Durable and easy to clean, vinyl is a practical, affordable floor covering. Any negatives have more to do with indoor air quality than anything else. This is due to the potentially lung-irritating and headache-inducing VOCs that can be off-gassed by vinyl flooring and the glues traditionally used to hold it down. Today, however, there are coverings and adhesives that meet the building industry’s most stringent indoor-air-quality standards. Ask us about them.
Vinyl is a popular choice for active households. Available in a wide selection of styles, it is durable, low maintenance and easy on the budget. It’s soft underfoot, so it’s comfortable to stand on for long periods. It’s also warmer to the touch than hard surfaces like ceramic or stone tile. Vinyl flooring is traditionally reserved for hardworking rooms (kitchens, baths, entryways, laundry rooms and playrooms) but today’s high-end styles are making their way into other living spaces.
Luxury Vinyl, an evolution of traditional sheet vinyl, can give you the look and feel of real materials by way of 3D printing technology which adds depth, realism and durability. Luxury vinyl reflects the look of stone, hardwood and ceramic tile in a durable, luxury vinyl material.
Sheet Vinyl flooring remains one of the most popular flooring categories. Sheet vinyl is available in a wide range of looks. Durable and easy to clean, sheet vinyl flooring comes in either 6’ or 12’ rolls, which means you won’t have seams where you don’t want them.