Vinyl flooring is sometimes referred to as resilient flooring.
Resilience describes the floors give or elasticity. A resilient floor returns to its original form after someone steps on it.
But resilience is no longer the only reason to purchase vinyl. New technology has allowed for high resolution images and better, more striking textures and patterns. Today, almost any type of wood or stone surface can be replicated.
The benefits of vinyl flooring include:
• Wide array of patterns, textures and colors;
• Softness and resiliency underfoot compared to ceramic or hardwood
• Highly resistant to stain and moisture
• Inner core insulates against heat and cold and helps to absorb sound
• Exceptional performance in high traffic areas
• Easy to maintain
• Incredibly versatile – can be installed almost anywhere in the home, as long as the sub-floor is solid (even if the sub-floor is not perfectly level) and
• Affordable at any budget.
TYPES OF VINYL
Vinyl flooring is available in two basic forms: Luxury Vinyl and Sheet Vinyl.
• Stylish appearance
• With advanced technology, it can be made to look like natural wood or ceramic and stone tiles.
• The vinyl flooring that you have seen for years in kitchens and bathrooms
• Very functional, low cost, easily to clean.