Vinyl and Luxury Vinyl TilesPractical, durable and versatile
Types of vinyl flooring
There are 2 types of vinyl – Vinyl in sheet form and Luxury Vinyl Tiles or LVT flooring. Both are a great practical solution for most areas.
It offers durability, flexibility and a creates a great look that you will love. With Vinyl and Luxury Vinyl Tiles is great in wet areas such as kitchens and bathrooms plus its hardwearing enough for high traffic areas.
The look you can achieve with Luxury Vinyl Tiles are endless from stone and wood effects to tiles and patterns you will be amazed at the options you have to choose from.
It’s warm under foot compared to a tiled floor but is more resilient to spills and damage.
All of this means it’s a great floor for a busy family home and also great for shops and commercial areas.
- Living rooms
- Dining Rooms
Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT)
Luxury Vinyl Tiles are warm, comfortable and quiet as well as being really easy to maintain.
This doesn’t mean you are limited on design, there are so many designs to choose from that we can’t list them all.
Luxury vinyl tiles or planks give you an authentic look of real wood or stone with the advantage of being water resistant.
The tiles are textured to match the design you have selected so it feels just like a real wood plank or a ceramic tile.
Vinyl flooring is highly durable. If maintained correctly, it can last 10-20 years. With that in mind vinyl is a great choice for the rooms in your house that get the most foot traffic.
Additionally, most vinyl flooring has a wear layer on its surface that resists scratches and stains.
Health and Safety
Vinyl flooring can provide some health benefits as well as safety and performance benefits which make it a great choice.
It is also durable and easy to cleaned, which helps to minimizes bacteria growth, and makes it ideal for use in kitchens, dining rooms, and hospitals and areas where high levels of cleanliness are vital.
Caring for your vinyl
The best way to protect your vinyl flooring is to get the dirt off before it gets ground in. Frequently sweeping will help pick up small stones and pieces of dirt that can scratch the surface and dull the shine.
You can also use a mop and soapy water to clean the vinyl but try to avoid puddles of water sitting on the flooring.
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