Professional Vinyl Flooring
Designed to give your floors the appearance of hardwood floors without the cost. The planks offer a much greater stain resistance and are easier to maintain than traditional hardwood planks. Vinyl Plank is an alternative to real hardwood, and the format has improved over time to mimic woods, colors and textures. Whereas natural wood is not a water resistant flooring type, vinyl planks are waterproof. Your Professional Vinyl Flooring Company will ensure the floor to be sealed to prevent moisture from seeping through the floor.
Vinyl tiles consist of individual squares of various size that, when assembled, give the appearance of stone tile. One of the benefits of having individual tiles is that they’re easier to replace when one is damaged. You can also use vinyl tile flooring to arrange a pattern, which will further resemble ceramic tile and stone.
Vinyl sheet flooring is a single roll of flooring usually 6 to 12 feet wide. This tile limits the number of seams and is a great choice for high-moisture areas like bathrooms and kitchens. With greatly improved printing technology over the years, sheet flooring can be created to provide stone, tile or hardwood visuals. Vinyl sheeting is durable, affordable, low-maintenance and can be installed over concrete, tile, wood, old vinyl or underlayment. If you require extreme durability for your floor, go with inlaid vinyl: It’s thicker, more durable, and hides scratches better.
Luxury Vinyl Tile
Luxury vinyl tile will capture the same stylish trends found in natural stone and hardwood planks. From traditional, rustic and exotic woods to modern designs, and both reclaimed and petrified wood, you’ll find the look you love! Similarly, it can deliver the high-end looks of travertine and marble without breaking the bank, it’s also warmer and softer under-foot.
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No matter what format or style of vinyl you have your eyes on, you need to choose a sturdy wear layer. This helps if your tile is going into high traffic areas. Typically, the wear layer is the urethane-based top coat and finish of vinyl flooring. It provides the defense for an active home. The thicker the wear layer, the more durability your vinyl floor will provide over time. Among the different types of wear layer, vinyl no wax is the entry-level surface. Vinyl no wax will offer some resistance to scuffs and stains. Urethane is more durable and low maintenance compared to vinyl no wax. As well as, has more resistance to black heel marks and most household chemicals.
The best part about designing with vinyl, is that the large selection of designs, formats, and colors guarantee that you will find a style you love. Have you been putting off finishing the basement for years now? When you’re ready to get started, Call US for one of our helpful flooring experts and let the vinyl journey begin!