Versatile and durable, you can’t get any more resilient than vinyl flooring.
Inexpensive and easy to maintain, vinyl flooring continues to be a popular floor covering choice for many home and office owners. It belongs to category of floors called Resilient Floors, which should give you an idea of one of its advantages.
Vinyl flooring comes in two types:
- Vinyl Sheets can be installed without the help of professional contractors. But it would be good if there are experts who can help you prepare the surface area prior to installation. There are different types of vinyl sheets including layer-composite, inlaid, and homogenous. Whatever type of vinyl sheet you prefer, we can help you create a template and a blueprint for the area to be fitted with the new vinyl, and fill in any gaps or holes before the floors are installed. You can check out our stores for various designs or browse our site to see our different vinyl sheet products.
- Vinyl Tiles are made from PVC resins and plasticizers that make these flooring tiles durable and waterproof. They come in different styles, colors, and patterns, with some even resembling more expensive flooring types such as marble, wood strip, and inlaid wood. Vinyl tiles are easy to install, even without help from the pros, which basically means more savings for you. With just the right tools and some basic tips from our installation staff, you can lay down most of our vinyl tile flooring products in as little as two days.
Why vinyl flooring?
Compared to other flooring options, vinyl flooring has many advantages. First, you get loads of different colors and styles, as well as custom designs (i.e. specific pattern such as firm logos, etc.). Second, you get durability and resilience – the type that holds true even when there’s heavy use and foot traffic. Third and most important, you can easily work vinyl flooring in your budget because they are relatively less expensive compared to other flooring types. To know how much vinyl will cost you, you can ask us to compute the total of your floor-covering project. We will, of course, include “cost per square foot” but your bill may also include additional service fees for furniture removal or replacement, disposal of old floor covering, preparation of sub-floor, and installation. (Contact Us for more info.)
We will also recommend yearly cleanings to prolong the life of your vinyl flooring. Do check our warranty and care guide for maintenance and cleaning tips.