About vinyl flooring

Today’s vinyl flooring looks almost identical to the more expensive options like hardwood, ceramic, marble or stone. Affordable, durable, scratch- and water-resistant, vinyl floors are a great option for just about every interior living space. These economical, flexible floors have come a long way in recent years. Thanks to new manufacturing techniques, buyers have more choices than ever before.Vinyl is durable enough for the those high-traffic areas of the home and office to resist scuffs and stains. Plus, cleanup and maintenance are easy. Modern vinyl flooring is also noise-resistant. Newer vinyl flooring has an attached underlayment that minimizes sounds and makes the flooring more comfortable to stand on for long periods of time. It’s also warmer than your standard tile floors. Last, but not least, vinyl flooring is budget friendly. Luxury vinyl plank and luxury vinyl tile flooring allow you to achieve the look and feel of hardwood, porcelain, marble or stone at a fraction of the cost.

  • Moisture resistant
  • Scratch resistant
  • Stain resistant
  • Commercial grade


Choosing the right vinyl

How you plan to install your vinyl flooring is a big part of choosing what type of vinyl you choose.

Luxury vinyl plank: This type of flooring looks and even feels like wood, arriving in tiles shaped like planks that fit together. Luxury vinyl plank has the warm, unique appearance of wood, complete with wood coloring, textures, wood grain patterns and more. However, it can be more durable than wood as it resists scratches, stains, mildew and moisture. Vinyl plank flooring is also more slip-resistant than traditional wood flooring.

Luxury vinyl tile: Thanks to modern manufacturing techniques, LVT flooring can imitate the look of tiles — including stone and slate tiles — at a fraction of the price. Unlike the real thing, luxury vinyl tile flooring options are easier to clean, require less maintenance and resist water, scratches, chipping and other damage.

Vinyl sheet: As the name suggests, vinyl sheet comes in one piece which is fitted to a floor. This offers structural soundness and more moisture-resistance than tile options. Professionals should install vinyl sheets for them to look their best and serve as stain-resistant, easy-to-clean surfaces that resist mildew and scratches. Sheets of vinyl can be plain, patterned or can even imitate the look of stone, wood or slate.

Peel & stick vinyl: Peel & stick vinyl is quick and easy to install, especially in small spaces.

Glue down vinyl plank: Durable and suitable for commercial and residential applications. Easy glue down installation.

Click lock vinyl: Easy to install throughout the home. Simply measure and click into place for a durable flooring update.

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Types of vinyl backing

Cork backing

  • Provides softness and sound absorption to your floor.
  • Very soft, providing a padded surface area that is more comfortable.
  • Can last up to 30 years.
  • No need for additional underlayment.
  • Durable.

Felt vinyl backing

  • Must be installed with permanent adhesive.
  • Stored in installation room for 24 hours to let acclimate.

Fiber glass vinyl backing

  • Simple loose-lay installation.
  • Will not shrink, crack or warp.
  • Can be installed with releasable adhesive.
  • Has muffling acoustic benefits.

More about vinyl

Built with planks or tiles that form a thick and floating floor, vinyl provides a realistic and beautiful look. In most cases, vinyl floors have multiple layers, including a backing, a top design layer and two protective layers. This layering process protects the finished floor from stains, mildew, rips, tears, gouges, scuffs, scratches and other damage. Quality vinyl with thicker protective layers will mean a more durable finished floor. Styles are now more attractive, durable, water-resistant and cost effective than ever before. Here are just a few of the stylish options you can select from:

Vinyl popular trends and color options

  • Vinyl for your wall: Take walls from blah to breathtaking, with the addition of a stylish accent wall made with vinyl planks.
  • Patterned vinyl flooring: Transform any room quickly and easily with this low-cost vinyl option.
  • Encaustic patterned vinyl: A budget-friendly alternative to cement encaustic tiles. This peel and stick vinyl is perfect for the DIYer.
  • Stone-look vinyl: Get the look of natural stone tiles in easy-to-install vinyl that’s warmer and more comfortable to walk on.