Vinyl flooring has become a popular choice for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and other high traffic areas. Vinyl flooring has antimicrobial protection which is perfect for households with children or pets. Regular sweeping and the occasional damp mopping is all you need to properly care for vinyl flooring. Many customers prefer vinyl sheet flooring because it is cost-effective, moisture resistant, easy to install, and requires little maintenance.
Vinyl flooring is one of the most durable and affordable flooring options with several styles, surfaces, and textures to choose from. Advanced technology closely mimics real wood, stone, or tile. This is a great option for classic, modern, and contemporary homes. With so many varieties to choose from, our flooring specialists can help you determine what works best for you.
Vinyl Flooring Options
Sheet Vinyl Flooring is ideal for high-moisture areas like the bathroom because they come in pre-cut measurements or rolls without joints or spaces. This keeps moisture and any dirt or soil out. Sheet vinyl flooring is durable and can be made to look like real wood, stone, or tile.
Vinyl Tile Flooring is less expensive than ceramic tile but offers a clean ceramic look. Vinyl tile comes in 12”x12” or 18”x18” squares. Today’s vinyl tile flooring isn’t the peel-and-stick vinyl tile you remember from “back in the day.” Vinyl tile has come a long way since then with strong, professional adhesives on the back and sophisticated styles and textures on the front. You can choose from a variety of different patterns. Since they come in pre-cut squares, replacing damaged or worn tiles is easy.
Vinyl Plank Flooring offers a natural hardwood or stone appearance but is much easier to install and maintain. Vinyl plank flooring typically comes in traditional plank sizes and is great for basements. Vinyl plank does not get cold in the winter and is generally soft beneath your feet.
Vinyl Flooring Installation
With the proper subflooring and installation, vinyl is extremely resistant to dents, scratches, and stains. The right surface preparation allows the vinyl flooring to be installed over any standard under layment, concrete, old ceramic tile, wood, or non-cushioned vinyl flooring.
Denver Carpet & Flooring is committed to providing high-quality flooring products, fast installation, and competitive prices. Our flooring specialists will review your design preferences, functional needs, current flooring type, and advise you on the best-fit vinyl flooring installation. Visit our store or call us to schedule a free estimate. Don’t forget to ask about bringing the shop-at-home experience to you.