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Vinyl Plank Flooring

What is the difference between vinyl and vinyl plank flooring?


Sheet vinyl comes on a large roll, similar to linoleum flooring. It is installed in one big sheet that covers your space, with no visible seams. Plank vinyl flooring comes in a plank style similarly to laminate flooring, and is installed plank by plank to create a natural wood look.

Vinyl is the most popular form of resilient flooring (a category that also includes linoleum and cork) because it's low-maintenance, water-resistant, cost-effective, and long-lasting. It also has the perfect balance of firmness and “give,” meaning it springs a bit when you walk on it for a comfortable feel underfoot.

Placing heavy appliances on top of click-lock vinyl will inhibit the floor from expanding and contracting, resulting in buckling and damaging the locking systems. Heavy furniture on the other hand, is perfectly fine to place on top of this type of vinyl

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Vinyl Plank Tiles
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Characteristics and Benefits

Nowadays technology and processing means that your flooring options are better than ever, with a variety of colors, patterns and textures available in every material.

  • Attractive, impact-resistant and affordable

  • A wide variety of colors as well as a huge choice of patterns and textures

  • Quiet and water-resistant

  • Most of the times waterproof, great for any room, including bathrooms and kitchens

  • Durable, making it an ideal choice for homes with pets or kids

  • Installable over most floors

  • Good for standing due to its shock absorbency's features

  • Available in peel-and-stick vinyl tile for even easier do-it-yourself installation

  • Easy to clean and stain-resistant

  • Available in sheet vinyl that’s pre-cut or cut to length

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