This is truly a versatile flooring material. Thanks to the many styles and designs available, you will find a look that complements each and every room in your home. For instance, if you love the look of natural resources, you’ll find vinyl sheet goods that look very much like solid hardwood, tile, natural stone and more. However, if you like more unique looks, you’ll be impressed by the geometric and checkerboard patterns that can add flair and pizzazz to bedrooms and living areas.
Vinyl flooring is also a great addition to bathrooms, laundry rooms, and kitchens, because of the water resistance. The lack of seams in most average sized rooms is a huge plus for this reason, as it leaves no space for water to soak in and cause damage. So spills can sit longer and cause no damage at all.No seams also means this floor is easy to clean up, no matter the mess. If you have a mop and a broom, you’ll be able to keep these floors looking like new.
Sheet vinyl from years ago was known as the “bargain bin” flooring choice, and the quality and durability often followed suit. However, thanks to today’s new technology, that is no longer the case. A protective wear layer is added to the top of this flooring that gives it much more durability than ever before. In fact, you’re less likely to see scratches, scuffs and everyday wear and tear, for many years to come.