Vinyl

Unmatched quality, durability, and style

Luxurious and durable vinyl in Easthampton, MA

Vinyl is quickly becoming one of the most popular flooring solutions because of its versatility, affordability, and durability. Choose between luxury vinyl tile (LVT), luxury vinyl plank (LVP), and sheet vinyl while enjoying resistance to scratches, dents, stains, and general wear. With vinyl, the sky is the limit!

Types of vinyl

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Luxury Vinyl Tile

This is a variation that is designed to mimic the look of stone or ceramic tiles. They can be installed using grout to perfectly imitate pricier materials.

luxury vinyl plank

Luxury Vinyl Plank

This variation mimics authentic hardwood without the included price tag and maintenance. You'll enjoy its easy upkeep and versatility. 

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Sheet Vinyl

With sheet vinyl, a single cushioned sheet of vinyl is adhered to the subfloor beneath. It's more budget-friendly than LVT and LVP, but it's not quite as authentic in appearance. 

Why vinyl?

When it comes to benefits, vinyl flooring is nearly unmatched. It's waterproof and stain-resistant, making it perfect for bathrooms and kitchens. Additionally, it's comfortable to walk on, and it retains heat well during colder months. 

Vinyl is incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of different ways to create any look you can imagine. It is also much more affordable when compared to hardwood or stone, and it withstands heavy foot traffic without wearing down.

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What is "resilient" flooring?

The term “resilient” is often used to refer to vinyl, even by flooring professionals. However, the two terms are not completely synonymous. Resilient is a catch-all term that refers to several types of flooring including vinyl, cork, rubber and linoleum. All of these materials offer some give or bounce, which is what makes them resilient. Typically, these types of floors are durable, flexible, and inexpensive.

Vinyl FAQs

Have questions about vinyl flooring? Here are some frequently asked questions from our customers!

Does vinyl need to be acclimated before it's installed?

Yes! Be sure to obtain your product at least 48 hours before installation and leave it in the room in which it will be installed. This will allow the planks or tiles to acclimate to your room’s climate. Once installed, luxury vinyl will not expand or contract from moisture.

Can I use a wet mop on my vinyl flooring?

Yes! Most luxury vinyl products are water-resistant, if not waterproof. You can use a wet mop to clean your vinyl floor, but you shouldn't let puddles sit! Standing water could cause damage. Be sure to dry your floors promptly if any puddles occur.

What's the difference between vinyl and linoleum?

Linoleum is a natural product made from linseed oil while vinyl is synthetic. Because of this linoleum is often considered more eco-friendly. Both are available in sheet or tile forms and are considered resilient flooring. 

What do LVT and LVP mean?

These acronyms actually refer to the same thing—just in different forms. Both are luxury vinyl products. LVT stands for luxury vinyl tile, made to look and feel like ceramic or stone tile flooring. LVP stands for luxury vinyl plank, made to look and feel like natural hardwood.

Can I install vinyl over my existing floors?

Yes! New vinyl floors can be installed over existing tile, provided that the surface is secure and smooth. You may first need to level the tile with a special compound, however.

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