Resilient Vinyl Flooring
Resilient vinyl flooring (which includes linoleum, luxury vinyl tile, marmoleum, and rubber) is a wise choice for many residential and commercial applications. Resilient flooring is now one of the hottest products in the flooring industry with new styles and unparalleled durability. High resolution patterns and embossed textures create commercial grade products that look beautiful in the home. Vinyl flooring is easy to clean and maintain, and is suitable for all areas of the home, including damp or high traffic areas like mudrooms and and entryways, while offering a variety of attractive looks.
Luxury vinyl plank and vinyl tile flooring resembles the look of wood, yet offers commercial grade durability. Vinyl flooring is now a popular choice for all areas of a home. We are proud to offer resilient flooring from Home Legend, Hallmark, Shaw, and more.
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Resilient Flooring FAQs
What's the difference between vinyl and linoleum?
Linoleum is a resilient floor covering that and is actually made from—among other things—linseed oil. It is manufactured as a 12′ wide sheet with a felt backing and came in a variety of tile and wood patterns. It has been largely replaced by Vinyl, which has similar properties of flexibility and durability, but greater visuals and comfort underfoot.
What is Fiber Floor or cushion step vinyl?
Many new vinyl products are manufactured with an integrated fiberglass core or “cushion” which gives the product a soft feel underfoot. Cushion flooring is a great choice for high traffic areas prone to spills such as Kitchens or Bathrooms.
Do vinyl floors have an odor or off gas?
Because it is made from chemicals, some vinyl flooring can produce a smell after it is installed in the home and this usually dissipates in a few days. Fortunately, many of the products we carry are rigorously tested for harmful VOCs and meet FloorScore certifications for indoor air quality. We can help you choose the right product for your needs.
Can I install luxury vinyl plank in my cabin?
All vinyl will expand and contract with changes in temperature and are therefore not suitable for applications which regularly drop below zero (or reach extreme temperatures). If you’re looking for products better suited for these environments, come in and speak with a sales representative.
What do I use to clean my vinyl floor?
We carry a full line of cleaners and polishes for resilient flooring.