Get a luxury vinyl tile (LVT) floor that looks amazing and will last the test of time.
Poor installation will shorten the life of your floor and make it look ugly. You deserve more.
Get expert advice to make sure you get the right product for your home
Your floor will look perfect and last for years to come with our floor preparation
Luxury vinyl tiles need a specialist installation team to get them just right
Unlike many installers we give you a double installation guarantee where in the unlikely event of any issues with your floor we will put them right.
Terms: Product defects are covered by the product warranty. Must be installation issues.
Innovative home owners want that design floor look from luxury vinyl tiles (LVTs) but are often overwhelmed by the products on offer from brands such as Amtico, Karndean and Moduleo not realising that they need a specialist installation. Ward Flooring Solutions offer a comprehensive LVT service in Thanet and across Kent, from design to installation with thorough sub-floor preparation making sure your new design floor stays perfect and seamless for years to come.
Yes, we certainly do but we also do other ranges that are equally as good and slightly cheaper too.
Yes, of course. We offer a free quotation and will advise on the exact solution that is required to obtain your perfect floor
Ideally, yes, however if they are firmly in place and are not showing signs of breaking up, we can apply a primer and then the relevant latex compound over the top to achieve the smooth surface that would be then required to apply your choice of flooring.
Yes, they can be installed without any fear of this happening. All of the LVTs that are produced are UV resistant to direct sunlight.
A high-temperature fibre-reinforced adhesive is used to counteract the differences in extreme temperature. In areas that are prone to water spillages (such as bathrooms with children maybe splashing bath water), an epoxy 2-part waterproof adhesive would be used.
We would make sure that any loose boards are secured and then use a 6mm flooring grade plywood (9mm if the floor is badly worn), which is mechanically secured using a collated nail gun. The surface is then suitable for your choice of floor finish.
Obviously everybody has their own personal preference, but LVTs are generally warmer to walk on and are certainly more durable if you have pets and children running around. They are easier to maintain, and if something heavy is dropped on them they are less likely to be damaged.
Rely on us. We regularly work with Architects, Builders and Kitchen designers to fulfil the floor on their projects.