Vinyl flooring has tons of benefits. It comes in a large selection of styles and an affordable price point which makes it a beautiful and practical flooring option for any home or office. We are going to highlight a few of top features of vinyl.
This type of flooring is super easy to clean and maintain. As far as cleaning your vinyl plank and keeping it tip top, it doesn’t get much easier than this. It is (without a doubt) among the easiest floors to keep clean. You simply sweep to make sure that the dirt and grit are removed from the surface and mop with warm water and a mild detergent. This is more than enough to keep vinyl looking brand new, for years to come. If you see a stain, just use a damp mop with an approved vinyl floor cleaner to remove them.
When vinyl is installed correctly, it is almost impossible for water to penetrate. This is because the planks themselves are waterproof, and when the installation is done by a professional, water is never an issue. This makes it a great option for areas that get wet easily like bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms. This is a nice feature because you now have the look of hardwood in areas that you normally wouldn’t.
By design, vinyl plank is much softer to walk on than many other flooring options out there. It has a level of ‘bounce’ that absorbs impact as you walk. It’s also a lot less cold on your feet as well. This may not seem like a big deal, but this can make a significant difference to your overall comfort on cold nights and early mornings. This is by far the more stable in terms of temperature in comparison to tile and timber floors.
When professionally installed and maintained, vinyl flooring can last for a very long time. One of the best aspects is they are scratch resistant. Moreover, vinyl planks are extremely durable while still remaining pliable and resistant to damage. vinyl flooring will not chip, crack or splinter over time. Period. If you need to replace a vinyl plank, you can simply remove it with out having to remove the entire floor unlike carpet, hardwood, or tile.
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