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Posted by Kari Montoya on Sep 6, 2020 9:15:00 AM

Very few design elements transition between formal and informal living as nicely as Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring. While the idea of vinyl flooring has been around since the 1930’s, today’s product is nothing like the PVC tiles of the past century. Well-proportioned and eminently livable, Luxury Vinyl Planks are premium surfaces for a busy home—water resistant, easy to clean, and good looking.


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Shaw Flooring

At Adair Homes, we’ve chosen Shaw Flooring as our LVP product supplier of choice. Shaw’s long history and authority in the flooring marketplace make them an ideal partner for Adair Homes. Their range of wood and tile look-alike products simplify the search for the perfect floor. Don’t believe us? Take a virtual tour through our newest plan, The Alturas.

Seamlessly elegant, Shaw’s Presto Plus Weathered Barnboards (pictured above) are major value-adds to the custom home—but at a price point that doesn’t bite the budget. Expensive full-grain wood floors are coveted for their unique patina and timeless appearance—and these floors? You’d be hard pressed to tell the difference by looks alone. And when it comes to durability, longevity, and daily care, there is no comparison.

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“I recommend LVP as a great, long lasting, durable flooring, designed to hold up in many conditions. It is scratch resistant, water proof in its design, and very nice to look at. An added benefit, is that it keeps to the temperature of the room, rather than being cold on the feet like tile. Makes a great bathroom surface for a less than tile price.” - Heidi, Design Options Coordinator

Your Style

And did we mention, chic? There is a luxury vinyl plank for every style imaginable. A monochromatic flooring highlights modern living. Rustic homes shine with detail laden boards that replicate antique wood. And if you’re going for the traditional Craftsman, Shaw makes a cedar look-alike that will please every tastemaker. It’s just a matter of style.

Years ago it was popular to use multiple types of flooring throughout a custom home. Carpet in the bedrooms (and sometimes baths!), tile in laundry rooms, wood flooring or laminate in the kitchen. Today, you can safely lay this advice to rest. LVP goes in every room! Adair customers are building everywhere from the mild-climate of Washington, to the arid and dry deserts of Arizona. There has never before been a flooring product that transitioned as well as the LVP of today. Used from the kitchen to the bedroom, this flooring is kind on the feet, looks great, and doesn’t require a separate set of care instructions for different climate zones. 

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Building a custom home involves making a lot of decisions everyday. We get it. But Luxury Vinyl Plank? Well, that decision makes itself.


About Adair Homes

With 50-plus years in the industry, Adair’s long term commitment to treating each customer with honesty, integrity, and respect has paid off, 21,000 customers strong and counting. 

At Adair Homes, our mission states: it is our privilege to build our customers the home they have always dreamed of. We believe in providing the greatest value for our customer’s dollar and finding innovative ways to value engineer homes. We believe that we can offer an outstanding customer experience that is both enjoyable and rewarding—and offer this one-of-a-kind customer experience as the largest on-your-lot builder in the West. For more info, get in touch with us here or call 1-844-518-7072.