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About Vinyl Flooring

Interested in vinyl flooring for your home or business and curious about the benefits? Explore the possibilities of one of the most popular types of flooring on the market! We’ve got everything you need to know on vinyl flooring – from installation, maintenance advice, and trending styles.


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Vinyl Flooring FAQs

You asked – we answered! Below are the most common questions we get asked about vinyl flooring.

Vinyl Flooring Overview

As technology advances, vinyl flooring can mimic natural wood and stone looks better than ever before. With minimal maintenance, waterproofing, and a resilient surface, vinyl has become one of the leading flooring choices on the market. Popular places people place vinyl are in entryways, playrooms, bedrooms, kitchens, basements, and more.

Luxury Vinyl Flooring Pros and Cons

Benefits of Vinyl Flooring
  • Gorgeous wood and stone looks: Our luxury vinyl planks and tile feature ultra-realistic visuals to suit any room. You’ll have a hard time telling if it’s artificial or not.
  • Waterproof options: Many vinyl floors come with waterproof capabilities, making them the perfect choice for kitchens, bathrooms, or anywhere you have moisture challenges.
  • Easy-to-clean material: Cleaning is simple with vinyl floors. Sweep regularly and damp mop for deeper cleaning.
  • DIY installation options: DIYers, this floor is for you. Several vinyl flooring come with peel-and-stick or click-lock installation to make your project easier.
Disadvantages of Vinyl Flooring
  • Difficult to remove: If you choose a more permanent solution, removal will be more challenging to do. It’s best to consider how long you’ll have vinyl floors in one area and the potential foot traffic beforehand.
  • Not as eco-friendly: Most vinyl floors are manufactured with safer VOC-free materials and can be repurposed later on. However, it’s best to check the individual product specifications for details.
  • Harder to repair: Depending on the vinyl flooring type you choose, it may be harder to repair individual damage spots.

Types of Vinyl Flooring

There are three types of vinyl flooring. All of them have benefits and considerations depending on your placement and desired aesthetic. Explore the possibilities below.

Vinyl Plank Flooring
Vinyl plank flooring, also known as LVP, can offer an inviting and warm feel to any space. With realistic wood grains and textures like hand-scraped and wire-brushed, you’ll find the perfect look to match your aesthetic.
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Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring
Achieve beautiful natural stone-look flooring with luxury vinyl tile (LVT). You’ll find a variety of porcelain and ceramic looks, with all the benefits of traditional vinyl material. Compared to natural stone tile, this flooring is a more budget-friendly alternative.
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Sheet Vinyl Flooring
Homeowners and business owners often use sheet vinyl to cover large spaces. Sheet vinyl tends to be a more affordable option than vinyl planks and tiles when covering more square footage. For commercial projects, vinyl sheets are a leading choice since they’re budget-friendly and easier to install.
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Applications for Every Space

You can install vinyl in several areas of your home and business –from the kitchen to the basement, garage, and even on walls. For increased protection and longevity, you can find commercial-grade vinyl that can withstand the most hectic of environments.

Residential Vinyl Flooring
Luxury vinyl planks and tiles are often used in residential areas. Homeowners of all lifestyles can benefit from having these durable, beautiful, and affordable floors. In terms of real estate, vinyl flooring is a popular choice when flipping houses.
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Commercial Vinyl Flooring
Commercial vinyl is made to withstand heavy foot traffic and is more scratch- and dent-resistant than residential alternatives. Temperamental spaces like commercial kitchens, restaurants, and grocery stores are places you can find vinyl flooring without worrying about water damage.
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Vinyl Flooring for Walls
You can use vinyl floor material for more than just floors. Apply vinyl to your walls for a fun, rustic addition to your living room, kitchen, bedroom, or more.
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Vinyl Flooring Features

Not all vinyl floors are created equal. Some vinyl floors come with added benefits, like waterproofing and attached underlay, that can make your life easier.

Waterproof Vinyl Flooring
If you plan on installing your vinyl flooring in a moisture-prone environment, we recommend going with a 100% waterproof option. Challenging locations like kitchens, laundry rooms, bathrooms, and basements are no longer an issue with 100% waterproof vinyl. Your floors will remain beautiful, dry, and without any damage to the subfloor.
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Vinyl Flooring with Attached Underlay
A perk of our vinyl floors is that many come with an attached underlay. Underlayment is an essential part of installing a vinyl floor, as it helps provide comfort underfoot, sound absorption, and insulation. For minor subfloor irregularities, vinyl flooring with attached underlay may be enough to provide a more even surface feel and look. Consult with a professional for individual installation needs.
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USA-Made Vinyl Flooring
Love supporting US manufacturers? We have various vinyl tiles, planks, and rolls made and shipped here in the USA.
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ADA-Compliant Vinyl Flooring
Having ADA-compliant flooring is essential for wheelchair accessibility. We offer ADA-compliant vinyl planks that are antimicrobial and great for residential and commercial use.
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Anti-Microbial Vinyl Flooring
Have concerns about bacteria? Our anti-microbial vinyl flooring prevents bacteria from growing at the plank surface. Anywhere you want a safe surface for children and animals to play with, our anti-microbial vinyl floor options are a trusted option.
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Vinyl Flooring Trends

Ready to explore today’s trending vinyl flooring? We’ve compiled the hottest looks, colors, layouts, and patterns to give you the ultimate project inspiration.

Trending Vinyl Flooring looks




Trending Vinyl Flooring Colors


Gray Vinyl Flooring
Neutral gray vinyl flooring is a fantastic choice for those who love a low-profile aesthetic. Many contemporary homes feature the gray color within vinyl stone tiles and planks. Gray flooring also provides a neutral backdrop for colorful furniture, decorations, and appliances. You won’t have to worry about clashing tones.
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High Variation Vinyl Flooring
High variation vinyl flooring can give you a bold, multi-dimensional wood look. If you want a natural, rustic look, high-variance vinyl plank flooring provides all the inconsistencies of genuine wood to do just that.
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Dark Wood Vinyl Flooring
Deep, rich-colored vinyl flooring is a classy way to upgrade your home’s appearance. It’s a popular choice for living rooms and large spaces. In addition, modern farmhouse interiors often use dark wood flooring to offset stark white walls for a bold statement.
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Whitewashed Vinyl Flooring
Whitewashed vinyl is one of the hottest colors to choose from. It compliments a wide range of aesthetics, most popularly used in farmhouse-style kitchens and West Coast-themed interiors. You can achieve a crisp, cool, and relaxed environment with this lighter flooring color.
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Trending Vinyl Flooring Layouts and Patterns

Wide Plank Vinyl Flooring
Ulta-wide vinyl plank flooring can visually expand any room in your home and provides a less busy look. As the wide plank trend continues to soar in popularity, it may soon become a household classic.


Mixed-Width Vinyl Flooring
Adding planks with different widths to your floor makes your home look modern and unique, drawing attention when you find something unexpected. Mixed-width floor patterns are increasingly popular in contemporary-style homes.


Chevron Vinyl Flooring
Are you searching for a unique floor layout? The chevron pattern creates a seamless zig-zag appearance. DIY installation couldn’t get any easier, as many luxury vinyl tiles now offer the chevron pattern preprinted on the surface.

Vinyl vs. Laminate Flooring: What’s the Difference?

How does vinyl flooring compare to laminate? While both are durable and affordable wood-look floors, the two are built differently and contain different features.

  • Application: Vinyl flooring can go anywhere, including bathrooms, kitchens, and basements. However, we do not recommend all laminates for moisture-prone areas.
  • Moisture resistance: Vinyl material is 100% waterproof from bottom to top, whereas laminate is water-resistant from top to bottom and can still be damaged if sitting in water for a long time.
  • DIY-friendly: Both vinyl and laminate are DIY-friendly. However, for the glue-down method, we recommend a professional installer for both vinyl and laminate.
  • Resilient: Overall, vinyl and laminate are both resilient floor options. By purchasing vinyl flooring with a thicker wear layer, you can better mitigate the scrapes and scratches that often appear with everyday wear and tear. Laminate is an equally great choice but can be damaged a bit easier if it is not waterproof.
Learn how laminate and vinyl differ in their superpowers, which floor is more pet friendly, and which is the best choice for resale with this in-depth guide.

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Vinyl vs. Linoleum Flooring: Which is Better?

Wait, linoleum and vinyl aren’t the same? While the styles of the old days may have looked similar, today’s vinyl products look far different from the old-school linoleum. But looks aren’t everything – these two floors are constructed differently and will perform differently.

  • Application: Vinyl comes with more style and color options and will not fade over time, unlike linoleum.
  • Use: Linoleum is not recommended for moisture-prone areas, whereas many options in vinyl flooring are 100% waterproof, making it an excellent floor for any room of the house.
  • Maintenance: Vinyl flooring is low maintenance, requiring no more than a basic cleaning. On the other hand, linoleum flooring needs additional polishing to keep floors looking fresh.
  • Comfort: Both linoleum and vinyl flooring offer a comfortable surface for joints, compared to a hard floor surface, like tile. Also, both options feature insulating and sound absorbent properties.
Learn the difference between linoleum vs. vinyl flooring in this in-depth guide.

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