Vinyl Flooring – extremely durable and long lasting…
Vinyl flooring has been available for many years in various forms. It is also known as resilient flooring because it has some give underfoot, which makes it easier on your feet and legs when you have to stand on it for a long time. This type of flooring is low maintenance and water proof, making it ideal for kitchens and bathrooms, as well as in commercial applications where water is in use. Sheet vinyl comes in a wide selection of styles and textures, including options that mimic tile, wood and stone flooring.
At Floor to Ceiling our collection of name brand vinyls offers you a variety of patterns styles that closely resemble natural products like wood, stone, and ceramic. Limitless styles and budget conscious, vinyl is a flooring option that consumers favor. Contact one of our designers to see if vinyl is the right selection for your new floor.
Benefits of Vinyl
Has some give underfoot, making it a nice option for areas that you are standing on for longer periods of time.
Considerations when choosing Vinyl for your Project
Choosing the best carpet for your project, is really about knowing the right combination of characteristics, aesthetics, performance and budget to best meet the needs of your lifestyle.
Thicker is not always better. Commercial or Residential – how long will you be standing on it? What type of activity will be done on the vinyl?
Caring for Vinyl
New vinyl floors are extremely durable and long lasting, but like any floor covering they still need regular maintenance to stay looking like new. Follow these general guidelines for vinyl flooring and for more detailed information always refer to the manufacturer’s written floor care procedures. You can’t avoid wear on your vinyl flooring, but knowing how to care for and maintain it can keep you floor in beautiful condition and make it a source of pride for years to come.
do not roll heavy objects directly on to a newly installed vinyl floor for at least 5 days
protect your vinyl floor by covering the legs of furniture with felt protectors
don’t use a vacuum with a beater bar
be sure to avoid using rubber-backed mats or rugs
for spots or spills, wipe them up immediately
if your floor gets a cut or gouge in it, cover the area immediately and call your flooring professional