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Vinyl Flooring Is Your Answer If You Want Something Resilient
Have you been searching for quality, resilient flooring for your home or business? If so, we believe we have the solution with our vinyl flooring. Vinyl flooring allows for customers to select from a variety of designs and styles, each of which are resistant to moisture spills and requires little maintenance to keep it looking new.
Types of Vinyl Flooring
In general, there are three types of vinyl flooring to choose from, each of which our professionals can install. The three types of vinyl include plank, tile and sheet. Below is a description of each of these vinyl floor options:
Plank vinyl flooring is typically manufactured in four or six inch wide planks, and usually spans a length of four feet. These planks often resemble hardwood flooring; however, is much more simple to both install and maintain.
Vinyl tile flooring is manufactured in 12 to 18 inch squares with great thickness to give your floors a unique appearance. Customers have the option to choose from a variety of patterns. These vinyl tiles are precisely cut, which makes them easy to replace if they do break.
Vinyl sheet goods come in six to 12 foot widths, which come either in rolls or can be cut to specific measurements. Installed with an adhesive or loose laid, there are many options for customers to choose from, and are ideal for high-moisture areas.
When our customers choose from any of these options, they are never disappointed with the final look of the product, easy maintenance, and the quick installation process. For this reason, vinyl flooring is one of the best options for any homeowner, especially for those living in Michigan’s humid environment.
Vinyl flooring allows for little maintenance to keep flooring looking brand new for years. It requires no wax and can be cleaned by a simple sweep and occasional mopping. Any spills that occur can easily be cleaned with a sweep of a damp cloth.