Cortex Flooring

Cortex Flooring

Luxe Plank Luxury Vinyl Bring the beauty of natural hardwood or stone to any room in your home with our innovative Luxe Plank waterproof flooring. Bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, basements and beyond – no area is off limits! Luxe Plank waterproof flooring is available in a striking array of hardwood designs and colors. Choose from exotic fruitwood, empire bamboo, Peruvian walnut and many other irresistible wood species. This luxury vinyl flooring is available in two different collections. Both are easy to install for beginner DIYers. Luxe Plank with Lynx™ Technology with wood visuals Luxe Plank with FasTak™ Installation with wood and stone visuals View Luxe Vinyl Flooring Designed for Active Living Whatever your household challenges may be, our Luxe Plank collections deliver waterproof* flooring with commercial-grade durability at an affordable price. Luxe Plank can be installed throughout your home. Its unique construction has a thicker, enhanced urethane coating that resists scratches, stains and wear. Clean-up is a breeze! 100% waterproof planks– perfect for baths, kitchens, basements and laundry rooms Tough commercial grade surface resists scratches, stains and wear, makes cleanup easy Kids, pets, heavy traffic – Luxe Plank flooring handles it all with style Both Luxe Plank with FasTak Installation and Luxe Plank with Rigid Core Technology are structurally reinforced for long-lasting resilience. Luxe Plank brings effortless style to any room! *See warranty for details. Waterproof Flooring with A Floating Floor Installation This Luxe Plank collection is installed using exclusive Lynx Technology. This installation method uses pressure-sensitive adhesive on planks to create a floating floor. Planks attach to each other, not the subfloor. Perfect for DIYers! Luxe Plank designs with Lynx® Technology feature traditional, exotic and distressed wood looks. Colors range from classic browns to red and gold tones. Beneath the wear-resistant, transparent top layer are rich visuals that look as natural as authentic hardwood. Lynx Technology, with its exclusive pressure-sensitive adhesive, makes Luxe easy to install. Download Installation Instructions Waterproof Flooring with A Self-Adhesive Installation DIYers love how this collection installs! The FasTak Installation method features a revolutionary repositionable self-adhesive on each plank. Just position and press into place. No glue, no pads, no special tools required. Enjoy your floor right away! Inspired by nature, but designed for today’s active lifestyles, Luxe Plank with FasTak brings the outdoors into your home with exotic, rustic and contemporary hardwood looks along with remarkably realistic stone visuals. Download Installation Instructions Waterproof Flooring with Rigid Core Installation The perfect solution for uneven subfloors. Fast and simple locking technology secures the planks together and beautifully hides minor subfloor irregularities and can be installed with no assimilation time. This waterproof flooring is comprised of thick, sturdy planks integrated with a rigid composite core and backed with an acoustic cork underlayment. Engineered to reduce sound and compensate for slight subfloor irregularities, Armstrong Quiet Comfort Luxury Flooring Underlayment is ideal for use with Luxe Plank luxury vinyl flooring. Download Installation Instructions Transform Any Room in a Single Day Luxe Plank™ waterproof flooring is so easy to install, you can makeover your basement, bathroom, laundry room or kitchen in just a few hours. There’s no lengthy prep time – and you can even install it over existing vinyl or tile. With no messy glue to dry, you can enjoy your new floor immediately. All it takes is Luxe Plank and a little inspiration to take any room from dull to daring in just one day.
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Cortex Flooring

Flooring at Lowe’s Whether you’re looking for laminate flooring or vinyl flooring, hardwood, tile or carpet, Lowe’s has everything you need to create the perfect look for your home. Find bamboo flooring or a comfortable cork flooring for your living space. At Lowe’s, you’ll find great savings on linoleum floor, wood flooring, laminate wood flooring, engineered wood flooring, rubber flooring and vinyl plank flooring. Looking for tile flooring? Shop our selection of Emser Tile, floor tile and even tile that looks like wood. If you’re looking for carpet that best fits your lifestyle, Lowe’s carries a wide selection of STAINMASTER® carpet and Shaw flooring. You can choose from an array of different carpet styles including Mohawk Carpet and Shaw Carpet. You can even find options for outdoor carpet. From a wide selection of area rugs and carpet runners to accessories like wall base and underfloor heating, you’ll find customizable solutions to all your flooring needs at Lowe’s.
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Cortex Flooring

Whether you’re looking for laminate flooring or vinyl flooring, hardwood, tile or carpet, Lowe’s has everything you need to create the perfect look for your home. Find bamboo flooring or a comfortable cork flooring for your living space. At Lowe’s, you’ll find great savings on linoleum floor, wood flooring, laminate wood flooring, engineered wood flooring, rubber flooring and vinyl plank flooring. Looking for tile flooring? Shop our selection of Emser Tile, floor tile and even tile that looks like wood. If you’re looking for carpet that best fits your lifestyle, Lowe’s carries a wide selection of STAINMASTER® carpet and Shaw flooring. You can choose from an array of different carpet styles including Mohawk Carpet and Shaw Carpet. You can even find options for outdoor carpet. From a wide selection of area rugs and carpet runners to accessories like wall base and underfloor heating, you’ll find customizable solutions to all your flooring needs at Lowe’s.
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Cortex Flooring

Flooring Girl – Great blog and review on CoreTec. We have been agonizing over a much needed floor replacement for approximately 14 months now, due to a minor flood due to a hole in a copper pipe under the slab foundation of our Master Bathroom. Due to both that and being past ready to replace 20 year old carpeting, we will be doing approximately 1,200 sq ft of our 2,400 sq ft house in Coretec. I found the link to your blog via Houzz. I have already read through the 500++ comments on the discussion thread on the pros & cons of Coretec. For the most part the comments there are positive, but a handful of negative comments have made me have an anxiety attack about making this committment. We finally narrowed our selection down to the Montrose Oak. It was recently mentioned in a previous post. I can definitely confirm that Montrose Oak has been available in the Coretec Plus XL for well over a year plus. We also drawn to the Acacia, but decided it was too smooth and shiny to pass for a good imitation of wood flooring. The Montrose Oak is a great color for pulling together the colors in our 4 rooms with our current furniture. Part of me is reluctant to commit to this color, as it does not seem to be popular amongst those commenting on the product. Our home decor is essentially traditional; and I try to steer clear of anything of a very trendy nature, as I don’t want to feel a couple of years down the road that our flooring may look dated. After taking early retirement from our jobs in Stamford, CT (your general areanI believe), we relocated to our home here in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Like all homes in this area, our house is built on a slab foundation. Although I would like to have real wood flooring in a medium dark distressed finish, we have a lot of factors working against us, including our 22 lb Cocker Spaniel. Given the humidity and high water tables, in addition to the necessary installation of glue and or nailing it down, real wood does not appear to be an option. However, with the community we live in there tends to be a real “snob” factor in favor of hardwood flooring. I have every reason to believe that my Husband and I will live out our the rest of our years here, and yet the idea of a potential move and resale of our house, it does concern me as to how CoreTec may impact the value of our home. I am hoping that potential buyers will appreciate the durability and low maintenance of Coretec. I have read a couple of other posts in Houzz, wherein people emphasized the need for acclimation. But I did read in one of your posts that acclimation is not necessary with this product. Due to too too many “accidents” by our dog over the years, and the extra thick carpet padding we had, we are opting to have an acid wash of the cement slab and a moisture barrier applied underneath the Coretec. Would you reccomend the sheeting style of barrier, or the painted on moisture barrier? As you can tell from this overly long post, I am still having some anxiety with committing to Coretec. Another deterent for us, was hearing of the soon to be released HD version of Coretec, that has since been released. From the color choice that I have seen to date, most appear to be lighter in color, and have more of a rustic cottage style appearance vs. the darker brown traditional looking style that I am drawn to. I have been researching this product for over a year now. When I tried using the Consumer Reports website as a resource, Coretec was not even on their radar as a potential LVP product. Is there any other LVP product or other type of a very durable and low maintenance flooring that you would recommend over Coretec? I had heard some good reports on Adura and a Armstrong / Congoleum product. I really hope you can help point me in the right direction, as my inability to commit is driving me crazy. Thanks in advance for any advice or direction you can give us on making a flooring choice.

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