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About Vinyl Flooring

If you are looking for a flooring material that will give you enough design options to choose from while at the same time being great at resisting moisture and easy to care for, congratulations, you have found it!

Being created in 1920 by accident, today Vinyl is the most popular type of resilient flooring. Because of its characteristics vinyl is often used where there is a certain danger of liquid spills, like the kitchen and the bathroom.

However, with modern advancements in manufacturing technology, it’s become possible to imitate look and texture of all natural materials and to use vinyl flooring pretty much everywhere in the house without a second thought.

Vinyl Floor Sheets

Sheet vinyl is ‘the original’ vinyl flooring. It’s a single roll of vinyl that’s usually between 6 to 12 feet wide. Because of the bigger surface area, sheet vinyl can cover the same amount of space and leave behind fewer seams than a vinyl plank or tile flooring. This makes vinyl sheet even more durable than same material alternatives when it comes to installing the floor in bathrooms and kitchens.

Vinyl Tile Flooring

Vinyl tile flooring is constructed from smaller individual pieces of vinyl that are shaped like a square. When assembled they give the appearance of a tile flooring. Vinyl tiles come in a wide range of patterns and can imitate natural materials like stone and ceramic tile flooring. The main benefit of installing vinyl floor tiles is that they are easier to replace than any alternative flooring option including sheet vinyl. Having individual pieces make it possible to exchange just the damaged tile, it’s less time consuming and more economical. Most vinyl tiles available on the market today already come with an adhesive backing for a simpler installation.Vinyl tile flooring also gives you the possibility to arrange a unique pattern by mixing different tiles.

Vinyl Plank Flooring

Vinyl plank floors operate using the same principle as tile vinyl floors. The main difference is their shape. Vinyl plank flooring is designed to make your floor look like hardwood without you having to pay nearly as much. Just like with every other flooring option trying to imitate real wood flooring, some vinyl planks look more like the real thing than others. However, all of them provide more stain resistance and durability than traditional hardwood floors.

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The Types of Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl floors can be a nice addition to any space in your home. With vinyl floors possibilities are endless. ​

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Why Install Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl floors come in three different forms, sheet plank and tile.

Depending on what look you are going for, you can choose more earthly tones, let your floor truly pop with a more colorful palette or even go for an organic look like stone or ceramic tile. If you aren’t necessary hung on having natural flooring at home and are looking for a worthy alternative vinyl might just be the ideal flooring option for you.

It's Durable

It’s indisputable that the most admired quality of any vinyl floor regardless its shape and size is its resilient nature. Resilient floors are famous for being firm, yet having a “give or bounce back.” This makes vinyl floors feel pleasantly soft under your feet and contributes to its durability. In fact, resilient floors like vinyl are so much more durable than hard or soft floors that they make the most of the performance surfaces used for dance or athletics. Vinyl being a synthetic material combines a wide range of characteristics that are tailored to our everyday needs. It can withstand liquid spills and stains with an ease. Vinyl flooring is scratch proof to such degree that it’s recognized as the ultimate flooring options for households with pets.

It's Comfortable

Installing a floor that’s incredibly durable but doesn’t offer the support you need in your day to day life would be a true disaster. Luckily, vinyl isn’t one of them. By choosing vinyl flooring you are choosing comfort underfoot. Being mostly made out of rubber, vinyl makes for a soft and pleasurable walking experience. Neither sheet nor tile vinyl floors get affected by the environment much, so they don’t get cold in the winter.
Some vinyl floors even come with an extra padded layer for better support and softer feel. Vinyl’s resilience also makes it one of the best noise cancelling flooring materials flooring companies have to offer today.

It's Safe

The certain “spring” that vinyl flooring is famous for doesn’t come in handy just for barefoot strolls across the kitchen. More than anything they are helpful to soften the fall which means fewer shards of broken glasses to collect and fewer crying toddlers after an unexpected stumble.
Vinyl’s slick surface also doesn’t trap any dust or allergens and can be installed in homes of people who are prone to allergies.

It's Easy to Care For

Only a few flooring options are as easy to maintain as vinyl. Sweeping dirt away and using a slightly damp mop for stains is all it takes to make your vinyl floor look spotless. For extra stubborn spots, you can use a special cleaner for vinyl flooring.

It's Diverse

Vinyl floors come in sheets, tiles or plank form giving you every option to find your perfect floor. The patterns are just as diverse. They can brighten the room with their vivid colors or ground it with realistic replicas of real materials like wood or stone.
Unlike alternative flooring options, when installing vinyl you have the opportunity to take your imagination one step further and create a unique pattern by mixing different tiles.

It's Easy to Install

Vinyl floors come in sheets, tiles or plank form giving you every option to find your perfect floor. The patterns are just as diverse. They can brighten the room with their vivid colors or ground it with realistic replicas of real materials like wood or stone.
Unlike alternative flooring options, when installing vinyl you have the opportunity to take your imagination one step further and create a unique pattern by mixing different tiles.

It's Cheap

How much vinyl flooring costs depends on the quality of used material and the design. Still, with prices as cheap as 50 cents and up to $10 per square foot, vinyl manages to remains one of the most affordable flooring options available on the market. Vinyl floor won’t only do your wallet good but will also give you the best flooring experience for the buck.

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