Vinyl Flooring – also known as Resilient Flooring or Sheet Vinyl Flooring is one of the most versatile and affordable flooring options today for both the commercial business and the homeowner. Resilient vinyl flooring also does compete very well in style and in feel with real natural hardwood flooring, with tile, or laminate flooring materials in looks and quality. Vinyl is extremely durable, very low in maintenance and highly water resistant therefore it is extremely resistant to mold and mildew. This makes vinyl great for every area of the home especially kitchens, bathrooms and laundry areas. There are a wide range of designs, patterns and styles available for the flooring needs of the home or office. Vinyl is perfect if you like the look of ceramic tile flooring but desire something somewhat warmer beneath your feet.
Printed And Inlaid Resilient Vinyl Flooring
Benefits Of Vinyl Flooring:
• Warm & Quiet – Warm to the touch and created to minimize sound reverberations, these are especially appreciated by families with children and/or pets.
• Can be Quickly Installed.
• Can be Easily Cleaned – Usually kept clean with a dust mop and warm water.
• Vinyl Flooring Looks Like More Expensive Flooring but is Exceptionally Affordable.
There are many home flooring options available but vinyl flooring is usually the most cost effective option available. Your flooring costs will be substantially lower than if you were to say, purchase ceramic or porcelain flooring, or especially hardwood flooring. In fact, more home owners are beginning to change existing flooring out for vinyl floors as the process is quite cost effective instead of trying to maintain your floors made from natural woods or other materials. An additional benefit of vinyl flooring is that it is much softer to walk on in comparison to ceramic tile or hardwood flooring. Vinyl flooring has a foam or a felt backing that will cushion your feet as you walk on it. Homeowners often choose vinyl in their kitchens as it can be more comfortable to stand on in comparison to ceramic tiles.
When it comes to VINYL FLOORING you will discover that you want to research it in greater detail, especially if you are contemplating vinyl as new flooring. If that is the case, Please contact Chris Brown of BRANDI CARPET at 602-475-0931 or firstname.lastname@example.org. He and his staff will be more than happy to provide you with all the pertinent information you will need regarding this topic!!
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