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Vinyl flooring is a man-made alternative to hardwood floors, offering more customization, DIY friendliness and durability with less upkeep. With several color and pattern options that mimic a natural wood or stone look, luxury vinyl planks and tiles are a low-cost flooring solution with a high return of satisfaction.

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About Vinyl Flooring

Thinking about vinyl flooring for your home or business? Here's everything you need to know to find the best product for your use.

Vinyl flooring is long-lasting and a great way to create a wood-look or stone-look flooring in your home. Forget staining, waxing, and polishing, most vinyl is easy to maintain and clean without all the extra work. All you need is a damp mop and an occasional vacuum to keep vinyl floors looking fabulous. Let’s take a look at all the types of vinyl flooring.

Vinyl planks are our most popular type of vinyl. That’s because they’re low cost but also super durable. You can install vinyl planks three easy ways: glue, interlocking or floating, and loose lay. If you’re looking for a floor that’s super permanent, a glue-down plank is the way to go. It’s super great for high-traffic areas and won’t ever budge.

One of the most common ways to install vinyl flooring is an interlocking, or floating, installation. These planks are made with an interlocking mechanism that snaps together easily. Just simply lock your floor together plank by plank.

If you’re ever worried about replacing a plank, a loose lay installation does not require glue, staples, or any locking system to install. Instead, each plank has a backing that grips the floor. You’ll only have to use tape around the edges of your floor, or glue if it’s high traffic. This makes replacing a plank a breeze.

You probably have an exact image of how you want your floor to look. Lucky for you, there are several different patterns and styles to choose from. For example, a wood look vinyl is very popular and comes in both smooth and distressed finishes. There are also many color variations to match any interior style.

When it comes to plank size, you’ve got choices. Maybe you’ve seen those trendy wide planks that have hit the market. If you love the look, we have it for you!.

Our vinyl tile flooring is versatile, durable and perfect for any room. Some vinyl tiles are even groutable, for a more finished stone look. A stone look tile mimics all your favorite natural stone without the heavy price tag and labor intensive maintenance of a natural stone floor.

A wood look vinyl is also very popular and can be bought smooth, distressed, and with color variations. Unlike hardwood, vinyl tiles never need to be refinished or stained, so you can enjoy your floors longer. They can also be found in fun, more colorful patterns for a unique look.

Vinyl sheet flooring is the original vinyl flooring option. It’s what people usually remember when they think about vinyl flooring. Vinyl sheet flooring usually requires a professional to install. That’s because vinyl sheet flooring requires a specific technique. Because of this, it can be pretty tricky to install yourself. Most people use vinyl sheet flooring when covering a larger area since it is less inexpensive than other types of flooring.

WPC Vinyl is one of the newest developments in luxury vinyl flooring. It’s 100% waterproof and can stand up to big messes. WPC vinyl has some great features that make it perfect for a busy household. Let’s take a look. WPC stands for Wood Plastic Composite. This composite core makes the vinyl 100% waterproof. Because it’s totally waterproof, this luxury vinyl flooring can be installed virtually anywhere. Bath-time splashes and spilled drinks are not a problem for WPC vinyl. The waterproof vinyl will never buckle or swell under liquid spills.

WPC vinyl flooring is typically comprised of four layers to create a durable product. First, there is the backing layer, the backbone of the plank. Second, the core. This part is wood plastic composite and 100% waterproof. Third, the printed vinyl layer. This is where your style and design comes from. It can mimic wood, stone and other natural materials. And finally, the wear layer, this protects your floors from surface scratches. The thicker the wear layer, the better protection against scratches.

Rigid core vinyl is also known as SPC vinyl flooring. This refers to the stone-plastic composite core in this ultra-dense flooring. SPC is essentially the next step up from WPC. Like WPC vinyl, rigid core is also 100% waterproof. It’s perfect for messy pets and messy people alike!

Vinyl flooring is a great choice for a modern, durable home flooring. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us on our web site via live chat or give us a call, we'd be happy to help!

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Vinyl Flooring Overview

Forget about the dated prints and cheap-looking floors you remember seeing in the 70s. Vinyl has transformed, and it’s better than ever. Now it’s common to mistake vinyl for a real hardwood floor.

As technology advances, the aesthetic gets closer and closer to natural wood and stone looks. Even better, all this beauty comes with no extra work. In fact, vinyl floors involve less upkeep and maintenance and they’re easy to clean.

Luxury Vinyl Flooring Pros and Cons

What are the benefits of vinyl flooring?
  • Gorgeous wood and stone looks: Luxury vinyl flooring mimics all the most popular colors and textures of solid hardwood and natural stone.
  • Easy, DIY installation: Save costs and frustration on hiring it out. When installing vinyl, you are the professional!
  • Low maintenance: Vinyl flooring is easy to clean and doesn’t require much upkeep like natural hardwood floors. The thicker wear layer you choose, the more scratch and stain resistant the product.
  • Waterproof options: You can’t get 100% waterproof with real hardwood. Waterproof vinyl handles the cleanup for you.
What are the disadvantages of vinyl flooring?
  • It’s not technically hardwood: This is more of a pride point, how important is having a real wood floor to you? To the touch, vinyl feels pretty different from the real deal. But vinyl is comfortable underfoot.
  • Pricier than other wood-look floors: As you move into waterproof options, vinyl flooring can run you more than other wood-look options like laminate. But you get what you pay for - waterproof vinyl is 100% waterproof!
  • Low-quality products may scratch easily: Vinyl flooring is known for being extremely durable, but the lower the wear layer, the more susceptible your floor is to scratches or dents.

3 Types of Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is available in durable waterproof planks, luxury tiles or large sheet rolls. Discover the best option for your use and style.

Vinyl Flooring Trends

Keep your home up to date with the latest vinyl flooring trends. From looks and colors to layouts and patterns, we've got you covered.

Trending Looks



Wirebrushed looks show subtle, intentional wire scratches leaving the appearance of exposed wood on the surface.


Handscraped looks feature long, ingrained scrapes with high variation between planks.


Distressed looks contain the appearance of scrapes, burns, knots, wormholes and more, giving these floors an aged, antique look.

Trending Colors


Trending Layouts & Patterns



Chevron floors require flooring to be angled and come together to a point. Some products even have the chevron patterns in the tile itself, allowing you to easily create that gorgeous look.

Large Plank

Manufacturers are trending towards wider and longer planks, which make your room look larger, more open and less busy. This trend looks like it may soon become a classic staple.

Mixed Width

Adding different widths to your floor makes your home look modern and unique. It gives the eye that extra detail, drawing attention when you find something unexpected.

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