Are you looking for a more durable alternative to hardwood and laminate? Maybe you want to add the natural looks of wood to your kitchen or bathroom? Be sure to visit First Floors Carpet One in Dallas and Waxahachie to check out our selection of Mannington Adura Max. Adura Max is a 100% waterproof luxury vinyl flooring option that is available in authentic wood and stone looks.
Adura Max combines premium performance with natural looks because of its layered construction. The top layer, which is called the wear layer, features Mannington’s ScratchResist technology, so it will protect the planks and tiles from virtually all scratches and scuffs. As a result, Adura Max will never need to be refinished or resealed. Underneath the wear layer is a special design layer that has an authentic wood and stone visual. With this design layer, Adura Max will be virtually indistinguishable from real wood and stone.
What sets Adura Max apart from wood, laminate, and even other luxury vinyl flooring options is the HydroLoc Core. This core, which is totally waterproof, prevents the planks and tiles from ever expanding or contracting when exposed to moisture. Also, because of the strong core, Adura Max will not crack or collapse from heavy foot traffic and other impacts. In addition, Adura Max has an attached Ultra-Quiet Pad for extra comfort and sound resistance underfoot.
Adura Max is available in 6”x48” planks and 12”x24” tiles, and it can be installed using Mannington’s LockSolid installation method. What’s great about LockSolid? The planks and tiles will perfectly attach and click together for a gapless installation that does not require messy adhesives.
Be sure to visit our Dallas and Waxahachie showrooms to check out Adura Max and our other luxury vinyl flooring options. Visit our luxury vinyl page.
Adura Max Planks
Adura Max is available in 6"x48" planks that look and feel exactly like real wood planks. These planks, however, are 100% waterproof and wear resistant.
Adura Max Rectangles
Adura Max Rectangles are 12"x24" alternatives to stone tile. They are more durable and more comfortable underfoot than stone.
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