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Many things have changed significantly since the 1980's, including hairstyles, clothing, music and yes - vinyl tiles. Vinyl floor tiles have gone through some amazing technological advances over the years, including but not limited to the removal of asbestos in the production process and the addition of high definition images that perfectly mimic natural flooring options. Vinyl flooring is a low cost, versatile, durable and high performance material option for many spaces. Vinyl tiles from FlooringInc.com come in a variety of sizes, styles, and installation types. Our luxury vinyl floor tiles feature attractive, high-quality images to closely replicate the look of stone and wood at price points that can fit into any budget. The beauty of vinyl is that it can be installed anywhere (unlike expensive real hardwood) making it a truly versatile flooring product. In the past, popular sizes have been around 12” x 12”, but with the changing trends, tiles have gotten larger (18” x 18”) and even rectangular (18” x 36”). Choosing the right flooring for your application can be a daunting task. Below, we will help you understand a little more about vinyl tile flooring and (hopefully!) help you to make the right choice for your space.
Peel and Stick Vinyl Tiles
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.
COREtec Vinyl Tiles
Considered by some to be the “best of the best”, COREtec 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 vinyl tile, but with all of the added benefits and extended warranty, it makes sense why this guy is the cream of the crop.
Peel and Stick Vinyl Peel and stick installations are exactly that: you cut your tile to fit the space (if needed), peel the paper backing off to reveal the sticky adhesive, and place the tile on the subfloor in place. If you mess up the alignment, pull the tile up again and re-position it correctly, pushing down to ensure the tiles stick securely.
Interlocking Interlocking tiles are specially designed with a tongue and groove connection that fits right into the tile next to it, locking the entire floor together as one, creating a floor that “floats” without any glue.
Loose Lay Loose lay products are quickly becoming all the rage, as they are incredibly easy to install. They are built thicker than typical vinyl tiles, making them durable and less likely to move underfoot. All that is required for these is double sided carpet tape around the perimeter of the room. It doesn't get easier than this!
Glue Down Tiles that are “dry back” and do not have an interlocking system can be glued down for permanent installation to ensure the floor does not move. It is important to choose a pressure sensitive adhesive so that if a mistake is made, the tile can be quickly and easily pulled up and placed into position correctly.
Groutable Groutable vinyl tile is a unique new addition to the flooring world, which provides an attractive porcelain tile look without any of the difficulties that come with maintenance and cleaning. Groutable vinyl floor tiles pull together the look of the entire floor and add a completed look and feel.
- 6 mil is considered “Good” - appropriate for residential use.
- 12 mil is considered “Better” - great for residential and light commercial.
- 20 mil is the “Best” - Commercially rated, high traffic environments. Suitable for the home, but could be overkill.
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