Vinyl flooring options now extend beyond the common sheet and plank varieties. Vinyl flooring is designed to look like wood, stone or ceramic tile. Vinyl is now more durable than it has ever been. Vinyl floors can withstand most impacts, moisture, scuffing and heavy foot traffic. This makes vinyl floors well-suited for kitchens, bathrooms, basements and mud rooms. Newer options like luxury vinyl tile and vinyl composition tile are now popular for any floor in your house. Vinyl offers glue down as well as click together options, which makes for easy installation for the do-it-yourselfers.
Vinyl offers numerous benefits when compared to some other flooring materials. Vinyl floors are resilient, versatile and resistant to scuffing. Vinyl floors have a non-porous, plastic surface, which makes maintenance a breeze. Stop in to The Carpet Spectrum to see our vast selection of vinyl flooring options, or call us to set up a free measurement.