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Vinyl Flooring2022-12-02T15:23:49+00:00

Luxury Vinyl Plank & Tile

Explore the vinyl floor options for your home improvement and choose between vinyl sheet, luxury vinyl tiles, waterproof vinyl flooring or peel-and-stick floors.

What is Vinyl Flooring?

Vinyl flooring is made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), with various compounds added to modify the vinyl’s characteristics such as color, flexibility, hardness and sheen. Vinyl is an extremely popular choice for families with busy lives, pets, kids and want low maintenance.

Vinyl has become so popular that manufacturer’s have created styles and colors to mimic real hardwood, making it tough to distinguish between the two.

There are two main types of vinyl flooring, a vinyl roll flooring, also known as vinyl sheet flooring, and luxury vinyl tiles which consist of separate squares that come in different sizes. Great option for areas with high foot traffic, scratch resistant, and easy to clean.

Types of Vinyl Flooring

What type of vinyl flooring best suits your dream? In our flooring store we have a comprehensive range of vinyl floor options and flooring offers.

Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring (LVP)

Luxury Vinyl Plank

Lux Plank is a luxury vinyl flooring tile type. It is a variety of stunning design that is made for recreating the look of authentic hardwood flooring with substantial thickness along with superior water and scratch resistance from the advanced protective coating, Urethane Plus.

Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring
(LVT)

White Oak Plank Flooring

Lux Plank is a luxury vinyl flooring tile type. It is a variety of stunning design that is made for recreating the look of authentic hardwood flooring with substantial thickness along with superior water and scratch resistance from the advanced protective coating, Urethane Plus.

Waterproof Vinyl Tile
(Coretec)

Waterproof Vinyl Flooring

This vinyl flooring type features a luxury vinyl top layer that includes a high definition image of wood or tile and resists chips and dents to guarantee a longer lifetime. The cork underlayment resists mold and mildew leaving the floor clean and healthy in your home.

Popular  Vinyl  Styles

Tones

Dark Tone

Unfinished Hardwood Flooring

Dark Vinyl Flooring includes any style, any color and any surface type. One of the primary reasons to use vinyl in general is for its safety with water, but why dark? Aside from the fact that you may just like it, dark flooring can really benefit smaller rooms, helping them to feel larger..

Light Tone

Handscraped Hardwood Floors

A lighter floor would be your best choice if your room does not receive enough natural light. Another advantage of lighter floors is its ability to hide the presence of dust, dirt and pet hair compared to darker floors.

Appearance

Stone

Unfinished Hardwood Flooring

Stone look vinyl flooring is a type of vinyl flooring that resembles stones like granite, terrazzo, or even concrete with craftsman dappling and striations built into the tiles. These vinyl tiles add beauty to any home or commercial area bringing the beauty of nature indoors at a fraction of the cost of natural stone.

Wood

Unfinished Hardwood Flooring

Wood look vinyl flooring resembles the craftsmanship of wood, with knots and graining built into the vinyl. Color variations add depth and elevate the look of the whole room. The wood look vinyl comes in both thin and wide planks, as well as light and dark shades.

Shape

Plank

Vinyl Planks

Vinyl plank flooring has a sturdy fiberglass backing to it, unlike vinyl sheet flooring, which needs to be rolled out there making any rigidity impossible.

Tile

Vinyl Tile

Sheet vinyl comes on a large roll, similar to linoleum flooring. It is installed in one big sheet that covers your space, with no visible seams.

Benefits of Vinyl Flooring

Pros & Cons Of Vinyl Flooring

PROs

  • Water Resistant
  • Easy To Install
  • Easy to Maintain
  • Great High Foot Traffic Areas
  • Scratch Resistant

CONs

  • Synthetic Feel & Sound
  • Not Repairable
  • Not Biodegradable
  • Durability dependent on thickness

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Frequently Asked Questions

What material is vinyl flooring made of?2020-12-17T23:09:47+00:00

Vinyl flooring is made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), with various compounds added to modify the vinyl’s characteristics such as color, flexibility, hardness and sheen.

What is the difference between laminate and vinyl flooring?2020-12-17T23:10:47+00:00

Laminate floors come in fiberboards (which is a wood product) and vinyl comes in sheets (rolls) and tiles (PVC material). This makes vinyl floors waterproof whereas laminate floors typically are not recommended for rooms where water is used.

Is vinyl flooring waterproof?2020-12-23T18:49:46+00:00

Vinyl sheets and luxury vinyl tiles are waterproof. While vinyl sheets have fewer seams it is better suited for wet rooms whereas luxury vinyl tiles come as boards or tiles that are placed side by side, which results in many seams.
So, although the boards and tiles are waterproof, if not installed correctly, there is a risk of water seeping through the seams. It is therefore recommended to use a professional vinyl floor installer to ensure your vinyl floor is waterproof.

What are vinyl flooring tiles?2020-12-23T18:50:47+00:00

Vinyl tiles or luxury vinyl tiles consist of separate squares that come in different sizes, where normal vinyl floors come in big rolls. Vinyl luxury tiles makes the floor easier to handle and install in homes.

Do you need underlay for vinyl flooring?2020-12-23T18:51:44+00:00

Most vinyl flooring or luxury vinyl tiles do not need an underlay. The vinyl floor rolls or luxury vinyl tiles are designed with a base layer, which makes the addition of underlay unnecessary. Your vinyl floor will only require an underlay if the surface underneath is uneven or has issues with moisture.