Vinyl floors are manufactured in both sheet and tile. The vinyl sheet floors are offered in both 6 foot and 12 foot widths and the vinyl tiles come in various sizes and thicknesses. Both types of vinyl floors come in a wide array of patterns and colors. Higher end vinyl floors offer better resistance to staining, scratches, gouges and tearing. Not only is the performance better but so is the warranty on the high-end vinyl floors. Also, as you go up in quality you will also notice improved styling and more textural realism in these floors. Easy on the knees and easy on the eyes; vinyl flooring is the comfort choice for you.
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Resilience in silence. The look of tile and wood with the comforts of carpet. The elasticity of vinyl allows it to spring back into form after a release of pressure. No other floor covering category offers the variety of colors and patterns as vinyl flooring. It imitates almost all flooring. Thanks to some great advancement in styling and technology, today’s vinyl floors have been changed forever. The unique manufacturing processes used today can replicate the look and textures of real ceramic tile, stone and wood grains.
Plenty of choices are available to you as a shopper. With its ability to emulate tile, stone, and wood among other patterns it can be a difficult choice to say the least. Allow us to lend you our design eyes to select the vinyl floor that best suits your chosen style. Select a pattern first and foremost. Are you looking to emulate tile, stone or wood? Then look at the shades; light, medium, or dark. Finally pick the desired look from our vast selection. We will be right there giving you our insights and recommendations.
Vinyl is more forgiving when installed over uneven subfloors, such as an uneven concrete slab. Vinyl installation is also very fast, efficient and cost effective. This is an advantage as a cost standpoint for the homeowner.