We are looking forward to replacing carpeting with luxury vinyl plank flooring. The only drawback is one large piece of furniture. We have a HUGE oak icebox. Not one of those cute little reproductions. It's a bit over 6 feet tall, over 7 feet wide, and almost 3 feet deep. I don't know the weight, but I'm sure it's over 500 pounds and could be 1,000 pounds. At some point, this was in a store or business at the turn of the century. Years ago we removed the insulating interior material with shelves and mirrors and transformed this into a beautiful armoire. Unfortunately, the guy who did the conversion for us put very small wheels on the bottom. Since we placed it on a carpeted flooring 20 years ago, it wasn't an issue. But, now I'm concerned about what we will do when trying to position it on luxury vinyl plank. I may be able to remove the small wheels. That would leave the weight spread out a bit more. Just wondering if there are any ideas out there about how to protect the vinyl flooring and whether this is too much weight for luxury vinyl plank flooring. I've attached a photo. Our house isn't usually quite this messy, but we're having drywall done in several rooms so everything is stacked up in the living room. Thanks.