Absolutely! We know how style-conscious Houston can be, so we want to assure you that a plank is available in the whitewashed or gray, even when it is vinyl.

These colors are trending right now and will be in the year 2020.

Not only do you have the luxury of obtaining this trend, but all of the other trends in wood, tile, or stone. You can get knots, swirls, and raised grains; honed, natural, and polished stone looks; and all the latest colors and multi blends of tile. The flooring is visually appealing and fits into any interior design style.

Each plank is cut and then mounted to a board to look like timber or stone (it can also be cut in tile-size). Vinyl tends to be durable anyway but this has a clear top wear layer that keeps the entire floor scratch and stain resistant to give you the luxury of easy maintenance.​

Sometimes we'll hear people ask this question: "If I want wood floors why don't I just get them?" That has two answers: One is affordability. While genuine hardwood can be quite cost-effective in the long-term, there is some sticker shock at the initial price. It might just be a time when the wallet says "no." This vinyl flooring, cut into a plank, gives new meaning to the phrase "affordable luxury."

The other reason is that hardwood is damaged by excess water so it cannot be installed in places like the bathroom or laundry room. Since this is waterproof flooring, you can finally get the look in the bathroom, as well as in a stylish laundry room; after all, just because it's a working space doesn't mean it isn't an integral part of the house!

Is standing on it easier?

Yes, vinyl is softer and more flexible, but if you want more cushioning, the plank flooring can also come with an underlayment. It's also easy to care for with just a broom and a mop; it's also a DIY-friendly installation, with glue-down, peel-and-stick, or click-and-lock methods.

For more information, visit the A+ Floors 4U showroom in Katy, TX.