Vinyl Plank Flooring
Achieve the look of real timber with flooring set for low maintenance living, vinyl flooring is hardwearing, hygienic and easy to clean.
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What is vinyl flooring?
Enjoying a new lease on life, trending vinyl flooring is made from 100 percent synthetic material which is water and stain resistant and a popular choice for use in kitchens and bathrooms due to being impervious to water and highly durable.
While large, flexible vinyl sheeting has been popular for many years and is still an option in a range of natural looks, interlocking strips of vinyl planking is gaining popularity for use throughout the home due to its affordability and realistic high-end luxury timber-look finish.
What are the pros and cons of vinyl flooring?
Vinyl planks offer the visual contemporary appeal of trending timber floating floors for a fraction of the cost of real timber, laminate or hybrid flooring. The finishes are realistic, durable and will withstand the demands of active family living. The result is a stylish, hardwearing, easily cleaned on-trend, affordable floor with the added bonus of no shrinkage or expanding issues.
Luxury vinyl sheets also offer a seamless stone-effect design as an alternative to the timber-look finish as well as the look of a tiled floor. This versatile flooring product has wide appeal for its ability to deliver a range of designer looks which are budget-friendly.
While the pros far outweigh the cons, vinyl flooring isn’t the most environmentally-friendly flooring option on the market. It isn’t biodegradable and is constructed from 100 percent synthetic materials. Some vinyls may not have a surface layer quite as tough as other products, so very heavy or sharp objects may cause damage.
How should I choose the vinyl flooring for my home?
The best people to consult about the wide variety of vinyl flooring options for your home are the helpful and experienced experts at your nearest Carpet Court store. These owner-operators have in-depth knowledge about all the different flooring products on the market today, and are able to ask all the right questions about your home environment, sub-floor structure and family lifestyle in order to determine which vinyl flooring – or alternative – is the ideal product for your home.
To find your closest Carpet Court store click here then go along to chat with the team and see and feel a great visual display of all the vinyl flooring options available.
Which rooms of the house would vinyl flooring be best?
Vinyl is a great flooring option for any room in the house. Its water-resistant properties means it will stand up to quite a lot of moisture, although like any fixed or floating flooring product you wouldn’t want to drench it repeatedly!
Hardwearing luxury vinyl sheets and vinyl plank flooring products are solid performers, so you can safely lay vinyl in your kitchens and bathrooms. They are the ideal flooring products to provide a continuous, seamless timber or stone flooring look throughout the entire home without breaking the bank!
What are the available varieties of vinyl flooring at Carpet Court?
Carpet Court’s stunning range of vinyl floors range from vinyl plank products such as those in the Home Sweet Home, Visions, Burke and Wills and Polaris collections, amongst others, through to the Vinyl Sheet collection with both stone and woodgrain designs.
Woodgrain designs in vinyl planks replicating natural Australian hardwoods such as Blackbutt, Spotted Gum, Oak, Ash and Manuka feature strongly in Carpet Court’s range, while the variety of colours include both warm and cool tones in rich earthy textures incorporating pale greys to lustrous and vibrant rich, dark chocolatey tones.
Whatever your home interior style, there is a vinyl plank or vinyl sheet option to not just suit, but enhance your décor.
Check out the luxurious Vinyl Sheet range ideal for both residential and commercial premises, where clever design meets practical affordability for the ultimate in tough luxury flooring. The Vinyl Sheet collection encompasses woodgrain plank effects, replicated floor tile designs in selected patterns and a continuous stone look in a choice of natural colours.