LL Flooring Launches Duravana, Eco-Friendly Hybrid Resilient Flooring Perfect for Families

This new hybrid flooring is waterproof, dent-resistant and perfect for families with kids and pets.

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November 15, 2021

Shopping for hard surface flooring often means choosing between style and function. True hardwood planks are absolutely beautiful, but they’re delicate. Some can scratch easily, dent easily and stain easily. Vinyl flooring, on the other hand, can withstand a lot of life in your home, from pet claws to leaky sippy cups, but vinyl isn’t the most attractive. And faux wood flooring can look really, really cheap. If you’re shopping for new flooring and you’re stuck between aesthetic and durability, LL Flooring has you covered. The new Duravana Hybrid Resilient Flooring combines the best of wood, vinyl and laminate into one super plank that’s perfect for families. Read on to see why this flooring checks all the boxes, plus shop our favorite styles from the new collection.

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Durable for Families

Duravana flooring is made up of multiple layers so you get the benefits of multiple types of hard flooring. There’s a core wood layer, but there is no vinyl in the product. The planks themselves are waterproof, and the flooring also features a “water-tight locking mechanism to provide double protection from everyday spills and accidents.” In addition to spills, these planks can withstand a serious beating. LL Flooring says they’re 50 percent more wear-resistant than premium vinyl and (pet owners, this one’s for you!) scratch resistant.

Eco-Friendly for the Forest

Quality aside, when shopping for flooring, materials matter. And LL Flooring is doubling down on eco-friendly design. The new Duravana flooring is 100-percent PVC-free and GreenGuard certified for low chemical emissions. Plus, the wood itself is manufactured from responsibly managed forests certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.

So Easy and Actually Stylish

For faux-ish flooring, Duravana looks good. Really good. And here’s why: the protective layer mimics natural wood grain. So you get the texture of wood flooring, too. Plus, it’s surprisingly easy to DIY thanks to the rigid core and click installation design.

How to Buy

Browse all of the new Duravana Hybrid Resilient Flooring options at LL Flooring, and choose the perfect style for your home.

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