New to the range, the Editions Classic collection offers 14 style and colour options, all with 100% waterproof core. Great value and ideal for all spaces.
Excel Longplank is a selection of 10 longer length planks which look great in larger, open plan areas or hallways with less joins creating a more seamless visual flow.
18 Wood design planks with a natural texture for additional authenticity. 100% waterproof and highly durable with WPC core.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Connecting one vinyl panel to the next is relatively straightforward. You simply click one board into the next. But for the best results, you should hire a professional flooring installer. There are several tasks involved in the installation of vinyl click flooring, including the use of spacers and the creation of expansion gaps. There’s also the fitting of the underlay to consider. And while the process of ‘clicking’ the boards together might be simple, you still need to cut them to length when you hit walls and doors — which requires skill and a range of specialist tools.
LVT and LVP are both types of luxury vinyl flooring, but they deliver very different aesthetic outcomes. Luxury vinyl tiles are designed to look like tiles — they’re similarly shaped and very often feature a classic tile effect. Luxury vinyl plank, however, is designed to closely resemble a traditional hardwood floorboard. A lot of customers prefer LVT in a bathroom or kitchen and LVP in a living space.
We believe luxury vinyl floors are cost-effective, robust and low-maintenance, which is why we recommend them to so many of our customers. While it is possible to scratch luxury vinyl, hardwood flooring scratches a lot more easily. Easy to install, hard-wearing and available in a multitude of designs and finishes, luxury vinyl is a fantastic choice for people in search of a relatively affordable floor that’s easy to clean.
You may have heard both terms used to describe vinyl flooring, and that’s because LVT is a type of luxury vinyl. The great thing about this versatile flooring is that it can be fitted in any type of space. But if you want to create a tiled effect in your bathroom, for example, luxury vinyl tile (LVT) is a great way to do so with hard-wearing vinyl. We supply luxury vinyl in tiles, planks and sheets. But the great thing about choosing tiles is they can be easily replaced when they get damaged. You don’t need to replace the entire floor if you notice a scratch or gouge.
We’re often asked to recreate the look and feel of a real wood floor on a budget. We believe one of the best ways to do this is with engineered vinyl flooring. This ultra-realistic material is comprised of a vinyl top layer that’s usually designed to look just like hardwood or tile. But at the core of engineered vinyl flooring is MDF or DHF. The layers are securely fastened together and mounted onto a secure backing — giving you a highly durable and aesthetically pleasing floor surface.
Vinyl flooring is a highly durable, waterproof flooring material made by combining two or more layers of man-made substances. The layers are ‘sandwiched’ together to increase strength and durability. The top layer is designed to recreate the look or feel of a premium flooring material, such as hardwood, stone or tile. High-quality vinyl also delivers cushioning and sound-absorption qualities — at a fraction of the cost of real stone, wood or tile floors.
LVT (luxury vinyl tile) is usually produced in the shape as tiles, and it is often designed to ‘click’ together during the installation process. Versatile, hard-wearing and very easy to clean, LVT gives people the option of premium floor surfaces at affordable prices. For example, if you want a stone floor in your kitchen but you don’t have the required budget, stone-effect LVT will deliver the look without the price tag. LVT is one of the most popular flooring materials on the market today because of its practicality, durability and cost-effectiveness.