From chairs you bought for the living room to the artwork displayed on your walls, your style is reflected throughout your home for all to see . Your style lives and expresses itself from room to room, indoors and outdoors. With that in mind, your style will also be communicated through your flooring.
Types of vinyl flooring
Typically found in the kitchen, bath or laundry room areas, vinyl has become an affordable and popular choice for flooring. Because the number of vinyl choices, patterns, colors, textures and price points can intimidate even the most experienced shopper, knowing the basic types can provide you with a firm foundation upon which to begin your vinyl flooring shopping journey.
There are two general categories of vinyl flooring: plank and sheet.
Plank vinyl flooring is usually 4-6 inches wide and 3-4 feet long. It often feels and looks closer to real hardwood flooring, while providing more durability than hardwood flooring. The disadvantage is it needs to be sealed to be waterproof.
Sheet vinyl flooring comes in seamless 6-12 foot sheets and is commonly used in areas known to be exposed to water daily, such as bathrooms and kitchens.
There are many types and brands of vinyl out there. Here are a couple of pointers to help you choose the best vinyl to fit your home.
If you are considering putting vinyl flooring in your home or have further questions, please feel free to contact us. We would be more than happy to help you choose the best vinyl to fit the style of your home.