What is Vinyl Flooring?
What is it good for?
Vinyl is generally considered to be a highly durable material that, if properly installed and maintained, can last upwards of ten to twenty years. However, the quality of the material that you purchase and the way it was manufactured will determine how well your floor lasts over time. Solid vinyl and composite vinyl tiles are homogenous, with colors permeating every layer—a feature that makes them more resistant to damage from scratches. Printed vinyl will be only as durable as the clear wear layer that protects the surface. Fiberglass-reinforced vinyl sheets are extremely durable, while also being pliable and resistant to damage. One advantage of using vinyl tiles is that individual pieces can be easily replaced when they are damaged.
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Features of Vinyl Flooring
Types of Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl Sheet Flooring
Vinyl Tiles Flooring
Vinyl tile flooring comes in individual squares of various size. They give a similar appearance of marble or other classified stone tiled flooring when assembled. They are easier to be replaced when one is damaged. Owners can also use the vinyl tiles to arrange a pattern to give an attractive look to the new room.