LEARN ABOUT VINYL FLOORING
Vinyl flooring is available in a huge selection of colors, patterns and textures for use in many situations. It’s often a more comfortable flooring choice: vinyl doesn’t retain cold or heat and feels a little softer underfoot than natural materials like wood or stone.
As one of the most resilient flooring options on the market today, luxury plank vinyl can be an affordable, easily-maintained choice for wood-like floors at a fraction of the cost.
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WHY WE LOVE VINYL PLANKS
Vinyl flooring is 100 percent resistant to water, making it one of the best options for ‘wood’ floors in wet areas like bathrooms, kitchens, and basements, as well as commercial restaurants and coffee shops.
Vinyl has come a long way since its 1950s popularity. These days, you can find luxury vinyl with hand-scraped textures that almost identically resemble natural wood grain. You’ll get all the beauty of hardwood flooring, at a much more affordable price point.
HOW DURABLE IS LUXURY VINYL FLOORING?
Compared to its natural-material counterparts like actual hardwood and stone, luxury vinyl is extremely durable in every day scenarios like rough furniture moves, dropped dishes, heavy foot traffic, spills, stains, humidity and more. It’s static-resistant in dry climates and is an excellent choice for wood appeal without the heavy hardwood cost or care.
When cleaned occasionally, a quality vinyl floor can last in your home or business for 10 to 20 years.
VINYL ALLERGEN CONCERNS
Hard surfaces like vinyl, laminate and hardwood provide optimal insurance against harboring allergens in your home. These solid flooring types don’t invite dust mites or mold growth like carpet can and are the easiest to keep clean.
With regular sweeping, vacuuming and mopping, you can easily keep pollen, pet dander and other irritants at bay.
At Atiles Flooring, we carry only the top-quality carpet from tested brands that you can trust. Visit our store today to take a closer look.