Vinyl Flooring & Installation

Vinyl tiles are available in a huge assortment of colors and styles, with some designs even mimicking the look of stone tiles or wood planks. While you can notice the difference up close, it can be hard to tell from afar the floor is vinyl.

“I called the store to inquire about pricing for vinyl floors for a rental home. My old tenant completely destroyed a good carpet I had in the house. I was recommended a few colors and brands of vinyl and after visiting the store I found something I really liked. I think it’s called Libra. Hoping my new tenants enjoy this floor as much as I do, but for sure it won’t end up ruined like the carpet did!”
Aron D.

Aron D.

“I recently used Millennium to replace the floor in my 1000 sq ft condo – I went from 4 different types of ugly flooring in one house to one seamless look and I love it! Stefan was really patient with me throughout my bouts of indecision, and was always willing to draw up an updated quote or provide samples when I changed my mind about materials, thresholds, you name it. I ended up going with wood-look plank vinyl as I was concerned about value, durability, and the stability of my foundation being on the third floor, and it looks great and modern – just as if I had gray wood floors done. I am very happy with my new floors, and ashamed it took me so long to get around to having them done!”

Maria L.

Maria L.

Benefits of Vinyl Floors

  • Vinyl flooring provides a slightly softer surface than options like tile, because the product is backed with a thin layer of foam underlayment. The soft layer results in the floor having a little more flexibility and give, which makes it easier to stand on for long periods of time.
  • Vinyl also wears incredibly well. It is extremely durable, with many manufacturers backing their products with warranties of 15 years or more. In truth, a well-installed and properly maintained vinyl floor can last for well over 20 years
  • Vinyl flooring is very resistant to dirt and water, and it’s one of the few flooring types that can be installed directly over the subfloor—or over a previous vinyl, tile or linoleum installation—without requiring demolition first. It is also one of the best choices for installing on a floor with a lot of cracks or excessive movement.
  • As far as cleaning and maintenance goes, vinyl is hard to beat. Requiring practically no maintenance after installation, vinyl needs to just be swept and mopped occasionally to keep the floor clean.
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