What are the different types of vinyl?
Vinyl plank flooring is designed to give your floors the appearance of hardwood floors without the cost. Vinyl planks also provide more stain resistance and durability than traditional hardwood planks.
Vinyl tile flooring consists of individual squares of various size that, when assembled, give the appearance of stone tile. One of the benefits of having individual tiles is that they’re easier to replace when one is damaged. You can also use the vinyl tiles to arrange a pattern.
Vinyl sheet flooring is a single roll of flooring usually 6 to 12 feet wide. Vinyl sheet limits the number of seams and is also great for high-moisture areas like bathrooms and kitchens.
Vinyl flooring is also offered with three different types of wear surfaces:
1. Vinyl No Wax
3. Enhanced Urethane.
Vinyl no wax is an entry-level surface that offers some resistance to scuffs and stains. Urethane is more durable and low maintenance compared to vinyl no wax and has more resistance to black heel marks and most household chemicals.