Vinyl flooring is durable, affordable and a great looking option for heavy use areas. It’s comfortable to walk or stand on and resists wear, making it the perfect flooring for families with kids and pets. When it comes to the vinyl flooring vs laminate debate, vinyl is the choice for superior moisture resistance and can be used in more areas. Vinyl flooring can also be installed over existing wood, concrete or tile flooring, making it an easy addition to any renovation or space. We’ll help you choose the right product for your vinyl flooring installation project.
How to Choose Vinyl Flooring
Types of Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl floors come in multiple sizes and can be used in any room in your home. We’ll show you some of the differences to help you choose the right vinyl floors for your space.
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Install in Any Room
Vinyl flooring used to be only for bathrooms, kitchens and entryways, but with innovations in durability and overall style, vinyl has become a great choice for any room in your home. It’s durable, can stand up to the rigors of every day life, and because it’s water-resistant, it can even be installed below grade in basements. We’ll show you how to install vinyl flooring.
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Maintaining Your Vinyl Floor
Vinyl provides an attractive look at an affordable price. Vinyl is also easier to care for than most people think. When you wash it, for example, simply use a non-rinsing cleaner that leaves no film. Most products sold as vinyl cleaners fit the bill. To keep your vinyl flooring looking new, follow these simple tips:
Use felt pads on chair and table legs, and other furniture, to avoid scratching the floor. Avoid putting rubber-backed rugs on vinyl flooring - the rubber can stain the floor. Put a heavy-duty doormat at your front door and encourage visitors to wipe their feet. This is especially true if you have an asphalt driveway; the chemicals in asphalt can cause vinyl flooring to turn yellow.
Remove stains as soon as possible with an appropriate no rinse floor cleaner and wipe the area with a damp cloth to remove any residue.