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Types of Vinyl Flooring

Bamboo Flooring •••
Bamboo Flooring •••

A. All Cali Bamboo Vinyl Flooring is 100% Waterproof. Designed to withstand high traffic, and endure moisture. Cali Vinyl’s top-to-bottom waterproof construction, including built-in insulating cork underlayment was composed to meet the demands of commercial, multi-level residential, senior and student housing environments.

Carpet
Carpet

While luxury vinyl flooring is generally more expensive than carpet, this is only when you factor in installation of the flooring product. Carpet costs on average $3-4 per square foot, but has been known to increase to $4.50-5.50 per square foot when installation is factored in.

Ceramic Tile
Ceramic Tile

The comparison of vinyl tile vs. ceramic tile represents yet another instance of luxury vinyl flooring’s ability to masterfully replicate the look of any other flooring system and improve on it. As the technology behind luxury vinyl flooring develops, it becomes less and less distinguishable from the real product.

Cork Flooring •••
Cork Flooring •••

Remarkably realistic wood appearance with all the benefits of vinyl and natural cork in an engineered plank floating floor. Moisture Resistant, Durable, and Versatile,… for residential or commercial use in any room.

Engineered Wood
Engineered Wood

Engineered vinyl flooring is a type of flooring that consists of a hyper-realistic, exceptionally durable vinyl top layer and a dimensionally stable HDF or MDF core. These components are expertly manufactured together into a plank or panel format, then fastened to a secure backing.

FloorLinoleumVinylCarpetBambooCork Check Out These Green Flooring Options
FloorLinoleumVinylCarpetBambooCork Check Out These Green Flooring Options

To fully understand the “green-ness” of your new flooring, you may also want to know the transportation method used to get it from its point of origin to you. And don’t forget to ask the flooring company if it recycles the flooring it removes. If it doesn’t, you may want to tackle that project yourself.

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FloorVinylLinoleum
FloorVinylLinoleum

Vinyl Flooring. Materials: Vinyl flooring is a synthetic product, made of a combination of several chemicals, including ethylene and chlorine. Vinyl flooring contains – of course – vinyl, as well as several additives – for example, felt, fiberglass and dyes.

Gravel Floor
Gravel Floor

The RockSolid Floors® industrial Decorative Chips™ are made of a vinyl composite and have been developed to soak in and absorb resinous coatings such as epoxies, urethanes, polyureas and polyaspartic polyureas.

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Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood Flooring

Engineered vinyl flooring is a type of flooring that consists of a hyper-realistic, exceptionally durable vinyl top layer and a dimensionally stable HDF or MDF core. These components are expertly manufactured together into a plank or panel format, then fastened to a secure backing.

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Laminate Flooring •••
Laminate Flooring •••

At the Core: Vinyl and Laminate Defined. Vinyl Flooring: 100% plastic. This Means: Superior resistance to moisture. You could submerge vinyl flooring in water for days, with no ill effect. Features: Forget the ugly vinyl tiles of the past.

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LinoleumVinylFloor
LinoleumVinylFloor

Linoleum: Installing linoleum can very similar to installing vinyl, but sheet linoleum can be harder to work with than sheet vinyl. Linoleum also comes in tiles and planks that are suitable for DIY installation.

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Marble Flooring •••
Marble Flooring •••

Vinyl floor includes a huge selection of fragment designs, marbled and directional patterns, and colors. Best are the flexibility and many more benefits with vinyl flooring. Vinyl flooring is more durable, easy to install, easy to maintenance and can install any place at the home. Vinyl flooring is completely Waterproof, so can use in the wet place.

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Natural Stone
Natural Stone

You don't have to sacrifice style to get a low-maintenance floor that takes on traffic, topples and spills with ease. Vinyl flooring lets you transform any room with gorgeously realistic and durable designs inspired by wood, stone, ceramic — and your own imagination.

Parquet
Parquet

Vinyl flooring is a cost efficient substitute for other types of natural flooring and requires less maintenance. Another plus point is that it does not scratch or dent as easily as parquet flooring. If scratched, it is easier and cheaper to fix the scratches on vinyl flooring unlike parquet flooring.

PlywoodRubberFloorConcreteLinoleumVinyl Cheap Kitchen Floor Ideas
PlywoodRubberFloorConcreteLinoleumVinyl Cheap Kitchen Floor Ideas

Vinyl is the easiest kitchen flooring material to install. If your subfloor is in good shape, it's also the cheapest because you can often install it right over the subfloor (or suitable existing flooring), avoiding the expense of new underlayments, Vinyl comes in several types so you can shop based on price, look, and/or installation method.

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Seamless Floor
Seamless Floor

Many people wonder what the differences between luxury vinyl sheet, or LVS, and epoxy flooring and other resinous finishes are, as well as which offers greater benefits.These flooring types claim to offer seamless, long-wearing and sanitary surfaces for commercial applications.

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Tiles
Tiles

The comparison of vinyl tile vs. ceramic tile represents yet another instance of luxury vinyl flooring’s ability to masterfully replicate the look of any other flooring system and improve on it. As the technology behind luxury vinyl flooring develops, it becomes less and less distinguishable from the real product.

Wood
Wood

Vinyl Wood Flooring Defined Hardwood is a natural material which is produced when trees are harvested from forested areas. Vinyl is a man-made material, manufactured from petroleum. Vinyl wood flooring refers to vinyl that has been printed with the colors and markings found in natural hardwood.

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