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We carry a wide selection of linoleum patterns and styles
Linoleum / Vinyl is recognized as one of the most--if not the most--durable of all man-made flooring materials. Linoleum/Vinyl flooring can last for up to 40 years and is scratch and moisture resistant. This natural resistance dramatically reduces the need for constant maintenance and cleaning; the only real cleaning required is the occasional mopping and sweeping, as with any smooth floor surface. It's stain resistant, durable, relatively inexpensive, and comes in a range of designs.
Samples from some of our manufacturers that we carry, click on images for more details. Contact us for more information on any of the products for pricing and availability.
Characteristics of linoleum:
arrow A resilient sheet flooring material.
arrow Ecologically friendly, made of natural materials.
arrow Composed of oxidized linseed oil, powdered cork and wood flour with a burlap (jute) backing.
arrow Water resistant.
arrow Heat- and sound- insulating.
arrow Very durable and flexible.
arrow Typically imitated other flooring materials, including tile, slate, wood planks, parquet, and even carpets.
Characteristics of vinyl:
arrow One of the most distinguishing features of vinyl when compared to linoleum is that vinyl flooring is completely waterproof.
arrow Vinyl flooring is extremely low maintenance, and is considered one of the easiest types of flooring to clean. Sweeping and vacuuming, as well as mopping and wiping the floor will keep it clean – without worrying about it being affected by moisture, mold and mildew.
arrow Vinyl flooring reduces noise and provides comfort underfoot. Vinyl floors have "give" and thus are referred to as "resilient" flooring. In addition, vinyl floors are often slip-resistant, making them a good choice for healthcare applications. The floors can also help to reduce noise in an area.
arrow When compared with alternative materials, vinyl offers an attractive installed cost with economical maintenance over the life of the floor.