Vinyl floors have been one of the most popular types of flooring for decades, and for good reason, because you won’t find a better all-round option. Here is a brief look at some of the many benefits you will get with a new vinyl floor.
Vinyl is extremely easy to clean, making it a popular option for those who have better things to do than spend hours maintaining their floors. A simple sweep and mop is more than enough to keep it looking good, especially if you do so at least once each week.
You can find vinyl flooring in just about every style, colour and pattern that you can imagine, making it ideal for those looking for something specific to match their interior design. You can even find vinyl that is designed to look like other flooring materials, such as hardwood, slate or marble.
If you need a quality option that won’t break the bank it’s hard to beat vinyl. Not only is vinyl far less expensive than most other flooring solutions, it requires next to no maintenance and even high end vinyl will usually cost less than other flooring materials.
If you plan on installing your new flooring yourself you will love vinyl, as few floors are more suited to a DIY approach. Vinyl is light and easy to handle, you don’t have to install it all at once and you can lay it directly over a subfloor. Even if you have your vinyl floor professionally laid, it will be done a whole lot sooner than most other types of flooring.
Vinyl provides a slightly softer surface than many other floors, particularly when compared to polished concrete, tiles and wood. This will provide a little extra support for those who will spend hours standing or walking on those floors, helping to reduce fatigue, as well as be a more forgiving surface in case of accidents and falls.
A high quality, professionally installed vinyl floor can last upwards of 20 years, making it one of the most durable and resilient flooring options available. Highly resistant to dirt and moisture, vinyl can also withstand heavy loads and can easily stand up to the rigours of high traffic areas.
If you live in a place that gets very hot or cold, vinyl is a great choice. Not only will it resist cooling down on those cold winter mornings, but when the weather warms up during the heat of summer your vinyl floors will help to moderate the temperature.
To get the most out of any space you need a floor that is designed for optimum performance and few flooring options can compare with vinyl. If you have questions about vinyl or need help finding the right flooring solution, contact Aussie Flooring Insights. Our highly trained professionals have years of experience and will be happy to help you find the perfect floor to suit you.