With the number of choices available here at Contract Carpet One, deciding which vinyl floor is right for you can be a daunting task. Do you choose the hardwood design, with its detailed grain features, or a marble design, which offers a modern and contemporary look? Here are some important factors to consider when installing vinyl in your home.
Flex Floor AKA Glassback
Flex Floor is extremely comfortable underfoot, and has a core of durable fiberglass, which makes it a highly resilient vinyl flooring option that will last for a lifetime. Because of its construction, Flex Floor is far more flexible than traditional flooring materials. Flex Floor offers a number of stunning patterns, so it’s an ideal option for your kitchen, entryway, family room, or laundry area. It’ll stand up to scratches, scrapes, scuffs, and stains, and always maintain its original condition.
Sheet Vinyl Flooring AKA Feltback
Sheet Vinyl comes in various widths to reduce seams in your installation. Vinyl sheet flooring requires little maintenance, is water resistant, and can be used on all grade levels.
Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring (LVT)
This is an affordable and durable option for your home. This water resistant vinyl can be installed in any room, including bathrooms! It is easy to replace, and comes in a variety of styles, colors, and patterns, so finding the look you want is easy.
Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
This is commercial-grade flooring that is common and durable. It is moderately priced, and easily installed. VCT is sold in 12” x 12” squares, and can resist scuffs, burn marks, and dents.
Linoleum is an earth-friendly product made from all natural materials, making it easily recyclable. It can last up to 40 years, which makes it a very economical flooring choice. The design extends through the backing, so even after wear, the linoleum floor design will remain.
If you’re ready to move forward with vinyl flooring, contact us to schedule a free in-home estimate!