Peel and stick vinyl tiles are an excellent DIY flooring option for any medium
foot traffic area where you may need a low cost floor covering. You literally peel the paper off
the back of the vinyl tile, and stick it to the ground in the place you want it.
The only way that the process could be easier would be if the tile peeled and stuck itself - but what would be the fun in that? Available in stone, wood, and checkerboard looks, custom designs can be created with these 12” x 12” tiles to include a splash of color or even a border around the room.
Peel and stick tiles are typically thin and low cost, meaning they aren’t ideal as a permanent flooring solution in a large area that will receive a high amount of foot traffic. If your only concern is money spent and the easiest option possible, these are for you.
In the world of vinyl, luxury tiles have made a huge splash as technologies have
increased and patterns have gotten better looking. There are many different specialty looks
available with quality stone images, durability, and low cost options in a residential product
that haven’t been seen before.
Also known as LVT, luxury vinyl tiles can be mixed and matched in sizes to create unique patterns that replicate actual stone floors. FlooringInc.com has different installation options, including DIY interlocking, perimeter tape loose lay, or glue down for a permanent solution.
Considered by some to be the “best of the best,” luxury engineered vinyl tiles are
known for their extreme durability, attractive vinyl top layer, waterproof high density core,
and they even have added underlayment.
Constructed with an interlocking mechanism, you can install the tiles right over your subfloor (provided that it is clean and flat) without the need for messy adhesives, creating a “floating” floor. Being 100% waterproof, no room is off limits with engineered floating vinyl tiles.
Imagery is in high definition for the most realistic look that mimics natural hardwood or stone. These bad boys might cost a little bit more than a standard tile, but with all of the added benefits and extended warranty, it makes sense why this guy is the cream of the crop.