Re: Hybrid Flooring vs Luxury Vinyl Plank2
Jul 23, 2018 8:45 am
We are seriously looking at Hybrid - benefits for us where the ability to go over a heated slab, longer lengths (eg Godfrey Hirst Napier are 1.8m) and the acoustic backing.
Downside is they require an expansion gap so don’t give a neat a finish as vinyl.
Re: Hybrid Flooring vs Luxury Vinyl Plank3
Nov 27, 2018 4:09 pm
I looked at the Karndean vinly planks today and they look great.
Then went to another store and they tried to steer me away from vinyl and toward hybrid.
He stated he wouldn't touch vinyl as it ends up with gaps due to expansion and contraction and then showed me showroom vinyl which had about 2mm gaps at ends of planks as he suggested.
Now I'm confused......
Re: Hybrid Flooring vs Luxury Vinyl Plank4
Jan 22, 2019 9:37 am
I found this post and like some of you here, I am confused about whether to put down hybrid flooring or vinyl planks. Those of you who weren't sure, what did you end up doing and how are you finding them?
Re: Hybrid Flooring vs Luxury Vinyl Plank6
Mar 21, 2019 9:21 pm
Interested to see NellieB and Bebbsy that you are having the same decision making problem as me.
Ive fallen for the Heartridge Smoked Oak finish, but this product is available in both Hybrid and LVP. I would love some feedback on these products, which is more durable and is the hybrid noisy?
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We too are looking for a similar size. Looked at couple of brands. Godfrey Hirst, abode. We are looking at Hibrid not vinyl. I guess we need to factor scratch resistance…