Vinyl flooring is a great alternative to carpet, stone, tile, and wood flooring. Available as vinyl
sheets, vinyl floors are affordable, stylish, and long-lasting.
Vinyl flooring is soft and warm under foot and can mimic the look of hardwood, travertine, or slate. Vinyl flooring
is a popular choice for commercial and residential properties because it is affordable, durable, and easy to install
Vinyl Plank Flooring
Vinyl plank flooring is a popular choice because of its stylish looks and affordability. Especially in apartment
settings, vinyl planking has become more popular than carpet. On average,
vinyl plank floors last 10 years or more compared to carpet, which can need replacing every two to five years. Vinyl
plank flooring is easy to install and care for, giving you the look of hardwood or stone, without the expense or maintenance.
Vinyl planking is available in different thicknesses and installation types. Use the chart below to see a side by side
comparison of the various planking we offer to find the best choice for your facility.
InnsbruckAdhesive, Trowel, Vinyl Tile Cutter or Straight Edge and Razor Blade
DerbyVinyl Tile Cutter (Recommended) or Razor Blade and Straight Edge
LuxeVinyl Tile Cutter (Recommended) or Razor Blade and Straight Edge
LibertyVinyl Tile Cutter (Recommended) or Razor Blade and Straight Edge
Pet-Friendly Flooring Alternative
Pet-friendly properties are in demand and can earn more in rent.
Vinyl plank flooring is the perfect option to welcome pets. Carpeting can absorb odors, harbor fleas, and stain easily;
vinyl flooring is attractive, affordable, durable, moisture resistant, and easy to clean.
Vinyl tiles are similar to vinyl planks–they are made of similar materials but have a different shape and appearance.
Vinyl tiles are square, not rectangular and can offer the look of real stone, slate, or ceramic floors in residential
properties without the expense or maintenance. They are stain and moisture resistant and more forgiving that stone or
ceramic, making it a great choice for residential kitchens and bathrooms.
Vinyl tile flooring is simple to install and warmer underfoot than other, more expensive stone floors.
We offer top-quality
vinyl tile flooring. Use this comparison chart to help you decide which is best for your property, considering warranty,
pricing, and more.
Vinyl composite tile (VCT) flooring is especially durable and resistant to abrasions and impact damage. It is typically
used in schools and commercial buildings in high-traffic area, such as lobbies, classrooms, and hallways.
VCT is available in a variety of styles and patterns making it a popular choice and meets HUD/FHA requirements.
Buff or burnish to restore gloss as needed or apply floor polish.
Avoid these common maintenance mistakes:
Do not wet wash or machine scrub for least four days after installation. This prevents excess moisture from interfering
with the adhesive bond.
Do not use excessive amounts of liquid during maintenance
Do not use brown, black pads, or highly-abrasive brushes
Always use proper warning signs until the floor is completely dry to prevent accidents
Vinyl Sheet Flooring
Vinyl sheets typically come in 6 or 12-foot-wide rolls and can be installed as one large piece, without any seams. Installing
a large vinyl flooring sheet is a simple process, but it can be cumbersome. Once installed, repairing dents or damage
can be a challenge, whereas smaller planks or tiles can be easily replaced as needed.
Remove flooring materials from cartons and allow them acclimate to the room temperature and condition for 48 hours before
installation. Conditions should be the same temperature and humidity level as expected during normal use.
Remove baseboards and prepare the subfloor so that it is clean, dry, and level.
For concrete substrates, conduct moisture testing according to ASTM F 1869-98
Measure the room and decide the layout of your flooring.