vinyl flooring


Vinyl is new and improved and is making a huge comeback. Ok, it's true, this flooring was something you associated with your mom's home, or maybe grandma's avocado-green stove. We are here to tell you that things have changed! This is not your grandma's flooring. Today, with vinyl that looks like wood planks, ceramic and stone, we know you will be impressed. These floors come in an exciting range of styles and patterns and offer you depth and texture. Visit one of our showrooms to check out vinyl floors and get started on your project today.

vinyl styles, uses and applications


Waterproof vinyl is not impacted by moisture and is an ideal choice for bathrooms, kitchens or even laundry rooms. Vinyl flooring will stand up to even the busiest of families and is growing in popularity because:

  • It offers resistance to mold and mildew & select styles are totally waterproof
  • It’s available in a variety of trending styles and the sky's the limit when it comes to designing with vinyl
  • It is kid and pet friendly and is soft underfoot in comparison to traditional wood or tile
  • Best uses Any area that is prone to moisture
  • Pros Can often be installed over existing floors
  • Considerations Some products may be more difficult to repair a single panel if needed
  • Price range $2 - $4 SF

Most people think of sheet vinyl and quickly think of kitchens from decades ago. Well, things have definitely changed and with today’s innovative new technology, traditional sheet vinyl is rising in popularity again because:

  • Sheet vinyl is available in common widths of 6-12 ft for cutting to room measurements
  • It creates a smooth, durable finish
  • It’s on-trend with styles ranging from hardwood (traditional, exotic, rustic), stone, decorative geometric patterns and more
  • Best uses High traffic areas
  • Pros Easily maintained
  • Considerations Does require professional installation
  • Price range $2 - $4 SF

You can now enjoy the look of slate, travertine or even quartz with vinyl flooring. It’s a great way to add a touch of nature to your home that is affordable as well as durable and is becoming a great option for homeowners because:

  • It resembles the distinctive qualities and colors of stone or ceramic when placed side-by-side
  • It creates compelling floor patterns, especially when a “grouted” product is used
  • It’s easy to care for and is more comfortable underfoot
  • Best uses High traffic areas & those needing slip resistance
  • Pros Softer/warmer feel underfoot compared to tile
  • Considerations May require subfloor preparation before installation
  • Price range $2 - $4 SF

There is a lot to love about hardwood flooring, but there are times when vinyl is the best fit. Wood look vinyl flooring is designed to closely mimic the wood grains, colors and even textures found in natural hardwood flooring, but without the concerns of moisture and maintenance. Here are a few more reasons why it may be the right choice for your project:

  • It’s available in a wide range of sizes and wood-look varieties
  • It’s designed to stand up to scratches, stains, spills and everyday wear making it ideal for rooms with lots of foot traffic or households with active families and pets
  • Best uses Any room where you want to achieve high-end styles (like living rooms or bedrooms)
  • Pros Softer/warmer feel underfoot compared to hardwood
  • Considerations May require subfloor preparation before installation
  • Price range $2 - $5 SF

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