You can completely customize your floor by mixing contrasting colors patchwork style, creating medallions or curved cuts that express your unique vision and personality. Let your imagination run free!
Now, some resilient floors are vinyl but not all vinyl floors are resilient.
However, the most common type of resilient flooring is vinyl, which is why most of the sections in this part of the website are labeled Vinyl.
There are two types of vinyl flooring: sheet vinyl and vinyl composition tiles (VCT).
For our purposes here, and throughout the rest of the sections, we will refer to sheet vinyl simply as vinyl, or vinyl flooring.
These amazing replicas have such incredible realism it is difficult for most people to tell whether it's the real thing or not. Who needs to know, right?
Finally, a note about linoleum, which is not a resilient flooring but the one you probably recall as the original kitchen and bath flooring.
While linoleum, because it is a "natural" flooring material, is enjoying somewhat of a renaissance, the most popular floor covering material in this category is vinyl.
But never fear, we want you to know about linoleum, and cork, rubber and specialty resilient flooring.
Just click on the sub-section called Specialty Products and learn about them.
And don’t forget to explore all the other Vinyl sections for more important information, more exciting, fashionable choices, and a possible flooring solution for the way you live.
In a class all its own, today’s vinyl flooring offers you a wide spectrum of exciting choices and unusual design options. If this product is a possibility for you, then we invite you to explore all the other vinyl sections because…we want you to know!