Vinyl flooring is a popular choice right now. It's versatile, comes in a variety of colors, textures, and sizes, and is fairly easy to install.
If you want the look of hardwood floors, but want something a bit more durable and quieter, vinyl flooring is a great option. Vinyl planking can be engineered to mimic the look and texture of wood but has some advantages over the engineered wood products.
Vinyl flooring is water-resistant and scratch-resistant, making it popular with families. Many families with pets or small children enjoy the fact that an accidental spill or some scratches from pet nails or play won't totally destroy vinyl flooring like it could some other choices.
In fact, vinyl flooring is so durable that many manufacturers will offer a 25-year warranty or better â€“ some even offering lifetime warranties. If properly installed and maintained, it can last your family for many years.
Vinyl flooring is durable, but it's also easy to maintain. It doesn't require any special detergents or sealers, and can be easily vacuumed, swept, and mopped with a mild detergent. Many families like vinyl planking because it is so easy to clean. It's perfect for entryways, kitchens, bathrooms, and any other room in the house.
Some people like vinyl better because it's a quieter option than some other types of flooring. It's a softer material than wood or stone, which makes footsteps and echoing not as much of an issue as it could be with stone or hardwood.
Another advantage to vinyl flooring is that installation can be a doable DIY for many people. No special tools or adhesives are necessary, and the vinyl planking is manufactured with a tongue and groove that makes it easy to click together and float on a thin foam-rubber layer.