Resilient Vinyl Floor

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Once vinyl floors are installed, they are guaranteed to last in your home for years to come.

When you think of vinyl floor, you may picture the traditional black and white checkered floor of your grandparents’ kitchen, but gone are the days of these limited options. Vinyl floor manufacturers have created modern vinyl floor sheets to match your every design need. From tile to stone and even stunning wood visuals, vinyl floors offer a vast array of unique flooring options at nearly half the price of traditional floors.

While your vinyl floor may look like realistic wood or ceramic tile, vinyl sheeting is a much more resilient option. Vinyl’s forgiveness and resistance to wear and tear makes it a great alternative for highly trafficked areas like your kitchen or bathroom. It is also a great choice for adding a personal touch to your laundry room. And its resistance to moisture will prevent any warping that may occur due to spills, regular cleaning or general humidity. In fact, vinyl floors do not crack or curl.

Vinyl floors are traditionally covered in a polyurethane coating that prevents any spills from soaking in to your floor and makes clean up a breeze. Vinyl’s durability even holds up against floor scratches and indentations that our furry friends are known to make.

Vinyl floor sheets are not only inexpensive compared to traditional flooring, but vinyl’s design makes for a quick and easy do-it-yourself project. Vinyl sheets can be placed over existing floor in your home and won’t require any regular maintenance. In fact, once vinyl floors are installed, they are guaranteed to last in your home for years to come.

This post was written by Thais Sousa. Follow Thais on Google.