Sheet Vinyl & Resilient Floors
Vinyl flooring has long been the most popular choice for kitchens, bathrooms and foyers. With today’s technology, vinyl flooring can be more durable than ever! Some things to consider when purchasing a new vinyl floor are:
- The area in which the vinyl floor will be installed.
- Is the area prone to standing water?
- Is the area heavily traveled?
- Are there heavy pieces of furniture?
- Is there an existing vinyl floor?
If the area where your new floor will be installed is in a high traffic area, be sure to tell your sales representative to point you in the direction of a more durable, heavier vinyl. By choosing a better quality vinyl, your chances will also increase of finding a floor with scuffmark resistance and a warranty that will cover furniture indentations.
Advantages of Luxury Resilient Tile Flooring
Enduring Beauty: Luxury Resilient Tile flooring features award-winning patterns as varied as they are distinctive.
Style: Luxury Resilient Tile floors offers looks for every customer. Classic stone designs like slate and travertine. Contemporary styles like polished marble or burnished metallic and totally unique floors like sisal, pebble, and baked earth. And now, we offer a realistic wood plank design in both a 4" width and a 5" width. Most Luxury Vinyl Tiles may also be grouted.
Color: The shades of the Luxury Resilient Tile line represent perennial favorites as well as the latest trends. Warm gold’s, cool blues, soft greens, and a wide range of versatile earth tones are offered and let’s not forget both lighter and darker wood tones for our luxury planks.
Extraordinary Strength: Trust our staff to take the time to get it right. Luxury Resilient Tile is one luxury flooring product that delivers performance as well as appearance.
Easy Maintenance: Luxury Resilient Tile floors are incredibly easy to maintain, featuring ScratchResist™ technology, which improves resistance to everyday household scratches that can make floors look old before their time.
Variety and Options: Luxury vinyl floors are also available as floating floors. Mannington's Adura has Loc-N-Go floating wood look planks as well as glue down planks and tiles. Metroflor's Konecto has floating vinyl floors in both a tile and wood plank look. Karndean has a large variety of borders and filets to enhance the look of your vinyl tile or plank style floor.
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