To manY, the term “vinyl flooring” evokes childhood memories of the avocado-green floor of grandma’s kitchen. The memories may be warm and fuzzy, but the floor wasn’t necessarily stylish, or even high-quality. Today’s vinyl flooring is a much different story. How so?

It’s durable. Vinyl often beats other surfaces in traffic testing and can withstand anything a busy household can throw at it. It is waterproof and resists mildew, stains, fading and discoloration.

It’s stylish. Vinyl can mimic virtually any type of flooring, like stone, tile and luxurious woods, and there are countless patterns and texture combinations available.

It’s comfortable. Vinyl flooring is softer under foot than surfaces such as tile and stone and does not get as cold in winter.

It’s energy-efficient. Vinyl is the most energy-efficient major plastic. It is largely derived from salt — an abundant and inexpensive resource. Vinyl products consume less energy, generate fewer emissions, and save more energy than many competitive products. And thanks to its low conductivity, vinyl provides high thermal efficiency.

It’s affordable. Vinyl flooring is less expensive than wood or tile. Plus, it’s often composed of recycled materials, which can be easier on your budget.

What’s also great is that vinyl flooring comes in several different forms to fit your needs: sheets, planks and tiles. We offer products by many of the industry’s leading manufacturers, such as COREtec, Mannington and Shaw – but a single web page can’t do justice to the limitless possibilities vinyl flooring can present for your home. Let us show you how with a no-obligation consultation. We love this stuff!